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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-21 on Academic Design Trends with Kay Sergeant, Lisa Killaby, and Greg Tew (U.S.A.) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-21 on Academic Design Trends:Back to School, How Academic Design Trends Are Reshaping The Workplace. Designing for a competitive edge to keep talent. Panel:Kay Sargent, Director of Workplace Strategies, Lend LeaseLisa Killaby, Principal, ADD Inc.Greg Tew, Associate Professor & Director of Professional and Industry Relations, Virginia TechDavid Reynolds, CFMChris Payne,CSS Consultancy Overview: This interview follows on an FMCC webinar with principal designers and teachers Lisa Killaby, Kay Sargent, and Greg Tew with the title, Back to School, How Academic Design Trends Are Reshaping The Workplace. In a convincing way, Lisa, Kay, and Greg make the point that the modern academic and corporate built environments can be indistinguishable from each other. We FMs are wholly aware that the organizations we serve increasingly seek a dynamic and diverse workforce and a culture of mentorship, collaboration, community, discovery, innovation, and well being in a vari...

6 MIN2016 JUL 7
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-21 on Academic Design Trends with Kay Sergeant, Lisa Killaby, and Greg Tew  (U.S.A.) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-20 – Discussion with Jeremy Swanner (USA) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-20 – Discussion with Jeremy Swanner Pay Me Now or Pay Me a Lot More Later: How To Get the Budget You Need to Prevent Catastrophes, Not Clean Them Up Panel: David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Jeremy Swanner, Executive Vice President, RLE Technologies (more…)

7 MIN2016 JUN 2
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-20 – Discussion with Jeremy Swanner (USA) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-19 – Nicholas Fioravante on ISO 55000

“ISO 55000: Changing the Conversation” Panel: Nicholas Fioravante David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Overview: “ISO 55000: Changing the Conversation” Nicholas Fioravante has worked with mechanical/HVAC, electrical, fire protection, and structural and environmental systems, components, and issues, evaluating facility upgrades for technical and financial performance. He has addressed operations and maintenance in a wide range of facilities. He is presently with Sodexo, as Senior Director in North America Technical Support. He came to adopt and promote a view of managing facilities and equipment as performing assets. Recently, the International Organization for Standardization, ISO, released ISO 55000, a management framework for physical assets, which integrates considerations of cost, performance and risk throughout the asset life cycle. Acquiring and maintaining facilities and equipment in an ISO 55000 milieu focuses the FM on optimizing the yield of the asset for the entire life cycle. Th...

6 MIN2016 MAY 6
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-19 – Nicholas Fioravante on ISO 55000

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-18 – Discussion by Tim Schmidt (USA), Chris Payne (UK) and David Reynolds (USA)

“Supply Chain Management as Procurement Shifts to FM” Panel:David Reynolds, CFM, FMPChris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG MemberTim Schmidt, eBid Systems Overview: “Supply Chain Management as Procurement Shifts to FM” Proficient, agile, supply chain management is essential to FM in maximizing the triple bottom line. FMs operate in a dynamic and complicated mix of sources for materials, equipment, and services. This podcast offers a glimpse at the tuning the procurement process to match the product or service sought in order to ensure best value. The last ten years have shifted procurement processes more onto FM. What will the decade ahead bring, especially in how FMs acquire technology? Tim Schmidt joins us just after the conclusion of his FMCC webinar, Supplier Management and Procurement Strategies for Facility Managers. (more…)

5 MIN2016 APR 1
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-18 – Discussion by  Tim Schmidt (USA), Chris Payne (UK) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-17 – Discussion by Kevin Wilcox (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

“Top 5 Ways to Reduce Fall Hazard Risk” Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Member David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Kevin Wilcox, Principal, LJB Inc. Overview: “Top 5 Ways to Reduce Fall Hazard Risk” Kevin Wilcox joins Chris Payne and David Reynolds a short while after his 2015 FMCC webinar, “Top 5 Ways to Reduce Fall Hazard Risk”, where he delivers a systematic development against fall risk in five critical areas, applying prevention by design, training, and certified fall protection systems. Kevin is a principal of LJB Inc. and a professional structural engineer, who is also a certified safety professional. He has more than 20 years’ experience in fall protection consulting, with expertise in fall hazard assessments, design and inspection of fall protection systems, and related training. Fall protection presents two conflicting realities: significant fall incidents don’t happen often, but when they do occur, they’re catastrophic and costly. The challenge, however, is ...

