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A collection of thoughts and questions turned into blog posts
Planon regularly publishes blog posts on topics ranging from workplace management and compliance to the Internet of Things and Building Information Modelling. These quick reads are often educational, occasionally humorous, and always worth your time.
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Blogs | 09/20/2018
What is the prerequisite to effectively manage your space?
Space Management is becoming more important than ever before. What actually is space? What is the current status of space management? And what is needed to effectively manage your space?Learn more
Blogs | 03/22/2018
Making Space the Case: Prioritizing Space Utilization for Real Estate and Facility Management in 2018
In its ‘Green Quadrant IWMS’ report, research firm Verdantix shares insights into the overall strategic priorities for real estate and facilities teams. One of the main priorities is Space Utilization, where Planon will share some thoughts on.Learn more
Blogs | 05/04/2016
Does the Generation Gap Really Exist in the Workplace?
A recent study on the impact of the arrival of a new generation of employees in the workplace suggests that this upcoming “app generation” will not connect well with…Learn more
Blogs | 03/17/2016
Did Google really get it wrong? Workplace misery and other mishaps.
Open floor plans and flexible office concepts are not one-size-fits-all. It's important to note new ways of working require new management styles as well.Learn more
Blogs | 03/10/2016
The student as an engaged stakeholder in facilities management
At a university, the importance of campus facilities is two-fold: it must attract new students to attend, and must also make students want to stay.Learn more
Blogs | 02/11/2016
“Infrastructure: If anything exciting happens, we’ve done it wrong”
In the world of facility management (often the unsung heroes of an organization) if something exciting happens, it means the job isn't being done properly.Learn more