From the survey of assets, planning, analysis of topics classified as critical, proposition and analysis of solving scenarios, through the general supervision of the work, with constant and in-person monitoring of all stages of transport, to the issuance of complete reports to mark the At the end of the job, everything was planned and managed by the Project & Development team of the global leader in commercial real estate services.
The perfect planning, tests and simulations of the possibilities, and the perfect execution that made up the management initiative of great complexity, earned the company recognition for the excellence in the services provided.
Team members participated in the recognition ceremony for their participation in the implementation of the Albert Einstein Teaching and Research Center – Cecilia and Abram Szajman Campus. On the occasion, everyone received a beautiful medal as a form of gratitude.
Rafael Venturi, Project Manager, says that he is grateful to be part of this iconic project in one of the largest teaching and research centers in Latin America: ''I could not fail to count on the professional and fundamental team for this project to happen'' , reports.
For Karina Silva, Project Analyst, participating in this grandiose project was a dream come true and synonymous with a lot of learning: ‘‘despite the challenge, we managed to exceed customer expectations and deliver with mastery. The medal we received symbolizes the recognition and trust for making this architectural landmark happen in the country. Gratitude to everyone who supported us, I hope to be able to participate and help in the next projects”, says.
Understanding moving management
What all movements have in common: the fundamental need for order. The more you plan for a change, the less problems will arise. For example, forgetting to update the company directory after an employee moves can be a problem, just as forgetting to delegate telephone network setup after an office shift can disrupt operations. In both cases, change management is critical.
At its core, change management is a tailored plan that meets the needs of a specific relocation. It involves identifying the entire scope of work (before and after), delegating tasks, and ensuring there is a process for everything.
Change management is about planning and coordinating the phases of a movement to ensure flawless execution, regardless of scale. This includes surveys, planning, communication, task delegation, monitoring, carrying out transport and handling, and finalizing.
Having a robust management approach reduces movement hurdles and keeps operations moving by identifying the critical activities at each of the stages of the change process, as well as the interconnectivity and dependency between them.
Critical steps of moving management:
• Identification of basic goals and timeline for change
• Stakeholder alignment meetings
• Understanding and surveying the needs of each area
• Mapping and inventory of items and equipment that will be moved
• Planning and moving schedule
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• Full supervision
• Risk monitoring and control
• Coordination of multiple teams
• Accurate identification
• Point-to-point control of loads
• Methodology and technology
Changes are necessary. Problems are predictable
Moving and relocating is increasingly common in the modern workplace, so a good motion management system is essential. Whether to expand or relocate employees, a centralized and flexible management system will make all the difference.
You may not be able to avoid moves, but with the right system to govern them, they won't seem so risky. Good motion management software also saves time, creates accountability, improves oversight, and minimizes errors.
Cushman & Wakefield makes it easy to anticipate change. Click here and learn more about Project Development services.