6 MIN2015 NOV 5
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-17 – Discussion by  Kevin Wilcox (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-16 – Discussion by Alana Dunoff (USA), Lynn Baez (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

“Sustainability Metrics: A Tale of Two Companies” Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Member David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Alana Dunoff, FMP, IFMA Fellow Lynn Baez, CFM, SFP, FMP, IFMA BOD Overview: “Sustainability Metrics: A Tale of Two Companies” At the time of this podcast on World FM Day, Lynn Baez and Alana Dunoff had just completed a webinar entitled Sustainability Metrics, A Tale of 2 Companies, where they focused on transforming business and operations data into a sustainability framework that their clients welcomed for its clarity and value. Communication and culture are key, we FMs often say. But, while the client’s goal is sustainability, getting from the object (records and data) to objectives (what can the client accomplish, and how) requires technical understanding, cultural acceptance, and much more. Alana Dunoff, Strategic Facility Planner, of AFD Facility Planning, an FMP and IFMA Fellow, is an energe

5 MIN2015 OCT 9
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-16 – Discussion by  Alana Dunoff (USA), Lynn Baez (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-15 – Discussion by Wim Pullen (Netherlands) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

“Progress in evidence based workplace management” Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Member David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Wim Pullen, Center for People and Buildings Overview: “Progress in evidence based workplace management” Chris Payne and David Reynolds join Wim Pullen, Director of the Center for People and Buildings, in Delft, Netherlands, on June 10, 2015, just after his live Session 4 of World FM Day, 2015, entitled “Progress in evidence based workplace management.” “What do we know?” and “How do we translate knowledge into well informed decisions?” are the two questions giving rise to evidence based workplace management. The workplace arena is filled with opinions and anecdotal evidence, but big questions like “how does the workplace contribute to productivity growth?” or “Can we enhance employee health and well being in new workplace?” are easy to ask but hard to answer. Nevertheless workplace researchers are eager to develop reliable knowledge that hel...

11 MIN2015 SEP 3
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-15 – Discussion by Wim Pullen (Netherlands) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-14 – Discussion by Graham Constable (Australia), Val Moraes (New Zealand), Adam Fang (China) & Chris Payne (UK)

“The Importance of Leadership in Facilities & Asset Management” Recorded on:June 10th, 2015 Panel: Graham Constable,FMCC STAG MemberVal MoraesCFM is the Managing Director of GregMore Group, a Facilities Management Consultancy based in Auckland, New Zealand. Adam Fang,FMCC STAG MemberChris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Memberas Social Media Coordinator (Host/Interviewer) Overview: We hear from freelance consultant Graham Constable of Australia, interviewed by Chris Payne of the U.K. on the subject of exercising leadership in managing the facility assets an employer or client. Val Moraes of New Zealand and Adam Fang of China also participated in the webinar on World FM Day, but were not able to be present for this podcast. Their title, “The Importance of Leadership in Facilities & Asset Management – an FMCC Panel Discussion,” lead, in Graham’s view, to a few central points to ensure that the practice of FM can be viewed and experienced by top organizational leaders as one o...

6 MIN2015 AUG 20
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-14 – Discussion by Graham Constable (Australia), Val Moraes (New Zealand), Adam Fang (China) & Chris Payne (UK)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-13: Discussion by Chris Payne (UK), Markus Groll (Germany) & David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-13:Discussion by Chris Payne (UK), Markus Groll (Germany) & David Reynolds (USA) on “Everything You Wanted to Know About Social Media, But Were Too Afraid To Ask” – Podcast on Social Media for Facility Managers Recorded on: June 10th, 2015 Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Memberas Social Media Coordinator Markus Groll , Architect BYAK, Frankfurt, Germany, isar1 AG, FMCC Board Member as Secretary & STAG Chair David Reynolds, FMCC STAG Member as Podcast & Audio Coordinator Overview: Chris Payne and Markus Groll join David Reynolds on the topic of social media in FM. This podcast immediately followed their World FM Day webinar, “Everything You Wanted to Know About Social Media, But Were Too Afraid To Ask.” Markus, trained as an architect and commercial designer, has 25 + years as a senior consultant to major clients in implementation and use of software systems employed over the facility life cycle. Chris, also with over 25 years’ experi...

