"Building APPA's Body of Knowledge Through DFaR Research"
Author: Reynolds, Gary L./Kinnaman, Maggie
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: July/August 2012
As we all know, without growth an organization cannot stay relevant. APPA’s strategy to achieve association growth and relevance was to establish CFaR in 2002. Taking a comprehensive view of research—and the goals of CFaR to not only create new knowledge but to disseminate that knowledge—means that such things as the annually conducted Facilities Performance Indicators survey and report, articles published in Facilities Manager, published books and more than 60 chapters resident in APPA’s digital BOK are included in our definition of research. Knoledge Builders column.
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