CenterStone - Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM)

Moves, Adds and Changes

In today's constantly changing workplaces, high churn rates make the resulting moves, adds and changes (M/A/C) increasingly expensive, involving a coordinated effort from an interdepartmental team of facility planners, IT, telecom, the help desk, a move management company and customer service staff.

CenterStone's move management application provides the most robust and easy-to-use solutions available, simplifying single-person and large, project-based moves.

Observations on Superforecasters, Hollywood, Virtual Reality and the Automobile Industry

Since it is the third full week of the new year, we are all still in the prediction mode. We will release our predictions today for the CRE/FM world (click here to download), but after I wrote them, I was fascinated by a series of three articles that appeared in the Financial Times the weekend of January 16.

Facility Management, Architecture and Wine in Vienna

Each of the last three years in November, I have had the privilege, along with three other IFMA leaders, of lecturing at the IFM-Kongress at the Vienna University of Technology. As the guests of Dr. Alexander Redlein, who heads a Masters program in FM in the Business School, we all gave lectures at the Kongress and this year as well as teaching two courses for the FM Masters students on the weekend. The Kongress this year focused on new ways of working, corporate social responsibility, wellness and performance.

Trading Places – A Reflection on the Tradeline Space Strategies 2015 Conference

I had the expected pleasure of attending Tradeline’s Space Strategies Conference held in San Diego earlier this week. Having never attended a Tradeline conference before, I still had high expectations for this event in based on the agenda, the roster of presentations, the list of attending organizations and of course the venue, San Diego. The latter turned out to be the one disappointment. The high ocean winds turned the hotel into a never ending whistle making it difficult to sleep.

Right Space. Right Place. Right Time.

Achieve a Lower Total Cost of Occupancy with Space Management

By David Willett and Nancy Johnson Sanquist