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FMs still get ‘more for less’

A cost-conscious, service-led approach to outsourcing facilities management is delivering value but may be failing to achieve the levels of innovation required, according to the FM Market Survey 2012, a new research study commissioned by Interserve and undertaken by Sheffield Hallam University in conjunction with i-FM.


Recognising the old Masters

There is an untrained sector of the industry – the middle managers in their 30s and 40s - that is destined to lead the industry and yet is untrained to do so. That is the opinion of the Facilities Management Association (FMA), and as Tim Fryer reports, it has come up with a solution.


Sheffield Hallam builds property team

Sheffield Hallam University has appointed a new assistant director for estates development and sustainability to help oversee its property portfolio.


Self-help in FM

Facilities management academics at Sheffield Hallam University are more used to advising outside organisations about how to re-imagine their workspaces - but they have played an integral part in the revamp of their own business engagement centre.


Sheffield Hallam needs your help with new FM research

The Centre for Facilities Management Development is undertaking a Facilities Management Market Survey part funded by sponsorship from Interserve. The purpose of the survey is to gain a greater understanding of FMs views of the current and future market for FM Service Delivery and their views and experience of different FM Procurement Models


Training from PFM Awards 2010 winners, Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University offers a range of Facilities Management courses, from Undergraduate certificate through to the only MBA in FM in the UK, and bespoke courses designed to your organisation's specification.


Productivity Paradox

The success of a facility is judged by how well it supports business throughput. Prof Iffryn Price says inappropriate ‘mass’ indicators of performance can ‘hide’ large stocks of low quality facilities, and he calls ‘productivity’ measurement in FM to change.


Training from PFM Awards 2010 finalists, Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University offers a range of Facilities Management courses, from the only MBA in the UK, to bespoke courses designed to your organisation's specification.


‘Cuts’ on the agenda in Sheffield

With the title of Embracing Change at a time of Uncertainty, the CFMD’s Public Sector Networks Conference in Sheffield last week, the event examined the options facing the FM community in light of the impending the ‘public sector cuts’. Jane Fenwick reports


Transform workspace to meet reduced budgets

FM professionals will hear how to inject new life into school and hospital buildings while making financial £millions in savings at a conference in Sheffield next month.


Give pupils a say on the state of school buildings

As new research shows that the design and condition of school buildings can have an effect on learning outcomes, the Centre for FM Development at Sheffield Hallam University sets up a schools network to see how pupils can have a say on improving school buildings.


Sheffield hosts FM & Sustainability conference

The Centre for Facilities Management Development (formerly FMGC) is holding its third annual conference on Thursday 10th September which this year is focusing on sustainable practices in the public sector including carbon trading, renewable energy technologies and integrated planning.


FMGC graduates have fast track to more management and leadership skills

Sheffield Hallam University is one of the first universities in the country to sign up its FM students to the groundbreaking new Graduate Membership Scheme with the Institute of Leadership and Management.


Leadership Counts

Hospital cleaning and quality of patient care are rarely out of the headlines, but recent research reveals why some hospitals perform better and achieve high higher standards than others. Dr Rachel MacDonald and Prof If Price explain what they have found