Guide to Facilities Management

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-07-15
  • Publisher: Spon Press

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This new textbook offers a comprehensive introduction to the study of facilities management, covering both the physical and human requirements of the workspace environment. The authors consider both the theoretical aspects of the discipline and offer a guide to applications in practice. The emphasis is on facilities management as a professional management discipline. With clear and accessible descriptions of all the key aspects of facilities management, heavily supported and illustrated with case studies from the public and private sectors, this new textbook will form the basis for learning for a wide range of students and professionals. Comprehensive introduction to the study of facilities management Based on courses taught at a leading department of building management Provides practical guidance and case studies throughout

Table of Contents

Introduction and principles Strategic role and the management of change
The process of facilities management
Procurement systems and financial control
Performance management and monitoring
Design and operation of the workplace
Human performance and response
Environmental management
Risk management
Knowledge management
Asset management
Strategic property management
Property management and practice
Business continuity and support
Future developments and trends
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