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Comparison Of The Nature And Strategic Features Of Facilities Management And Other Building Support Practices In Lagos
(Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi., 2015-12)
This study examined the features of the Lagos-Nigerian Facilities Management (FM) practice and how strategic and value adding it is. This was achieved by comparing its principles, work focus and object amongst others, with ...
Performance Measurement Scale For Facilities Management Service In Lagos-Nigeria
(Emerald Publication Group, UK., 2017-05)
Purpose – Literature established that applicable parameters must be used in determining facilities management (FM) performance in any market; otherwise, findings could be confusing and misleading. This is particularly ...
Developing A Sustainable Approach To Corporate FM In Nigeria
(Emerald Publishers Group, UK., 2019-06-29)
Purpose – This paper aims to examine common environmental practices and strategies for implementing sustainable FM among Nigerian FM practitioners. Design/methodology/approach – A review of the literature on sustainability ...
A Qualitative Investigation Of Benchmarking Barriers In Nigeria
(Emerald Publication Group,Uk, 2016-10)
Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine benchmarking barriers among Nigerian facilities management (FM) practitioners. Design/methodology/approach – Data collection were through semi-structured ...
Prioritizing Facilities Management Services For Benchmarking In Facilities Management In Selected Cities In Nigeria
(Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, 2016-01)
Due to the high cost of benchmarking, it is often difficult to provide required resources for it. Therefore, to benchmark successfully, it is often necessary to identify services that are most important for the efficiency ...
Applicability Of Existing Performance Evaluation Tools And Concepts To The Nigerian Facilities Management Practice
(International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 2013)
ABSTRACT. There are noticeable gaps in aspects of Nigerian facilities management (FM) education and practice. Predicated by its relative infancy, one area where this gap is more apparent is in the measurement of performance. ...