Getting Smart with your Facilities Management

As a facilities manager, your top-level concern is keeping people healthy and safe. Designing and implementing a successful facilities management strategy means not only having to consider the provision and functionality of a space, identifying and integrating the services required to operate and maintain that space, but also helping your organization understand the costs and…

Rule #89 – No Place for Strangers

When it comes down to doing business, whether in the federal or commercial arena, people do business with people they know, like, and trust. Although your company may have superior capabilities and a talented team, if the client does not know who you are, nine times out of ten they’ll choose your competitor. It all…

Rule #88 – Purging Procrastination

Everyone’s done it. You have a deadline, but you’re not quite motivated to complete it just yet, so you don’t. Unfortunately, procrastination has a drastic effects on the workplace, so it’s best to work hard to prevent it. Thankfully, there are several solid solutions. Hold your employees accountable. If you clearly communicate what needs to…

Celebrating SAMS Ninth Year of Business

There’s nothing traditional about a 17-year-old girl growing up near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, who joins the Army, gets married, decides to go back to school to earn her computer electronics degree while taking care of three small children, goes on to earn two more degrees, and starts a successful business that earns numerous awards. But then…