7 MIN2015 AUG 6
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-13: Discussion by Chris Payne (UK), Markus Groll (Germany) & David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-12 – Discussion by Jon Martens (USA), Stephen O. Jagun (Nigeria), Chris Payne (UK) & David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-12 – Discussion by Jon Martens (USA), Stephen O. Jagun (Nigeria), Chris Payne (UK) & David Reynolds (USA) on “Eko Atlantic City” Recorded on:June 9th, 2015 Panel: Jon E. Martens, IFMA Fellow, President, JEMCOR LLC Stephen Ola Jagun, Principal Partner, Jagun AssociatesChris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Memberas Social Media Coordinator David Reynolds, FMCC STAG Member as Podcast & Audio Coordinator Overview: In this podcast, we hear from Nigeria, one of a number of nations on the African continent where modern cities are emerging in very large-scale projects. Not all have been successful so far. Several factors of importance to FM distinguish this project, called Eko Atlantic City. Prominent are FM and occupant involvement in detailed plans and specifications, and emphasis on sustainability, as that concept is now understood: the triple bottom line. The Lagos IFMA chapter is twenty years strong. Its members keep up to date through training and wor...

10 MIN2015 JUL 23
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-12 – Discussion by Jon Martens (USA), Stephen O. Jagun (Nigeria), Chris Payne (UK) & David Reynolds (USA)
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Latest Episodes

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-21 on Academic Design Trends with Kay Sergeant, Lisa Killaby, and Greg Tew (U.S.A.) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-21 on Academic Design Trends:Back to School, How Academic Design Trends Are Reshaping The Workplace. Designing for a competitive edge to keep talent. Panel:Kay Sargent, Director of Workplace Strategies, Lend LeaseLisa Killaby, Principal, ADD Inc.Greg Tew, Associate Professor & Director of Professional and Industry Relations, Virginia TechDavid Reynolds, CFMChris Payne,CSS Consultancy Overview: This interview follows on an FMCC webinar with principal designers and teachers Lisa Killaby, Kay Sargent, and Greg Tew with the title, Back to School, How Academic Design Trends Are Reshaping The Workplace. In a convincing way, Lisa, Kay, and Greg make the point that the modern academic and corporate built environments can be indistinguishable from each other. We FMs are wholly aware that the organizations we serve increasingly seek a dynamic and diverse workforce and a culture of mentorship, collaboration, community, discovery, innovation, and well being in a vari...

6 MIN2016 JUL 7
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-21 on Academic Design Trends with Kay Sergeant, Lisa Killaby, and Greg Tew  (U.S.A.) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-20 – Discussion with Jeremy Swanner (USA) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-20 – Discussion with Jeremy Swanner Pay Me Now or Pay Me a Lot More Later: How To Get the Budget You Need to Prevent Catastrophes, Not Clean Them Up Panel: David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Jeremy Swanner, Executive Vice President, RLE Technologies (more…)

7 MIN2016 JUN 2
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-20 – Discussion with Jeremy Swanner (USA) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-19 – Nicholas Fioravante on ISO 55000

“ISO 55000: Changing the Conversation” Panel: Nicholas Fioravante David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Overview: “ISO 55000: Changing the Conversation” Nicholas Fioravante has worked with mechanical/HVAC, electrical, fire protection, and structural and environmental systems, components, and issues, evaluating facility upgrades for technical and financial performance. He has addressed operations and maintenance in a wide range of facilities. He is presently with Sodexo, as Senior Director in North America Technical Support. He came to adopt and promote a view of managing facilities and equipment as performing assets. Recently, the International Organization for Standardization, ISO, released ISO 55000, a management framework for physical assets, which integrates considerations of cost, performance and risk throughout the asset life cycle. Acquiring and maintaining facilities and equipment in an ISO 55000 milieu focuses the FM on optimizing the yield of the asset for the entire life cycle. Th...

