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Products & Services Business Operations Facilities Services Roles and Responsibilities

Predicting Facilities Services Growth: Fostering Communication, Building Buy-in

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Published: Pre-2016


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World-class facilities management organizations monitor key trends in market or corporate activity — such as adding a new product or service — which may signal a need for growth or cutbacks. When certain activity levels occur, facility organizations take a proactive approach and contact business units to begin planning.

Industries Profiled:
Energy; Publishing; Transportation; Financial Services


Companies Profiled:
AEP; Scholastic; Mirant; Reliant Energy; Duke Energy; Progress Energy; Southwest Airlines; T. Rowe Price

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