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This presentation provides an overview of the book "Work on the Move" published by the IFMA Foundation in October 2011. It was the basis for an Authors' Roundtable at the World Workplace conference …

This presentation provides an overview of the book "Work on the Move" published by the IFMA Foundation in October 2011. It was the basis for an Authors' Roundtable at the World Workplace conference held in Phoenix in October 2011. The Roundtable was led by Jim Ware.

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  • 1. Sponsored By: Bronze Sponsors Gensler Hayworth Kayhan International Panduit RSP Architects United Interiors
  • 2. Today’s Agenda 26 October October 27 “Work on the Move” Visit “Work on the Presentation Move” sponsor booths in the Expo  Introductions Hall  A Roadmap to Success  Chapter Tweets  Important Questions  Open Conversation
  • 3. INTRODUCTIONS
  • 4. 22 Authors From 6 Countries: 12 Are Here Today!
  • 5. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 1: Getting in Motion Diane Coles, Stephen Ballesty
  • 6. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 1: Getting in Motion Diane Coles, Stephen BallestyChapter 2: The Forces Driving Change Laurie Aznavoorian, Paul Doherty
  • 7. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 1: Getting in Motion Diane Coles, Stephen BallestyChapter 2: The Forces Driving Change Laurie Aznavoorian, Paul DohertyChapter 3: Evolution of the Workplace Ellen Bruce Keable, Alexi Marmot
  • 8. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 1: Getting in Motion Diane Coles, Stephen BallestyChapter 2: The Forces Driving Change Laurie Aznavoorian, Paul DohertyChapter 3: Evolution of the Workplace Ellen Bruce Keable, Alexi MarmotChapter 4: Workplace Strategy: What It Is & Why It’s Important Pat Turnbull, Janice Cimbalo, Paul Doherty, Nancy J. Sanquist Cary Johnson, Ricardo Nabholz, Darrin Norbut, Alex Redlein
  • 9. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 1: Getting in Motion Diane Coles, Stephen BallestyChapter 2: The Forces Driving Change Laurie Aznavoorian, Paul DohertyChapter 3: Evolution of the Workplace Ellen Bruce Keable, Alexi MarmotChapter 4: Workplace Strategy: What It Is & Why It’s Important Pat Turnbull, Janice Cimbalo, Paul Doherty, Nancy J. Sanquist Cary Johnson, Ricardo Nabholz, Darrin Norbut, Alex RedleinChapter 5: Implementing a Mobile Workplace Strategy Marcus Bowen, Chris Hood
  • 10. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 6: Projected Impacts on the FM Profession John McGee, Kathy O. Roper
  • 11. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 6: Projected Impacts on the FM Profession John McGee, Kathy O. RoperChapter 7: Leadership in the 21st Century Charles Grantham
  • 12. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 6: Projected Impacts on the FM Profession John McGee, Kathy O. RoperChapter 7: Leadership in the 21st Century Charles GranthamChapter 8: Change Management as a Core FM Competency James Ware
  • 13. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 6: Projected Impacts on the FM Profession John McGee, Kathy O. RoperChapter 7: Leadership in the 21st Century Charles GranthamChapter 8: Change Management as a Core FM Competency James WareChapter 9: Technology & the Future of Facilities Eric Jaspers, Eric Teicholz
  • 14. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 6: Projected Impacts on the FM Profession John McGee, Kathy O. RoperChapter 7: Leadership in the 21st Century Charles GranthamChapter 8: Change Management as a Core FM Competency James WareChapter 9: Technology & the Future of Facilities Eric Jaspers, Eric TeicholzChapter 10: Case Studies from Around the World Kate North
  • 15. Overview: Work on the MoveChapter 6: Projected Impacts on the FM Profession John McGee, Kathy O. RoperChapter 7: Leadership in the 21st Century Charles GranthamChapter 8: Change Management as a Core FM Competency James WareChapter 9: Technology & the Future of Facilities Eric Jaspers, Eric TeicholzChapter 10: Case Studies from Around the World Kate NorthChapter 11: Moving Forward Nancy Johnson Sanquist, Diane Coles
  • 16. CHAPTER TWEETSSpread the Word – Tweet the Chapter Summaries
