Navigating succession planning challenges in healthcare facilities management
Three ways hospitals and healthcare facilities can establish a strong succession plan to ensure FM teams continue to operate smoothly
Facilities managers play a critical part in keeping healthcare facilities operating smoothly. These professionals often work deep within the core of a building, in a setting where extensive experience and institutional knowledge are crucial to solving problems and maintaining a functional environment.
As more experienced facilities managers enter retirement, hospitals and healthcare systems need to cultivate a robust talent pipeline and embrace technology platforms to minimize disruptions to their operations.
We’re sharing key considerations and solutions for hospitals and healthcare systems as they begin to prioritize their succession planning efforts.
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