#IFMAFMCC #WorldFMDay 2015 Recap/Recording Session 3 – Asia & Pacific: “The Importance of Leadership in Facilities & Asset Management – FMCC Panel Discussion”
Wednesday, June 10th, 2015
Recorded on June 09, 2015
A pdf-download of the presentation slides is available here
World FM Day 2015
Virtual Conference by IFMA’s FM Consultants Council ‘Building Resilience for the Future’
“The Importance of Leadership in Facilities & Asset Management – FMCC Panel Discussion”
by Val Moraes, CFM, MBA (New Zealand), Adam Fang, FMP (China), Graham Constable (Australia)
Date: June 10th, 2015
Time: 3:00 – 4:15 pm Chinese Standard Time (Shanghai) = 7:00 – 8:15 am UTC
- Val Moraes, CFM, MBA, President Elect FMCC, Global Liaison South Asia FMCC & Director GregMore Group (New Zealand)
- Adam Fang，FMP, Associate Director at DTZ (China)
- Graham Constable, BSc, MBA, PVM (Australia)
All too often the FM practitioner is more focused on tactical and operational matters rather than the leadership focus required to understand and support a corporate vision and business goals. Also within asset management it isn’t just good enough to define an asset management strategy that is divorced from a corporate vision and importantly therefore does not involve a degree of organisational development and change on the part of the client/parent organisation.
Val Moraes, CFM, MBA
Val Moraes CFM is the Managing Director of GregMore Group, a Facilities Management Consultancy based in Auckland, New Zealand.
He has more than 25 years of Facilities Management experience in various countries including India, Australia and New Zealand. His past experience includes senior FM roles with Super deluxe Hotels (Oberoi Group), High Rise Commercial Buildings (Colliers International) and Supermarkets (Progressive/Woolworths Australia) besides large Corporates.
He holds a Graduate Certificate in Building Management (GCBM) and a certificate in Project Management from Victoria University, Wellington.
He is also the first New Zealander to be accepted as a Certified Facilities Manager (CFM) from International Facilities Management Association, (IFMA).
Besides being one of the Founding Fathers and Foundation Board Member of Facilities Management Association of New Zealand (FMANZ), he is also the Immediate Past Chair and currently sits on the FMANZ Board besides representing the association at Global FM.
Val is an Accredited Professional for Green Star rating of Buildings in New Zealand (GSNZAP).
Adam Fang, Associate Director, COE Head of PFM department for Greater China at DTZ since November, 2013. Adam has rich experiences in the field of Facilities Management operations, process reengineering, MEP and assets management, etc.
Before joining DTZ, Adam served as Facilities Engineer at Synergis Facility Management and then Account Manager for EXPO (Aden Services), ExxonMobil and DBS (JCI) respectively since 2005. From the years of FM practicing and experiencing, Adam has learnt and managed solid series of operational processes and procedures, case and root cause analysis, industrial benchmarking and customer services, etc. that made him a vocational facility manager in the field.
Adam’s majors are in Thermal Power HVAC & Refrigeration at Shanghai Maritime University and English literature at Shanghai Foreign Language University respectively.
Graham Constable, BSc, MBA, PVM is a freelance consultant working in asset and facilities management, value management, change, facilitation and mentoring. Based in Sydney Australia, he offers clients proven competence in strategic and operational asset and facilities management gained over many years in operational leadership and consulting roles in the UK, Europe and Australia. He undertakes in-depth tactical and strategic analyses of clients’ asset and facilities management regimens transposing the results into viable and durable strategic plans and operational models that are aligned with and support client business goals. He focuses on operational readiness and continuous improvement specialising in change, developing and improving the performance of individuals and integrated teams.
He is also a certified value management (VM) practitioner with the Institute of Value Management completing strategic and tactical VM Work Studies for clients.
Graham has co-authored and had published a book on ‘Leadership & Team Building in Primary Care’. He is studying for his CFM accreditation and for a CoreNet certification in Core Fundamentals of Corporate Real Estate.
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