Work, as we know it, is changing. The jobs we hold, the spaces we occupy and the workflows we use have cracked under the pressure of the disruption brought by technological advancements. Organisations do not have to adapt to a new reality, but adaption is the new reality. The new tools, methods, policies, and ideas we’re adopting today may not be of much use tomorrow. In the near future the workspace as we once knew it is just a distant memory. During this session, Raphael Gielgen, Head Research & Trend Scouting at Vitra, will lead a thought provoking discussion on these future challenges, fundamental changes in the world of work and approaches to reinventing the future.
Corporate Real Estate (CRE) data has become a critical component of overall corporate digital information strategy. CRE analytics' potential impact on the wider business is huge. Companies that embrace internal and external data, manage its flow carefully but efficiently, and structure it to create actionable information and insight have a strong competitive advantage. There is a wide array of opportunities in CRE to drive operational efficiencies through quality data. This panel discussion will share the real life stories and data governance practices from the CRE experts that have started on the Data Governance journey. Join them for a rich discussion of how to successfully implement a coherent data centric strategy, challenges, and lessons learned.
Smart' cities, precincts, and buildings are drawing both tech companies and large corporations to specific locations, with many forces pulling in coworking space to join the party. Many are now looking to coworking space as the solution to flexible space for the more 'tech-focused' teams within their workforce who require the tech vibe. Digging deeper what does this mean for the rest of the portfolio? Research has shown that companies are using coworking space as a platform to drive innovation, secure access to talent pools and increase cost flexibility. What this also means is that CRE professionals of the same companies are now required to engage with a whole new suite of services related to coworking spaces. The opportunity for the next generation of CRE professionals now lies in curating clusters for their employees, clients and guests that integrate the human experience with data-driven services and smart technologies. The panel will debate the extent to which these changes in location and space provisions impact parts of their organizations, and the steps that should be taken for the remaining parts of their portfolio to reap the benefits of these 'smart' cities.
A market overview presentation held at a Chapter Event held in Mumbai on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.
BenchCoRE’s raison d’ être is to enable subscribers to benchmark their real estate metrics against those of their peers. But what’s a peer?That depends on how you look at it.
Rapid urbanization combined with increasing demand for goods and people to be moved in mass and at speed means that mobility matters more than ever. Logistics companies, mobility platforms, and vehicle Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are competing to lead the way, and have invested some $80 billion globally in Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).
In an environment of constant progress, more organizations are questioning how future technology could impact their operations. More so than almost any other development, the Internet of Things (IoT) offers immediate improvements to the employee experience, from enhanced organization to more efficient facility management that boosts productivity.
Our lives are a kaleidoscope of up to 500 emotional experiences per day. We may only be conscious of a fraction of them at any one time, but they color every interaction. With this understanding comes a recognition of the need to navigate these emotions in the workplace, meaning that emotional intelligence (EI) has become a core skill set for high-performing organizations and outstanding leaders today.
A presentation from a Middle East Chapter Event held on May 3, 2018.
Worker wellbeing is a hot topicand extends beyond measures of personal satisfaction or fulfillment. It's critical to an organization's ability to innovate and thrive.
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