Below are the book and several articles written by Wynne, the president of Lodgepole by Callippe Solutions.
Whyman, W. This educational book teaches the system of property management, which is a combined effort by all departments. The eleven chapters describe the nuts and bolts for managing a property, beginning with the mission and ending with the risk management.
It is a comprehensive, educational book for facility staff, and equally important, board members, management, and owners charged with the complex and challenging task of managing and maintaining properties.
Outdoor Site and Facility Management: Tools for Creating Memorable Places will help you to provide the safe environment and positive atmosphere so important to creating memorable experiences for your participants.
A bound-in CD-ROM provides 48 editable forms and checklists that you can customize in the management and organization of your property, editable job descriptions, and a combined, comprehensive list of 600 books, articles, and online resources to easily find specialized information and local contacts. 232 pp.
On the publisher's web site below, there are 1) Three online book excerpts and 2) extensive book outline. Order the book through the Internet:
What people are saying about the book
Sheets, A., Thoensen, D. The Business Side of Camp. 2014. American Camp Association. W. Whyman was Subject Matter Expert: several quotes and references. 380 pages. Available in ACA bookstore.
The Business of Camp is for camp owners, directors, and executives of camps of all types and sizes—whether you are new to the camp business or have many years of experience. This book will help you deal efficiently with the business of camp so that you can spend more time doing what you love. This thorough resource contains information on setting up a new business, staffing, laws and regulations affecting camps, sites and facilities, technology, marketing, financial management, health and safety, food service, and much more.
|Franchino, V. 2012. Repair/remodeling plans keep camps operating smoothly. Risk Reporter for Camps and Conference Centers. A quarterly publication by Church Mutual Insurance Company. Fall issue. (1.2 Mb). The feature article includes interviews with W. Whyman (Lodgepole by Callippe Solutions), J. Oates (Kaleidoscope Inc), and R. Stryker (Camp Facilities Consulting).|
|Whyman, W. 2011. The Board Room. The Balance Scorecard: A simple tool can increase the organization's productivity. InSite, CCCA, May/June. 27.|
|Whyman, W. 2011. Happy Trails for Happy Campers: A Program for Trail Maintenance. Branches Online, PCCCA April.|
|Neiberger-Miller, A. 2009. Dirty jobs: Handling unexpected and messy maintenance tasks. InSite, CCCA. March/April. 32-33. Several quotes by Wynne and reference to Wynne's book, "Outdoor Site and Facility Management."|
|Whyman, W. 2009. Manage time spent on facility management: Setting priorities and asking staff for feedback are just two of the steps camps can take to improve their site and facilities. Canada Camps Magazine. Winter. 26-27.|
|Whyman, W. 2007. New Lenses on Site and Facility Management. Perspectives, International Association of Conference Center Administrators (IACCA). Issue 5 (Jan). [241 k, pdf]. Also available at the IACCA website|
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