A new article in FMLink outlines and describes the chapters of the book, Work on the Move 2. Written by Diane Coles-Levine and Nancy Sanquist, the article provides an explenation of the structure of the book along with discussion on the background of each chapter. The authors write, "As with the first book, we suggest that you read this introduction first, choose which chapters interest you, and then drop us a line and let us know what you think."
We are happy to announce today that Work on the Move 2 is now available in the IFMA online store. Both the hardcover version as well as the e-book for immediate download can be purchased with all proceeds supporting the IFMA Foundation.
Work on the Move 2 is the collaborative effort of 15 international experts in the fields of workplace strategy, human capital, real estate, technology and business. The book helps organizations prepare for the future of work, workers and the workplace.
For more information, please see our website at workonthemove.org.
Co-authors, Joseph Poskie and Nancy Johnson-Sanquist, of Work on the Move 2 chapter 9 Technology - The Building Digital Workplace, have released a report summarizing the 2016 research on technology adoption in the RE & FM industry. Topics cover workplace strategy, flexible working, mobile applications, space planning & collaboration, BIM adoption, facilities assessment and mixed reality computing.
HOUSTON, TX – (Sept. 29, 2016) – Produced by the IFMA Foundation and launching at IFMA’s World Workplace Conference, October 5-7 in San Diego, Work on the Move 2: How Social, Leadership and Technology Innovations are Transforming the Workplace in the Digital Economy, is the collaborative effort of 15 international experts in the fields of workplace strategy, human capital, real estate, technology and business. The book helps organizations prepare for the future of work, workers and the workplace.
Editors Diane Coles Levine and Nancy Johnson Sanquist share insights on the book and highlights from specific chapters. This article was originally published in the September/October 2016 issue of FMJ, the official magazine of the International Facility Management Association, and has been reprinted with permission.