6 MIN2016 MAY 6
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-19 – Nicholas Fioravante on ISO 55000

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-18 – Discussion by Tim Schmidt (USA), Chris Payne (UK) and David Reynolds (USA)

“Supply Chain Management as Procurement Shifts to FM” Panel:David Reynolds, CFM, FMPChris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG MemberTim Schmidt, eBid Systems Overview: “Supply Chain Management as Procurement Shifts to FM” Proficient, agile, supply chain management is essential to FM in maximizing the triple bottom line. FMs operate in a dynamic and complicated mix of sources for materials, equipment, and services. This podcast offers a glimpse at the tuning the procurement process to match the product or service sought in order to ensure best value. The last ten years have shifted procurement processes more onto FM. What will the decade ahead bring, especially in how FMs acquire technology? Tim Schmidt joins us just after the conclusion of his FMCC webinar, Supplier Management and Procurement Strategies for Facility Managers. (more…)

5 MIN2016 APR 1
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-18 – Discussion by  Tim Schmidt (USA), Chris Payne (UK) and David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-17 – Discussion by Kevin Wilcox (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

“Top 5 Ways to Reduce Fall Hazard Risk” Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Member David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Kevin Wilcox, Principal, LJB Inc. Overview: “Top 5 Ways to Reduce Fall Hazard Risk” Kevin Wilcox joins Chris Payne and David Reynolds a short while after his 2015 FMCC webinar, “Top 5 Ways to Reduce Fall Hazard Risk”, where he delivers a systematic development against fall risk in five critical areas, applying prevention by design, training, and certified fall protection systems. Kevin is a principal of LJB Inc. and a professional structural engineer, who is also a certified safety professional. He has more than 20 years’ experience in fall protection consulting, with expertise in fall hazard assessments, design and inspection of fall protection systems, and related training. Fall protection presents two conflicting realities: significant fall incidents don’t happen often, but when they do occur, they’re catastrophic and costly. The challenge, however, is ...

6 MIN2015 NOV 5
Comments
FM Consultants Podcast 2015-17 – Discussion by  Kevin Wilcox (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-16 – Discussion by Alana Dunoff (USA), Lynn Baez (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

“Sustainability Metrics: A Tale of Two Companies” Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Member David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Alana Dunoff, FMP, IFMA Fellow Lynn Baez, CFM, SFP, FMP, IFMA BOD Overview: “Sustainability Metrics: A Tale of Two Companies” At the time of this podcast on World FM Day, Lynn Baez and Alana Dunoff had just completed a webinar entitled Sustainability Metrics, A Tale of 2 Companies, where they focused on transforming business and operations data into a sustainability framework that their clients welcomed for its clarity and value. Communication and culture are key, we FMs often say. But, while the client’s goal is sustainability, getting from the object (records and data) to objectives (what can the client accomplish, and how) requires technical understanding, cultural acceptance, and much more. Alana Dunoff, Strategic Facility Planner, of AFD Facility Planning, an FMP and IFMA Fellow, is an energe

5 MIN2015 OCT 9
Comments
FM Consultants Podcast 2015-16 – Discussion by  Alana Dunoff (USA), Lynn Baez (USA) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-15 – Discussion by Wim Pullen (Netherlands) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

“Progress in evidence based workplace management” Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Member David Reynolds, CFM, FMP Wim Pullen, Center for People and Buildings Overview: “Progress in evidence based workplace management” Chris Payne and David Reynolds join Wim Pullen, Director of the Center for People and Buildings, in Delft, Netherlands, on June 10, 2015, just after his live Session 4 of World FM Day, 2015, entitled “Progress in evidence based workplace management.” “What do we know?” and “How do we translate knowledge into well informed decisions?” are the two questions giving rise to evidence based workplace management. The workplace arena is filled with opinions and anecdotal evidence, but big questions like “how does the workplace contribute to productivity growth?” or “Can we enhance employee health and well being in new workplace?” are easy to ask but hard to answer. Nevertheless workplace researchers are eager to develop reliable knowledge that hel...

