Snap Session 17A: The CRE Influence on Corporate Productivity: Findings from the 2010 Integrated Occupancy Services Summit

Snap Session 17A: The CRE Influence on Corporate Productivity: Findings from the 2010 Integrated Occupancy Services Summit


November 2011

Moderator: Bryan Berthold, MCR, Workplace Strategist & Real Estate Leader, Altisource Portfolio Solutions A) The CRE Influence on Corporate Productivity: Findings from the 2010 Integrated Occupancy Services Summit Speakers: Skip Beebe, Ledbetter Professor of Real Estate Management, Georgia Institute of Technology Brian Collins, Group Manager, Global Workplace Strategies, Microsoft Charemon Tovar, MCR, Director, CB Richard Ellis / Sprint Knowledge workers are valued for their ability to advance expertise to solve problems and influence company decisions, priorities and strategies. Many corporate real estate groups, in partnership with HR and IT, are tasked with creating and maintaining environments that enhance the performance and output of the knowledge worker. Panelists from Microsoft, Georgia Institute of Technology and CB Richard Ellis will discuss what it means to be productive, how CRE influences and doesn't influence the process, what metrics are considered valuable to the overall business strategy, and how CRE can positively influence knowledge worker performance. Key Takeaways ? Learn where and how CRE interacts effectively with other functional areas and how they may better collaborate ? Prioritize process drivers allowing for knowledge worker success, consider corporate decisions affecting these drivers, and the impact CRE and its partners have in driving productivity

Keywords: Atlanta Summit 2011, Workplace, Productivity, Survey, Georgia Tech, Knowledge, Knowledge Worker, Space Syntax

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