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All reports that the Relocation Project Manager is to deliver on a regular basis should be incorporated into the Move Schedule.
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SKILLINGS BUSINESS DIRECTORY, WORKING WITH INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS

If you need to meet the experts that will play an active role in the day to day activities of your workplace organisational change project you’re in the right spot!  After all it is the combined efforts and commitment of these professionals that will help your project achieve success.

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HOW TO DEVELOP AN EFFECTIVE RELOCATION SWOT?

The Relocation SWOT will help the Relocation Project Manager to provide a detailed document specifically addressing the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats of the Big Bang Relocation vs. Staged Moves.


Relocation SWOTS need to be broken down into detail so that you can appropriately assign the SWOT Mitigation Controls. You should also use the same language that is used by the Project Control Group so that everyone understands the Relocation SWOT...

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WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER THE RIGHT RELOCATION TYPE?

Understanding the issues and requirements of your relocation will help you with the scheduling of this move. One relocation weekend or multiple moves. This is also known as Big Bang relocation vs. Staged moves.

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ARE YOU ON THE MOVE? WHAT YOU NEED TO CONSIDER

The relocation approach adopted needs to support the fluid transition of employees from their current offices to the new premises.  

Common questions that should be asked of you, your project team and suppliers and should be considered in your Relocation SWOT and Mitigation Controls may include...

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DISCOVER HOW TO UNPACK THE CONFUSION ON COMPACTUSES

Compactus units are a great way to store filing records while maximising your available square meterage by reducing wasted space with walkways and multiple access aisles.


Although there are no formal industry standards/requirements around when a compactus unit should change from a manual to mechanical or even a powered unit, the below information will hopefully provide some guidelines.

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