ISS & Nordea: Facility Management in the Nordic Region

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    Abstract

    Nordea Bank had emerged as the largest financial group in the Nordic region. As part of its consolidated approach, Nordea’s top management had made the strategic decision to outsource a number of the company’s peripheral activities, such as catering, security, and cleaning, in order to focus on the core business of banking. In Denmark, Finland, and Sweden, some services had been outsourced to one of the leaders in the facility management (FM) market, the global service provider ISS. The relationship between Nordea and ISS on the delivery of facility services had a long history, but a new contract was successfully concluded by the end of 2010. Consequently, ISS was chosen as Nordea’s FM partner and would continually be providing Nordea with a scope of supportive services across 20 locations in the Nordic region. From 2010 and onwards, a significant switch was made to an output-based focus in the contract, where it was the quality of the delivered services that was specified rather than how to achieve this level of quality, i.e. the input. The change to an output-based contract was seen as a new beginning of a relationship that required significant changes on both sides in terms of mentality, organization, governance structures, and adjustments of expectations. Both the view of the customer (Nordea) and the supplier (ISS) are presented and contrasted in the case.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2012
    Place of PublicationLondon, ON
    PublisherIvey Publishing
    Number of pages19
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    ISS & Nordea : Facility Management in the Nordic Region. / Pedersen, Torben; Petersen, Bent.

    19 p. London, ON : Ivey Publishing. 2012, Case.

    Research output: Other contributionEducation

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