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  • Everything mattersThe Stoddart Review brings to the fore the idea that the office is where the productivity of knowledge workers can be materially affected, writes Martin Read. 09 January 2017
  • The next generation of FMDemographic data is curious, not least because of our tendency to understand the message they convey while almost immediately putting it to the back of our minds. 10 November 2016
  • DefinitionsHow do you illustrate sustainability? Martin Read on definitions of sustainability and FM. 13 October 2016
  • Sustainable stewardshipSustainability will make news across the world when the United Nations' Habitat III conference convenes in Quito, Ecuador, writes Martin Read. Are FMs set to act as sustainability stewards in a rapidly urbanising planet? 15 September 2016
  • From the editor: August 2016In so many aspects of the management and maintenance of an organisation's identity, FM has huge potential, writes FM World editor Martin Read. 11 August 2016
  • Automatic's not for the peopleFM World editor Martin Read tackles the issue of automation and robotics and its connection to facilities management. 11 July 2016
  • Measuring performance in the right wayMeasuring performance is important. It doesn't matter whether you are measuring it at individual, team or organisation levels or pieces of equipment or infrastructure, you need to know how well things are working, blogs John Bowen. 21 June 2016
  • Shattering other glass ceilingsThere's something to be said about focusing in on how the FM function is accepted, respected and positioned when matched against a range of different forms of company structure, writes Martin Read. 09 June 2016
  • FM World and the changing role of mediaFM World editor Martin Read looks at how communication between media organisations and their audiences has evolved. 20 May 2016
  • Events that are worth your timeThe mix of networking and knowledge sharing at BIFM regional events should be potent enough reason in itself to attend, but there's even more to it than that, writes Martin Read. 05 May 2016
  • Where there is FM, there is magicIf the full extent of FM is to be laid out to the typical consumer, we need an environment in which it can be explained without prejudice, writes Martin Read. 26 April 2016
  • BIFM Chairman's update - Q2 2016The start of 2016 has seen some fantastic developments in both the Institute and profession, writes Julie Kortens in her quarterly BIFM Chairman's update. 25 April 2016
  • Space oddityGo back six, seven or even eight years and you'll find a lot being said about the importance of space usage in these pages, writes Martin Read. 07 April 2016
  • So long, architectThe 1974 classic The Towering Inferno and its connection to building design and subsequent facilities management. Not as tenuous a link as you might think, writes Martin Read. 24 March 2016
  • What's facilities management when it's at home?What's facilities maintenance when it's at home? The question jolted me out of my reverie as I heard it from the person sat in front of me on the bus. His companion had no answer and I was not inclined to answer, but it took me back a good few years, blogs John Bowen. 14 March 2016
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