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Report: London Corporate Real Estate Forum September 2015 Summary Members Only
As part of our new Strategic Insights Series, CoreNet Global’s Corporate Real Estate Forums replace Discovery Forums and elevate the conversation beyond real estate alone. We’re bringing you expert speakers on today’s most pressing business challenges: Talent, Risk, Leadership, Corporate Social Responsibility, Technology, and more. They’ll not only give you the latest insights on these crucial topics, but tell you what it all means for corporate real estate management.




Report: Seattle Corporate Real Estate Forum September 2015 Summary Members Only
As part of our new Strategic Insights Series, CoreNet Global’s Corporate Real Estate Forums replace Discovery Forums and elevate the conversation beyond real estate alone. We’re bringing you expert speakers on today’s most pressing business challenges: Talent, Risk, Leadership, Corporate Social Responsibility, Technology, and more. They’ll not only give you the latest insights on these crucial topics, but tell you what it all means for corporate real estate management.




Presentation: Understanding Generational Differences: Keys to Managing and Communicating with a Multigenerational Workforce Members Only
For the first time in history, four generations are in the workplace at the same time. They’re very different in mindset and expectations, and as a result, often have very different ideas as to what constitutes an ideal office or workspace. Those four generations include: • Veterans (sometimes also referred to as the “Silent” or “Traditionalist” generation): born between 1922 and 1945 • Baby Boomers: born between 1946 and 1964 • GenX (also referred to as Generation X or GenXers): born between 1965 and 1980 • GenY (also referred to as Generation Y, Millennials, or Echo Boomers): born between 1981 and 2000




Presentation: Part and Parcel: The Partnership between HR and CRE Members Only
“No decision is made in a vacuum in a company,” Jennifer began, “and we all serve many masters. The partnership between HR and corporate real estate (CRE) can lay the foundation for either deep success or frequent contention. Together these two organizations can drive innovation and a stellar employee experience – or a frigid détente.” CRE and HR need to work together closely in many ways, including location strategy, office strategy and much more. “But there’s just no way to please everyone with your workplace and office strategy,” she cautioned. . Companies generally need to do more in helping employees learn how to use space and make it work for them, she advised. “At Intel, we have a wide variety of workspace to let people be in the right environment for what they’re doing.”




Presentation: Selections of Unmanned Systems Research at the University of Washington Members Only
There’s been a great deal of media coverage lately about so-called “drones,” or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). More than just a technological marvel, they have plenty of potential to change the way business is done in the future – and even some aspects of corporate real estate management. Chris has been conducting research on UAVs for years. “Unmanned aircraft is not a new idea,” he explained. “It actually dates to the 1840s.” Today these aircraft are known by various names: unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), unmanned aerial systems (UAS), and drones. The name “drones” has stuck because it appears so often in the media. “But UAS is perhaps the most accurate because it’s not just the vehicle,” Chris said. ”It’s an entire system that makes it work.”




Report: Northern California Corporate Real Estate Forum September 2015 Summary Members Only
As part of our new Strategic Insights Series, CoreNet Global’s Corporate Real Estate Forums replace Discovery Forums and elevate the conversation beyond real estate alone. We’re bringing you expert speakers on today’s most pressing business challenges: Talent, Risk, Leadership, Corporate Social Responsibility, Technology, and more. They’ll not only give you the latest insights on these crucial topics, but tell you what it all means for corporate real estate management.




Presentation: The Urban Opportunity Members Only
Businesses setting up offices and other corporate facilities in urban areas receive numerous benefits, he stated. One of those is access to labor – to the millennial generation. Today’s younger workers tend to prefer urban locations. They are more oriented toward using mass transit than previous generations, and are less inclined to rely heavily on automobiles. Chris also illustrated the inefficiency of sprawling metro areas compared to more dense urban environments. Cities organized around automobile transportation eventually reach a point of paralysis, and their carbon footprint is large and wasteful.




White Paper: Effectively Measuring Knowledge Worker Productivity (Workplace Knowledge Community) Members Only
We’ve been chasing the elusive “holy grail” for a long time - dependable, repeatable ways to measure Knowledge Worker productivity – to help us to identify (and defend to the skeptics) aspects of the workplace that positively affect performance. To that end, in 2013 and 2014, Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA), a London-based workplace strategy consultancy, partnered with the Center for Evidence-Based Management (CEBMa), an Amsterdam-based organization who “researches” research and advocates for informed decision-making, to determine what is known about effectively measuring knowledge worker productivity. To do so, they undertook a critical appraisal of the best available academically rigorous evidence about how the productivity of knowledge workers can be measured – consistently and with validity. Allsteel was one of the sponsors of this important work.




Report: Chicago Corporate Real Estate Forum September 2015 Summary Members Only
As part of our new Strategic Insights Series, CoreNet Global’s Corporate Real Estate Forums replace Discovery Forums and elevate the conversation beyond real estate alone. We’re bringing you expert speakers on today’s most pressing business challenges: Talent, Risk, Leadership, Corporate Social Responsibility, Technology, and more. They’ll not only give you the latest insights on these crucial topics, but tell you what it all means for corporate real estate management.




Presentation: Robots: Separating Fact from Fiction & Potential Business Uses Members Only
Might so-called “drones,” or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), eventually be used to carry out corporate real estate-related tasks? Absolutely. According to Dr. Matthew Spenko, potential applications include security checks, inspection of roofs, buildings and cooling towers, virtual tours of construction sites, and more. And they might even be used in office buildings to gather occupancy and utilization data.

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