Navigating the complexities of implementing change can be daunting. Change often demands a structured approach, and maturity models offer just that. They provide a consistent framework for organizations to assess, plan, and execute change effectively. In the context of integrating health and sustainability into educational facility operations, understanding and utilizing a maturity model can pave the way for a healthier, more sustainable future for students, staff, and the broader community.
Enabling Transformative Change in Educational Facilities: An Introduction to Maturity Models
Being a facility management executive in 2023 is no easy task. The modern facility executive must maintain a delicate balance; from providing excellent customer service, being responsive to building users and the staff, and ensuring that supply chain issues are minimized to maintain operational success — all while juggling these issues within mostly slim operational budgets. Here’s how the University of Georgia FMD uses the HGSC program to support employees.