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Superior business leaders understand and appreciate the need to maintain and enhance the delivery and progress of Facility services.
GFMA is positioned to support organizations with premier interim management services to meet the diverse needs of your high-performance organization.
❖ Responses to occupant needs must be enduring and consistent.
❖ Production cannot be interrupted.
❖ The business must withstand any facility change without impact to the other critical core functions.
GFMA guidelines in interim assignments include:
- Understand, appreciate, and work well with the vision, culture, and values of the client organization.
- At the start, identify and define objectives, roles, resources, processes, and results.
- Establish and maintain alignment with the FM strategic objectives of the client.
- Track performance, using leading indicators to measure progress in critical areas and guide improvement.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) identifies the following principles of risk management:
Risk management should:
- create value – resources expended to mitigate risk should be less than the consequence of inaction or (as in value engineering), the gain should exceed the pain
- be an integral part of organizational processes
- be part of decision making process
- explicitly address uncertainty and assumptions
- be a systematic and structured process
- be based on the best available information
- be tailorable
- take human factors into account
- be transparent and inclusive
- be dynamic, iterative and responsive to change
- be capable of continual improvement and enhancement
- be continually or periodically re-assessed
involvement can bring you the following benefits:
- Clearly define project outcomes and interim results, and help you to reach them in a planned and coordinated way.
- Introduce training programs to improve the capability of your team to manage projects.
- Recognize risks early in the project and monitor throughout, providing you with time and options.
- Transparently communicate the status of the project with key stakeholders.
- Help you overcome bottlenecks and get your deliverables on-track.
Detailed, analysed, Systematized and timely
- Early analysis for identification of detail problems,
Definitions of necessary data to process and elaborate
- Flexible responds to change requirements during planning and execution,
Focus on the complete life-cycle
- Relying on approved standards,
Utilization of well matched, multi-usable construction elements wherever feasible
- Verification of availability of all relevant planning documents in early stage,
Keeping every stakeholder “on track”
Elementary questions asked in this early stage invoke detailed analyses. For example:
- Do the systems actually “work”?
- Are all components compatible?
- Are the materials harmonized with lead times well synchronized?
- Has the design been developed using modern technical standards?
- Are all criteria for safety and sustainability met?