• Lessons learnt from moves and refurbs
• What needs to be taken into consideration in the planning stage?
• What should you have on your move checklist?
• What will be FMs biggest challenges in managing workplaces of the future?
• What will employees expect from their workplace in the future?
• Will there continue to be an increase in non-traditional spaces?
Facility Management is digitising, fuelled by IT innovations that were often developed for other purposes but now are gradually finding their way into the profession.
For one, the digitisation trend for FM materialises in what is often referred to as ‘Smart Buildings’.
In this session, we will discuss how Schneider Electric and Planon apply principles of IoT, analytics and decision automation to create smart business approaches to smart buildings.
This session will explore how Chiswick Park has encouraged and improved productivity in the workplace by focusing on the 6 components of wellbeing: Mental, physical, social, environmental, financial and emotional.
We will discuss how they have created a productive environment as well as encouraging more work productivity by exploring the following:
Outside space/meeting area
• What does flexible working look like? Can everyone be agile?
• What are the biggest challenges when implementing flexible working?
• How does flexible working change the culture of your workplace?
• Does flexible working improve productivity?
Facilities and Property Portfolio Managers managing diverse property portfolios, identifying credible hazards and threats to their properties and developing appropriate mitigation responses can be a challenge. Hazards and threats in the urban environment evolve, which requires a constant re-evaluation of the management and response to the risks posed to property portfolios. By developing and deploying a structured property portfolio risk register, managers can identify and record a range of hazards and threats, e.g., adverse weather or crime, that have the potential to affect the operation of their property portfolio or the safety and security of their staff, tenants or third parties. A structured risk register can be used to enhance managers’ strategic and operational decision-making, inform and underpin an estate-level business continuity programmes and security strategy and support the business case for new or improved mitigations to reduce identified risks to the property portfolio.
• The value and benefits of developing and developing a property portfolio risk register for facilities managers and property portfolio managers.
• Techniques for developing a structured property portfolio risk register.
• Turning theory into practice: A case study.
• How will Brexit impact FM?
• What will happen to existing workers?
• How will the skills gap be affected?