IFMA Report Analyzes the Future of Facility Management
More than 200 experts worldwide shared their insights on the industry.
The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) has released a new report, Experts’ Assessment, Vol. 2: Future Working Environments and Support Functions Toward 2030.
The association’s report provides an analysis of what the facility management industry has learned since IFMA’s inaugural Experts’ Assessment study was conducted in 2020. IFMA surveyed more than 200 subject matter experts from around the world for their perspectives on five main themes:
- Facilities in demand toward 2030
- Technology, work, and workforce development
- Workplace management and strategy
- Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG)
- Facility management in 2030.
“The subject matter experts who contributed to this study are industry leaders whose foresight and well-considered actions have sustained their organizations through unprecedented change,” said Don Gilpin, IFMA president and CEO. “Understanding the decisions they’ve made to adapt and prepare their organizations for the future will help any FM gain clarity in forming their own strategies, as well as a solid base from which to gain buy-in on projects and policies that will mean the difference between sink or swim.”
Sponsored by HOK, JLL, Planon, and Savills, IFMA’s Experts’ Assessment, Vol. 2: Future Working Environments and Support Functions Toward 2030 may be accessed free of charge by clicking here.