An agile athlete is usually able to compete in many sports, not just their preferred focus. Equally, a skilled and nimble musician can find common ground with more than one genre of playing. Within business, agility is important, now more than ever. Work machines and
Over the last decade, there have been monumental changes in the workplace. Technology is now an integral part of virtually everything we do. Our workforce is no longer comprised of one generation, but rather four very unique and different generations. Competition is at an all-time
For a majority of the population, the word circulation takes us back to Middle School Science class, where we learned about the circulatory system and how blood moves through the human body. For architects, designers, and real estate brokers, however, the word takes on a
The business landscape has always been in a constant state of evolution. As CREs learn more and more about what drives their workforce, management teams have been able to simplify processes and create an environment that supports employees on both a collective and individual level.
In the past, the office was simply viewed as a place employees visited from nine to five. The design was generic, with drab colors, fluorescent lighting, and cubicles separating employees from each other. Workers showed up, did their individual jobs, and went home, with little
“Design for culture” has become a popular topic of conversation in the business community. Organizations of every size are learning that the culture they foster effects every facet of the business, trickling all the way down to the bottom line. But, what exactly does “design
As of last year, Millennials represent the largest and most unique generation in the workforce. By 2020, they are expected to make up at least 50% of the entire working population. While employee engagement for each generation is critical, these numbers signify an immediate need
Today’s facilities manager is tasked with the complex job of transforming the workplace into a space that supports the workforce, as well as long-term organizational goals. As the business landscape becomes increasingly more complicated and a fourth generation of employees enters the workforce, the FM’s