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Ian Gray

Chair
Institute of Asset Management (Confirmed)

A business unit director, sector business developer and technical director with over 30 years’ experience in large multi-sector commercial, environmental and engineering consultancies following several years in a power sector design and construct contracting company. Ian has a breadth of international experience and a broad range of roles in consultancy, he has the ability to operate at senior level within the business and provide strategic advice to clients. Using transferable skills from the water and power sectors Ian has also led and undertaken work in the waste, central government and agencies sectors. MIAM, IAM Endorsed Assessor Specialties: Asset Management, Business Change Management, Facilitation, Business Direction, Business Development, Technical Direction, Key Account Direction, Sector Develoment,

  • Over the past decade there has been seismic shifts in the political, economic, social and technological environment. It has had a profound impact on the way organisations are looking at their future and that in turn is challenging FM to adapt into a new industrial age, far removed from the one in which the profession was conceived. This panel will explore:
    • The shift from managing buildings to enabling communities
    • The role of emerging technology and how it will impact the profession and organisations it serves
    • The role of metrics; from building costs to people analytics
    • The emerging skills gap as demands increase
    • What the future may hold as ways of working continue to evolve
    • How Smart Working is transforming workplace attitudes and behaviours