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Title: Global Trends in Facilities Management


1
Global Trends in Facilities Management
  • APPAs Top Ten Critical Issues for the Global
    Facilities Profession

Polly Pinney APPA Immediate Past
President Executive Director, Facilities
Management Arizona State University October 2010
- HEFMA
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APPAs Purpose
  • TRANSFORMATIONAL
  • To elevate educational facilities professionals
    into influential leaders who, in turn, create
    inviting supportive learning environments,
    which increases the professions credibility

3
APPAs Role
  • Increase awareness of facilities profession with
    senior institutional officers
  • Establish industry standards guidelines
  • Identify effective innovative practices
  • Equip facilities professionals with the tools
    resources for increased effectiveness
  • Enhance professional development opportunities
  • Hence, Leadership in Educational Facilities

4
Megatrends the EducationEnterprise
  • Changing student demographics
  • Access and efficiency
  • Technology
  • Accountability
  • Green and lean

5
Facility ProfessionalsMust Remain and/or Become
  • Flexible adaptable
  • Creative innovative
  • Efficient effective

6
Amidst Such CHALLENGES as
  • Weakened overall economy
  • Reduced State support
  • Financial shortfalls/Endowments impacted
  • Budget cuts future funding issues
  • Major travel cutbacks restrictions
  • Increased enrollments (at most institutions)

7
Resultant Impact
  • Increased stress on
  • Your infrastructure
  • Your systems
  • Your personnel
  • Your time

8
Requiring
  • An increased body of knowledge
  • New competencies and skills
  • More effective and innovative practices
  • The need for organizational leadership
  • Hence, a highly educated and technically
    trained workplace

9
  • Which way do you turn?
  • Where do you focus your attention?
  • APPAs Top Ten Critical Issues for the Global
    Facilities Profession is one beginning point!

10
Global Trends in Facilities Management
  • Adjusting to the new sustainability reality
  • Developing an institutional vision of
    sustainability
  • Creating a leadership role for facilities
    managers in addressing sustainability
  • Confronting economic challenges
  • Fixing broken budget models

11
Global Trends in Facilities Management
(continued)
  • Managing rising energy costs and energy
    volatility
  • Engaging the campus to address energy challenges
  • Managing space
  • Prioritizing renewal needs
  • Meeting the challenges of workforce development

12
Adjusting to the New Sustainability Reality
  • The Issue
  • Adjust to sustainability as a permanent way of
    doing business
  • Strategies
  • A long term shift in the culture
  • The campus as a proving ground
  • Leverage sustainability efforts

13
Developing an InstitutionalVision of
Sustainability
  • The Issue
  • Develop a vision of sustainability that drives
    decision-making.
  • Strategies
  • Define sustainability
  • Set specific goals, establish metrics, measure
    progress
  • Short-term actions support long-term vision

14
Creating a Leadership Role for Facilities
Managers in Addressing Sustainability
  • Strategies
  • Provide education, skills, leadership abilities
  • Communicate the value
  • Leverage existing facilities operations
  • The Issue
  • Facilities managers need to take leadership
    roles.

15
Confronting EconomicChallenges
  • Strategies
  • Set realistic expectations
  • Leverage sustainability
  • Incorporate total cost of ownership into
    decision-making
  • Engage legislators/
  • decision-makers
  • The issue
  • Maintain forward momentum

16
Fixing Broken Budget Models
  • Strategies
  • Consider the unintended consequences
  • Provide incentives for long-term thinking
  • Utilize TCO approach
  • Evaluate needs holistically
  • The issue
  • The finance/budgeting model fails to encourage
    long-term, comprehensive thinking

17
Managing Rising Energy Costsand Energy Volatility
  • The issue
  • Adapt/develop strategies that reduce the risk of
    energy price volatility
  • Strategies
  • Consider more creative strategies
  • Include the cost of CO2 emissions in campus
    growth energy decisions
  • Stay current on legislative discussions

18
Engaging The Campus ToAddress Energy Challenges
  • The issue
  • The entire campus must be mobilized
  • Strategies
  • Leverage student faculty advocacy
  • Make energy use personal
  • Implement energy conservation in all areas
  • Offer incentives

19
Managing Space
  • The issue
  • Make more responsible and energy-conscious use of
    the built environment
  • Strategies
  • Rethink space management
  • Create clear standards policies
  • Create metrics to measure space utilization

20
Prioritizing Renewal Needs
  • The issue
  • Consider backlog of renewal in light of
    sustainability and increase the priority for
    upgrade of inefficient structures
  • Strategies
  • Advocate for renewal of outdated buildings
  • Include sustainability as a factor in facility
    assessments
  • Develop criteria to determine which buildings are
    not worth saving

21
Meeting The Challenge ofWorkforce Development
  • The issue
  • Confront workforce development issues to be
    prepared for these inevitable challenges
  • Strategies
  • Assess the impact of the recession
  • Help current staff adjust to change
  • Develop strategies to bring in new skills
  • Create a knowledge transfer system

22
Facilities Departments Can Contribute to
Improving Sustainability
  • Must play a central role in green projects
  • Already understand energy building issues
  • Can provide information, insight perspective to
    campus leaders
  • Understand the campus as a whole (system)

23
Leadership ChangeManagement Skills are
Essential
  • new and more effective leadership is
    required. The broad impact of facilities on
    future organizational success provides an
    unprecedented opportunity for facilities
    professionals and also new skill expectations.

24
COLLABORATION IS THE NEON SIGN FOR SUCCESS!
25
Thank YOU!
  • For more information on APPAs programs,
    products, and services visit our website at
    www.APPA.org

26
Questions? Discussion! Polly Pinney APPA
Immediate Past President Executive Director,
Facilities Management Arizona State
University Polly.Pinney_at_asu.edu
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