It is widely accepted that staff are an organisation’s most expensive resource. Physical assets are regularly maintained, If staff are an organisation’s most expensive resource then their value must be appreciated and an organisation must invest in their ‘maintenance’ to ensure they operate at full strength. Continue reading
In the last 400 years we have used up 400million years worth of deposited fuels. The Government is committed to raising £1billion through the Carbon Tax and we are all going to have to pay it whether we choose renewable energy sources or not but they are also giving incentives for introducing microgeneration using solar wind and hydro power. How can we benefit? Continue reading
Whatever method you decide upon to benchmark your products or services the key is to ensure you benchmark like with like or, as we always say:
Apples with Apples, not Crab-apples!
Is attending conferences a useful investment of time and Money? It is certainly a good way of networking but what are the other benefits? Continue reading
The ‘new’ Facilities Management training courses launched by the ILM in 2009 and the BIFM in 2010 are slowly but surely beginning to make an impact within the Facilities Management industry as a whole. Continue reading