Month: January 2014
I know what you’re thinking, “What’s a facility guy doing writing about architecture?” “I thought architects and facility managers are supposed to be enemies…” While the two professions have typically collided in the past, trends in our industry are thrusting our two worlds back together – and shouldn’t they be? When you take a step […]
There has been much talk about the exodus of the Baby Boomer generation (born 1946 to 1964) from the workforce, especially as more and more retire – estimated at a rate of 10,000 per day. The resulting impact and stress it will create on businesses and productivity has many worried about the economy and inability […]
As you may discern from some of my other articles, I am a staunch proponent for education and continually broadening our understanding and skill sets for managing the built environment. Given we don’t know what we don’t know, I believe it is incumbent upon us as facility professionals to always be learning and improving our […]
I have to admit I am not one for establishing New Year’s resolutions; however, I do think the New Year does bring about the opportunity to review the successes and failures of the last year and to preview how lessons learned may be applied to address the new challenges that this year has in store […]
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John Rimer, CFM is president of FM360, LLC and has over 20 years’ facility management experience in a variety of capacities and industries. He uses his breadth of knowledge and diverse expertise to provide a comprehensive perspective to his clients and students. John has implemented and managed facility programs for companies, such as Intel, Microsoft, JP Morgan […]