  • 17. Chapter 1: Getting in MotionA roadmap and guide pinpointing which chapter tostart with to drive strategy and change in the workplaceand engage stakeholders
  • 18. A Roadmap to Success
  • 19. Chapter 2: The Forces Driving ChangeDiscussion, data and global examples to identify andunderstand key forces driving change in the workplace
  • 20. Chapter 3: Evolution of the WorkplaceHistory of the office from its origin to the rise of the cubefarm and benching, with examples and discussionabout the office of the future
  • 21. Chapter 4: Workplace Strategy: What It Is & Why It’s ImportantExplanation of workplace strategy, how it aligns withbusiness strategy to improve business outcomes andimpact the triple bottom line
  • 22. Chapter 5: Implementing a Mobile Workplace StrategyThe best methods to manage the transition of spacefrom traditional office to distributed work and implementa mobile workplace strategy
  • 23. Chapter 6: Projected Impacts on the FM ProfessionA discussion on how the facility management professionis changing as the world of work changes, includingtrends worth monitoring
  • 24. Chapter 7: Leadership in the 21st CenturyEssential information for facility managers on how to beat the forefront of new leadership skills needed in aglobal, interconnected world
  • 25. Chapter 8: Change Management as a Core FM CompetencyFacility managers should be well-versed in changemanagement; practical tools for managing change inthe workplace are provided
  • 26. Chapter 9: Technology & the Future of FacilitiesTechnology is changing the way people work; here’show facility managers can support new ways of workingby utilizing new technologies
  • 27. Chapter 10: Case Studies from Around the WorldInnovative, forward-thinking and even some award-winning workplace strategy case studies from aroundthe globe
  • 28. Chapter 11: Moving ForwardWhere do we go from here? Twenty thoughts to ponderand discuss about the future of the workplace and thefield of facility management
  • 29. Moving Forward: Big Picture PerspectivesUnderstanding Place MattersThe Changing Geography of Place Emergence of the Mega-Region City Center / Urban Place Edge Cities The Suburban Place The Aerotropolis Idea Factories & Innovation Clusters
  • 30. IMPORTANT QUESTIONS & DISCUSSION
  • 31. Discussion Questions How will space With the explosionprogramming change in mobility, why do How do we “get toas we design for new we need traditional the future” today? ways of working? offices at all? Do facilities planners How will the role of the have the skills Workplace Strategist needed to lead affect the whole workplace profession? transformation? How will changing Which is more public policy affect important, ROI on workplace strategy people, or ROI on and design? buildings? How can we ensure How can we balance that the business standardization and Do we need to analytics we use call efficiency with diversity of transform the attention to strategic culture and demographics? design/build process? issues?
  • 32. Special Thanks: Chief Advocate Diane Cole Chief Advocate, Chief Enthusiast, Chief Editor
  • 33. Special Thanks: The Believer Steven Ballesty Chair, Immediate Past Chair, IFMA Foundation
  • 34. Special Thanks: The Brainstormers Sandra Oliver Tim Springer Charlie Grantham Ellen Keable Jim Ware
  • 35. Special Thanks: The Core Team Michael Schley Chair, IFMA Foundation Russell Womer Barbette B. RamseyKnowledge Management Production Coord. Marketing & PR Community Lisa Berman Nancy Johnson Sanquist Jennifer Smith Troy Carpenter Copy Editor Content Editor Graphic Designer Graphic Designer
  • 36. Special Thanks: Key Supporters Andy Fuhrman Case Studies Paul Carder Kate North NetworkerCase Study Compiler Without Equal Sandra Oliver
  • 37. Special Thanks: The Field GeneralsAll the FM professionals who shared their stories and insights sogenerously.
  • 38. Special Thanks: Friends & Family……who gracefully kept the world going ‘round while we ‘worked onthe move’ to drive strategy and change in the workplace
  • 39. And Double Thanks Again To: Bronze Sponsors Gensler Hayworth Kayhan International Panduit RSP Architects United Interiors
  • 40. Get An Autographed Copy Today! Book Signings Today: • 9:30am – IFMA Bookstore • 2:30pm – Planon Booth

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