GSA Mobility Pilot: Lessons Learned

GSA Mobility Pilot: Lessons Learned

October 2014

Like the private sector, the federal government is trying to reduce its portfolio footprint and better utilize space. GSA boldly used its own 4,500 people headquarters as an aggressive pilot project for the entire Federal government portfolio; and, the results were savings over $24 million annually. The goals achieved were to increase organizational performance, double the capacity, and explore new ways of working. This session will share business performance, workplace strategy, and change management lessons learned that can be used in your own organization. Speakers: Michael Gelber; Charles Hardy, AIA, BArch; Steve Johnson; Janet Pogue McLaurin, AIA, IIDA, LEED AP

Keywords: Washington D.C. Summit 2014, Strategy, Space, Agile, Open, Pattern

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