Evaluating RFP’s Canadian Facility Management & DesignMichel identifies the key steps you should follow to effectively evaluate your RFP results, including evaluating the submission, using pricing submissions for analysis, assessing references effectively and preparing for presentations.
Succeed with RFP’s Canadian Facility Management & Design Michel’s article shows you how to get better results from your Request For Proposals (RFP’s),
Serving Up Quality Building Operating Management In an IFMA research report, 78% surveyed said that getting the right service was the No.1 issue for outsourcing.
Re-Engineering Enterprise Magazine Michel contributed a key article to this issue on using Outsourcing to implement re-engineering – getting results quicker and easier than a tricky re-engineering project.
Scent Free Workplace Canadian Property Management Michel was interviewed and quoted in this November 2006 issue for an article on Scent-Free policies and awareness programs.
While cost savings remain one of the initial reasons companies hire an outsourcing company to provide managed services for non-core elements of their business, flexibility quickly becomes one of the most evident benefits. The flexibility comes from the secondary reasons companies use managed services: to focus on their core business, access to resources, world-class business…
Real Estate costs money, and money is the bottom line for any company. Facilities Managers who recognize this fact are in a better position to raise the profile of the Facilities department and contribute to the success of the company by accurately establishing facility related costs and positioning the information for better corporate decisions.
There is a growing trend to implement effective performance measurement systems and frameworks (KPI’s and SLA’s) for subcontracted and outsourced functions, but very few organizations measure their internal services with the same tools. You turn to outsourcing because you are not getting results, but how much effort have you put into measuring internal results and…
Building a career means more than simply doing a good job for your employer. It also means getting involved in associations that represent your industry. Associations can bring a great deal of value to your career and your job, ultimately benefiting your employer at the same time.
An association like IFMA can add a great deal of value both to your personal career and to the job you do. The key is to become an active member.