CRE Review - July 2016
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CRE Review - July 2016

July 2016

Technology as a Change Catalyst: Are You Prepared? Today's worker is more mobile and more connected than ever before, which means that businesses can operate anywhere. Especially in mature urban centers, the pushback against escalating real estate leasing and ownership costs is escalating.

Balancing Workplace Design for Extroverts – and Introverts: One in every three people is an introvert. Each one of us falls somewhere on the introvert-extrovert spectrum. Our place on this spectrum determines the kind of personality we are and how, in turn, it influences our choices in everything we do: the kind of work we do, how we choose to do that work, how we interact with others, and how we resolve conflicts within ourselves or with our teams.

The Sharing Economy has Plans for Corporate Real Estate: Sharing is a simple concept. At the most basic level, sharing is using something jointly with another. It is a central philosophy around how children are raised. Interject the word "economy" after "sharing" and watch adults argue about its true meaning.

The Future of CRE – Executive Summary: While no one can predict the future with certainty, this much is clear: the future of corporate real estate (CRE) won't look anything like its past. We live in a world that is more globally connected than ever before, changing more rapidly than ever before, and constantly disrupted by technological innovation. It is replete with both risks and opportunities.

Call for Proposals for the APAC Summit is Open: Share your strategies and concepts for the future with your peers by facilitating a learning session at the next APAC Global Summit in Shanghai.