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.
Real estate market outlook for 2018.
Today’s organizations must support the many ways customers now expect to interact with them—email, web chat, social media, self-service channels, and video chat—in addition to telephone communication. The traditional business model is quickly changing, evolving from “call” centers to “contact” centers. Business leaders are investing in new technologies and in hiring and supporting high-quality talent to handle increasingly complex interactions.
The sight of empty desks can send shivers down the backs of corporate real estate professionals. Yetsome research suggests that nearly 50 percent of office space is vacant at any one time, and employeesare mobile 50 to 60 percent of the time. Whether employees are visiting a client, working remotely, orholed up in a meeting room, their empty desks often represent wasted space and expense.
To better align real estate with actual use and reduce costs, many companies are experimenting withunassigned workspaces. Unassigned workspace helps put empty desks to use, can fit more workers intoan existing space, and allows companies to decrease their second-largest corporate cost: real estate.
A Case Study with AGE.
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