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"The Six Principles of Facilities Stewardship"
Author: Kaiser, Harvey H.,Klein, Eva,
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: January/February 2010

Facilities stewardship means high-level and pervasive commitment to optimize capital investments, in order to achieve a high-functioning and attractive campus. It includes a major commitment to capital asset preservation and quality. Stewardship is about the long view of an institution's past and future. It ultimately forms the backdrop for hundreds of discrete facilities investment and management decisions. Ultimately, facilities stewardship is one of the most compelling responsibilities of institutional leadership. And facilities stewardship embodies the values of the institution from the very first initiatives of any renewal process. This article discusses the six principles of facilities stewardship. (Contains 1 note.)

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