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Report: Sodexo - 2015 Workplace Trends Report
Sodexo's 2015 Workplace Trends Report combines insight from principal research, clients, academia, and leading facilities management and human resource trade organizations. The company's researchers used mixed-method research to monitor and collectively examine trends that affect the quality of life of consumers in the workplace. This approach included traditional quantitative measures such as end user satisfaction and preference surveys, psychographic analysis at client sites, social media monitoring and a literary review consisting of consultant reports, academic and trade journals, and information from industry associations.

Research Report: Workplace Efficiency and Effectiveness: New Directions
Change in the workplace is changing the way workplace efficiency and effectiveness are measured. Past approaches no longer work, and new quantitative methods are emerging that enable businesses to optimize their investment in office space.

Presentation: The Global Built Asset Performance Index
ARCADIS report ‘Built Asset Performance Index’ assesses how the performance of built assets contribute to national GDP comparing the performance of the key economies globally. With plenty of insight, surprising data and a host of discussion points Chris Seymour Head of Buildings at ARCADIS EC Harris takes you through this interesting piece of work and poses (with answers) the following questions:- What proportion of a country’s GDP can be attributed to built assets?; Which countries generate the greatest returns?; How are the Middle East buildings and infrastructure performing?; What opportunities does this create?

Article: Strategy & Portfolio Planning Community Newsletter
The CoreNet Global Strategy & Portfolio Planning (SPP) Community Knowledge Advisory Panel has been hard at work over the past year to develop original, new content that is available for SPP Community members to access and learn from their colleagues. The model of the Core Net Global Knowledge Communities has changed over this time. It is our hope that the development of this new content can help to actively engage the SPP Community and provide the opportunity for members to step in to help with our research efforts and lend their knowledge, expertise and voice to the discussion. Contact information can be found at the bottom of this newsletter.

Report: What Occupiers Want: Bridging the gap between aspiration and reality Members Only
DTZ and CoreNet Global conducted a major survey with corporate occupiers on what drives their decision making in three key areas: • Location • Building • Workplace. The survey focused on both inspirational and strategic drivers as well as practical, decision-making factors. The 154 respondents were predominantly from large global or regional organisations with over 75% occupying properties in more than 25 locations and 50% occupying properties in more than 75. All industry sectors were well represented. This survey is essentially a health check, exploring where the industry is in its quest to elevate the debate from cost to value. It indicates that there is still a major gap to bridge between aspiration and reality.

Research Report: China: Manufacturing & Industrial Market Members Only
China is in the throes of transformative change as its industrial and manufacturing markets continue to mature. Those changes are having a sweeping effect on corporate location decisions, supply chain management and business strategy. In recent years, China has been working harder to distance itself from its early role as a low cost producer of goods and position itself as an advanced manufacturer and hub for innovation, R&D and higher technology.

Presentation: Corporate Real Estate Management bei Swisscom Members Only
Historisches Wachstum und flexible Marktorientierung internationaler Konzerne als Auslöser eines fast schon lebendigen, heterogenen Immobilienportfolios. Aufgrund der gewachsenen Vielfalt der Gebäudenutzungsarten steht das moderne CREM immer wieder vor neuen Herausforderungen um immobilienspezifische Aufgaben in einer Zentralen Einheit zu bündeln. Daher stellt sich die Frage wie eine solche Bündelung, auch organisatorischer Natur, durchgeführt werden sollte und mit welchen Erfolgen, aber auch Misserfolgen man dabei rechnen kann.

Article: Asia Productivity: The Coming Challenge Members Only
This presentation was presented in conjunction with ' The Productivity Imperative' session at the Hong Kong Summit in March 2015.

Research Report: China: Developing Corporate Real Estate Structure and Business Alignment Members Only
The corporate real estate (CRE) profession has been concentrating on a paradigm shift from that of “order taker” to strategic partner within organizations. The role of CRE is evolving in response to changes within the real estate industry, the workplace and the broader global economy. But the pace of that change varies widely within individual organizations and within different regions around the globe. China, which has undergone dramatic economic change in the past two decades, is now seeing that developing economy effect change across CRE structure of both multinationals (MNC) operating in China and Chinese national and international firms.

Research Report: Corporate Real Estate in India: Aligning with the Business and Creating Value Members Only
The real estate sector in India is an important one. From the booming residential sector, looking to contribute to the needs of a growing population, to the retail sector, catering to the demands of an increasingly wealthy middle class, there is a lot of activity surrounding the built environment in India. Similarly, with the economy improving, and India still on the radar for many multinational corporations (MNCs), the demand for office space has been growing as well. According to a recent report, in 2014 the demand for office space increased 11 percent over that of 2013. This thriving need for space has meant the real estate sector has become an important contributor to the economy.

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