Tip of the dayHire a bus or book cabs to transport the Move Coordinators and/or staff to and from site visits.
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Frustrated with the same mistake happening over and over again?
There is one way to stop to frustrations, stop the time wasting and stop the money wasting……
What’s The One Thing You Would Tell The Decision Maker
Are you a service provider frustrated with the same mistake happening over and over again? Most of us have experienced the frustration of when an ill-informed or bad decision has been made (one that you probably had no input into) one that has greatly impacted on your ability to achieve the best possible outcome for a project? ....help your client make best practice decisions based on informed and accurate information from you - the Industry Experts.
10 Things To Keep In Mind When Planning A Relocation
Okay, so you are relocating your office. Have you thought of everything that needs to be done in order to ensure that your business is ready to go on the first working day following the move? What do you need to review?.... Here are a few things to consider when planning and actioning your next move...
5 Deadly Sins To Business Relocations: Deliver Or Disaster
Relocating a business must be undertaken as a major project not an event that happens over one weekend. The relocation project should be carefully considered, planned and delivered to obtain the best outcome for the business and staff alike.
Although there are many areas that must be considered, I have outlined 5 key areas that if done poorly will result in a disastrous relocation and one that your business may not recover from......
700 COPIES OF THE SKILLINGS OFFICE MOVE GUIDE SENT OUT WORLDWIDE.
Following a simple LinkedIn post of “Is anyone interested in our Office Move guide” we have been inundated with requests from all over the world ...
"Thank you for sharing your office move guide. I think that you have done great job of identifying all of the necessary aspects of completing an office more. Your planning appears to be scalable so it can be used on all moves regardless of their size. I’m always surprised at the how much planning is really required to pull off a relocation. I have been doing facilities management now for 30 years. I have no recommended changes to your process or planning". Paul C. Director Global Real Estate and Facilities