11 MIN2015 SEP 3
Comments
FM Consultants Podcast 2015-15 – Discussion by Wim Pullen (Netherlands) and Chris Payne (UK), David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-14 – Discussion by Graham Constable (Australia), Val Moraes (New Zealand), Adam Fang (China) & Chris Payne (UK)

“The Importance of Leadership in Facilities & Asset Management” Recorded on:June 10th, 2015 Panel: Graham Constable,FMCC STAG MemberVal MoraesCFM is the Managing Director of GregMore Group, a Facilities Management Consultancy based in Auckland, New Zealand. Adam Fang,FMCC STAG MemberChris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Memberas Social Media Coordinator (Host/Interviewer) Overview: We hear from freelance consultant Graham Constable of Australia, interviewed by Chris Payne of the U.K. on the subject of exercising leadership in managing the facility assets an employer or client. Val Moraes of New Zealand and Adam Fang of China also participated in the webinar on World FM Day, but were not able to be present for this podcast. Their title, “The Importance of Leadership in Facilities & Asset Management – an FMCC Panel Discussion,” lead, in Graham’s view, to a few central points to ensure that the practice of FM can be viewed and experienced by top organizational leaders as one o...

6 MIN2015 AUG 20
Comments
FM Consultants Podcast 2015-14 – Discussion by Graham Constable (Australia), Val Moraes (New Zealand), Adam Fang (China) & Chris Payne (UK)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-13: Discussion by Chris Payne (UK), Markus Groll (Germany) & David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-13:Discussion by Chris Payne (UK), Markus Groll (Germany) & David Reynolds (USA) on “Everything You Wanted to Know About Social Media, But Were Too Afraid To Ask” – Podcast on Social Media for Facility Managers Recorded on: June 10th, 2015 Panel: Chris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Memberas Social Media Coordinator Markus Groll , Architect BYAK, Frankfurt, Germany, isar1 AG, FMCC Board Member as Secretary & STAG Chair David Reynolds, FMCC STAG Member as Podcast & Audio Coordinator Overview: Chris Payne and Markus Groll join David Reynolds on the topic of social media in FM. This podcast immediately followed their World FM Day webinar, “Everything You Wanted to Know About Social Media, But Were Too Afraid To Ask.” Markus, trained as an architect and commercial designer, has 25 + years as a senior consultant to major clients in implementation and use of software systems employed over the facility life cycle. Chris, also with over 25 years’ experi...

7 MIN2015 AUG 6
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-13: Discussion by Chris Payne (UK), Markus Groll (Germany) & David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-12 – Discussion by Jon Martens (USA), Stephen O. Jagun (Nigeria), Chris Payne (UK) & David Reynolds (USA)

FM Consultants Podcast 2015-12 – Discussion by Jon Martens (USA), Stephen O. Jagun (Nigeria), Chris Payne (UK) & David Reynolds (USA) on “Eko Atlantic City” Recorded on:June 9th, 2015 Panel: Jon E. Martens, IFMA Fellow, President, JEMCOR LLC Stephen Ola Jagun, Principal Partner, Jagun AssociatesChris Payne, CSS Consultancy & FMCC STAG Memberas Social Media Coordinator David Reynolds, FMCC STAG Member as Podcast & Audio Coordinator Overview: In this podcast, we hear from Nigeria, one of a number of nations on the African continent where modern cities are emerging in very large-scale projects. Not all have been successful so far. Several factors of importance to FM distinguish this project, called Eko Atlantic City. Prominent are FM and occupant involvement in detailed plans and specifications, and emphasis on sustainability, as that concept is now understood: the triple bottom line. The Lagos IFMA chapter is twenty years strong. Its members keep up to date through training and wor...

10 MIN2015 JUL 23
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FM Consultants Podcast 2015-12 – Discussion by Jon Martens (USA), Stephen O. Jagun (Nigeria), Chris Payne (UK) & David Reynolds (USA)
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