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WorkPlace Now - FM Trends for 2014 | Johnson Controls Inc.

WorkPlace Now - FM Trends for 2014 | Johnson Controls Inc. | FM Trends | Scoop.it
“ 7 facility management trends for 2014 http://t.co/aiOmS5Pj9C”
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Asset & Facilities Management Predictions for 2014

Asset & Facilities Management Predictions for 2014 | FM Trends | Scoop.it
For many within the services sectors now is the time to look ahead and explore how new advancements in FM can create efficiencies and competitive adva...
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WorkPlace Now: Workplace Motion smart analytics on workplace utilization

WorkPlace Now: Workplace Motion smart analytics on workplace utilization | FM Trends | Scoop.it

Over the last 10 years, the Johnson Controls Global WorkPlace Solutions (GWS) Workplace Strategy team has analyzed more than 200,000 workstations and knows that only 49 percent of office desks are in use at any one time during standard office hours. With the adoption of flexible working, this is a figure that is fast in decline.


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MITIE predicts sea change for FM : Daily News from i-FM.net

MITIE predicts sea change for FM : Daily News from i-FM.net | FM Trends | Scoop.it
MITIE predicts sea change for FM - The facilities management industry will change dramatically over the next ten years as clients increasingly look to FM for advice on business operations.
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Nine Steps Help Manage Change in an FM Department - Facilities Management Facilities Management Feature

Nine Steps Help Manage Change in an FM Department - Facilities Management Facilities Management Feature | FM Trends | Scoop.it
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The Future of Facility Management - AutomatedBuildings.com (press release)

The Future of Facility Management - AutomatedBuildings.com (press release) | FM Trends | Scoop.it
The Future of Facility Management
AutomatedBuildings.com (press release)
Dr. Gordon Moore, a co-founder of Intel, observed in 1965 that the density of silicon chips doubled every two years since their invention in 1958.
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