3 strategies to improve space management communication

One of the main reasons facilities leaders struggle to improve utilization is that they lack support from senior leaders, who may not see space management as a top priority. While most facilities leaders communicate space information to campus leaders on a regular basis, their current approach typically falls short in three ways.

First, space utilization reports or presentations are too dense or jargon filled, leading some leaders to tune out. Second, they fail to communicate how stakeholders will benefit from the proposed solution. Finally, they fail to provide stakeholders with clear next steps or actions. Below we provide three communication tools to help facilities leaders overcome these challenges and generate support for space management initiatives.

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