CRE Review - September 2015
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CRE Review - September 2015

September 2015

Forecasting the Future – An Interview with Magnus Lindkvist: The world-renowned futurologist and keynote speaker for the CoreNet Global Summit in London shares his thoughts on the value of contrarianism, why the ‘War for Talent’ is a misnomer and why he doesn’t believe in trying to forecast the future in multiple-year time spans. Read the full interview >>>.

China – Manufacturing & Industrial Markets: 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. Read the full article >>> 

Wellness and the Workplace - The Wellness Integrator: Architects, designers and health professionals all agree that buildings and people should be well. But just how can we break the silos and ensure wellbeing infuses both the workplace environment and the employee experience? That’s a task for the wellness integrator; a role that in coming decades, could be a staple in most workplaces. Read the full article >>>.

Malaysia – Opportunities Ahead: Situated in South East Asia, Malaysia has been attracting increasing attention from the global economy. As an exporter of raw materials, Malaysia has previously relied upon its wealth of natural resources. In today's marketplace, Malaysia has become a major exporter of electronics and is pushing forward with growing the services sector. Read the complete report >>>.

Feeding The Peak – Time to Rethink Our Approach to Peak Usage? “...why do we keep constructing roads, railways, office spaces and energy infrastructure to serve peak demands when so much of this capacity is left unused for so much of the time? Read the full article >>>.

Multinational Corporations Weigh Risks vs. Rewards: Global corporations operating in Russia are managing a delicate balancing act that combines both long- and short-term strategies. Russia is considered by many global companies to be a strategically important market. Read the full article >>>

Innovating the Value Proposition for Corporate Real Estate: The focus of multinational corporations regarding the real estate workplace has evolved from the basic objective of minimizing costs to the more strategic objective of maximizing value. The revised mandate focuses on generating the optimal level of value from all available resources... Read the full article >>>.

Corporate Partner Spotlight: Interview with Greg Hunt, Director of Facilities Administration, Mary Kay Inc. Read the Q&A >>> .