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Efficiency of facility management: theoretical aspects

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The article presents facility management effectiveness analysis taking into account theoretical aspects and scientific literature resources. Facility management concepts and its differences amongst Lithuania and other countries is provided within this article, highlighting the latest ISO 41001:2018 Facility management standard, which application is expected to expand the market development for facility management services. Furthermore, the article includes a discussion on the facility management transformation due to the newest technologies. Lastly, the article reveals scientific research results and factors influencing the facility management effectiveness.


Pastatų valdymo efektyvumas: teoriniai aspektai


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Straipsnyje atlikta pastatų valdymo efektyvumo analizė, remiantis teoriniais aspektais ir mokslinės literatūros šaltiniais. Pateikiama pastatų valdymo samprata ir jos skirtumai Lietuvoje ir užsienio šalyse, išryškinami naujausio ISO 41001:2018 „Pastatų valdymo“ standarto ypatumai, kurio taikymas, tikimasi, sustiprins pastatų valdymo paslaugų rinkos plėtrą. Aptariama pastatų valdymo transformacija, išskiriant naujausias taikomas technologijas. Straipsnyje išryškinami mokslinių tyrimų rezultatai ir veiksniai, lemiantys efektyvų pastatų valdymą.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: pastatų valdymas, efektyvumas, inovacijos.

Keyword : facility management, efficiency, innovation

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Babinskė, J., & Apanavičienė, R. (2020). Efficiency of facility management: theoretical aspects. Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis / Science – Future of Lithuania, 12. https://doi.org/10.3846/mla.2020.11348
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