Starts 2 months, 11 days, 23 hours, 49 minutes ago

Overview

This event is accredited by ECSA with 1 CPD point.

Transformist FM changes the FM game entirely: instead of supporting organisations as was traditionally the case, it calls for the transformation of organisations. So instead of practitioners being engineers, maintenance technicians, property and soft services managers, the philosophy calls for executive level expertise, approach and change agent mindset. Demand FM expertise include strategic agility to demonstrate value, scientific approach to Lifecyle planning and adequately resourcing the practice. Demand FM is ideally strategically embedded within organisations. Delivery FM includes outsourced sector and must re-orientate to and support this new phenomenon. Integrated processes, organisation-friendly KPIs and benchmarking are critical areas of Delivery FM.

Learning outcomes

  • Ability to lead the implementation of SANS 1752 or ISO41001 within your organisation
  • About the key requirements and benefits of SANS 1752 and ISO 41001
  • How to practically align your FM strategy with organizational strategy
  • How to implement the most comprehensive planning methodology
  • Critical resourcing elements to realise FM strategy Integrating processes and other support standards in FM delivery
  • Evaluating performance for the organisation, not FM
  • Role of reports and studies in improving performance

Venue: Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa • Dates: 07 June2019


David Khasebe
Founder and Chief FM Officer
DKMC

David is a Founder and Chief FM Officer of DKMC, a facilities management and corporate real estate consultancy. He led the SABS working group which developed the world’s first management standard, SANS 1752. He was also a national representative to the international ISO Working Groups working which developed ISO 41001 and a guest lecturer in facilities management.

It is his mission to see FM practitioners at board level of companies in various industries in same way that IT and HR have succeeded in that endeavour. He is a champion to improve the FM practice to achieve spectacular business results. He isso passionate about FM he often gets up in the middle of the night with epiphanies on how to further develop the practice.

David has over 25 years of corporate real estate and facilities management experience, 15 of which was at strategic level in both in-house and outsourced FM sectors. A marketer by training, he has completed Wits Business School’s Executive Development Programme (EDP) and attended various training courses in facilities, property and project management. He is member British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) 1and South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP). A pioneer at heart, he is currently working to lead the development of legislation to create a council for facilities management in South Africa.

David is also columnist and tweets as @FMevangelist.