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This thought provoking op/ed column takes a humorous look at topics relevant to the many facets of facility management.
Keeping vital information up to date may seem like a tedious task, but it’s one of the most essential aspects of successful operations.
When working with a multi-generational staff, facility managers must understand why employees behave in certain ways.
Carpenter makes reference to a classic 1956 Gregory Peck film to illustrate the facility professional’s struggle with duality.
Think it’s impossible to justify your own salary by scrimping and saving? FM Frequency Columnist Charles Carpenter suggests you think again.
Columnist Carpenter makes the humorous—yet credible—case for facility management doppelgängers.
It doesn’t take all that much effort for the proactive facility manager to benefit from—rather than panic at the thought of—an OSHA inspection.
Despite sustainability’s established foothold, Carpenter has some issues with its definition.
The chips will fall where they may, but FM Frequency Columnist Charles Carpenter makes the case for more sustainable corn chip consumption.
FM Frequency Columnist Charles Carpenter is all about common sense, not stage directions, with this very practical advice on fire safety in facilities.
FM Frequency Columnist Charles Carpenter takes a field trip and gains perspective on what it