FMExtension - Relocation Management Specialists



5 Tips for a Successful Office Move

Achieving business continuity during a corporate relocation takes a detailed schedule, the right vendors, flexibility, communication, and follow through.

By Anne K. Goedken

Are the collaborative workspaces in your facility turning into makeshift offices? Is there a line forming outside the women's washroom? Maybe a new location is necessary for increased visibility. For a company executive, a growing organization is a measure of profitability and success. For facilities professionals, this growth may be cause for stress.

"Statistically, the in-house person who's responsible for the move is most likely to get fired very shortly after the move occurs," says Diane Bashor, president at Overland Park, KS-based FMExtension. To guarantee that this statistic doesn't include you, follow these five steps to lead an organized and successful relocation.

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