Month: February 2016

Moneyball – Applying it to Facilities Management by Chris Payne

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

In 2002, the US baseball world was forever changed by the success of the Oakland Athletics team. With a salary bill of 41 million dollars (US) – compared to 125 million dollars (US) paid by the New York Yankees – the Oakland team got comparable results to some of the biggest teams in major league… Read the full article »

Top 5 Ways to Reduce Fall Hazard Risk by Kevin Wilcox

Thursday, February 4th, 2016

Fall protection is a complex and challenging safety issue. But, there are five primary techniques that have demonstrated the most impact on reducing fall hazard risk in Facilities Management. While there are certainly other aspects to a successful fall protection program, employing these five principles has proven to reduce risk.

Talent Management in the Built Environment: A Strategy for Competitive Advantage by Olumide Aina

Monday, February 1st, 2016

FMCC member Olumide S. Ania  has completed the newest FMCC white paper “Talent Management in the Built Environment: A Strategy for Competitive Advantage”.   FMCC White Paper Talent Management in the Built Environment Olumide Aina MFM, MNSE, MBIFM: Vice Chair BIFM Abuja & Principal Facilities Manager at Ora Egbunike & Associates, Nigeria