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Facilities Manager Magazine
March/April 2014
Getting Better All The Time

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Features

New Thinking and Rethinking Generate Innovative Strategies, Best Practices
by Anita Blumenthal

Leadership: The Heart of Excellence
by Joseph K. Han

APPA 2014 Centennial Conference Preview
by Various Authors

Departments

From the Editor
Helping Military Engineers Transition to Campus Facilities
by Steve Glazner

Facilities Digest
by Anita Dosik

Executive Summary
Implementation of the Integrated Institutional Membership – A Reality!
by E. Lander Medlin

From the APPA Board
Those Who Make Things Happen
by Mary Vosevich

Membership Matters
Who Do You Lean On for Professional Support?
by Peter Strazdas

Enabling Leadership
Does Your Organization Need a Shot of Motivation?
by Joe Whitefield

Code Talkers
The Growing Mandate for Green Buildings
by Mark Goska and John Bernhards

Facility Asset Management
The “Line in the Sand” Between Auxiliaries and Central Plant
by Matt Adams

Knowledge Builders
APPA’s 2013 FPI Report, A Sneak Peek
by Maggie Kinnaman

APPA U Wrap-Up
by Suzanne Healy

The Bookshelf
by Theodore J. Widner

New Products
by Gerry Van Treeck

Index of Advertisers
by Various Authors

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