Leases, Locations, and Employees: Driving Workplace Decisions with Integrated Technology Wednesday, 2 November 2022 from 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Location
W-183 A (Level 1)
Session Type
Learning Experience

It's no secret that managing your physical space and your overall lease portfolio are now more strategically intertwined than ever. Ongoing space optimization is part of day-to-day facilities management, and space utilization has a huge influence on lease portfolio decisions. As employers have accepted the need to provide flexible hybrid work environments, some have empowered their employees with self-service workplace management tools that provide touchless sign-in/sign-out, desk booking, and room reservation capabilities. But technology can go far beyond enabling operational tasks – the data collected from workplace management systems can inform decisions around space usage as well as strategic lease portfolio management.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand how interconnected technologies can provide insights and drive strategy around workplace, real estate, and operations management.

  • Identify key data points that influence decisions for space utilization and employee productivity.

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of your current systems and determine the steps required to improve data visibility.

Speakers

Portrait photo of Vik Bangia, MCR Vik Bangia, MCR
CEO, Verum Consulting, LLC
Speaker
Portrait photo of Larry Barkley Larry Barkley
Managing Partner, Barkley Advisory Group LLC
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Portrait photo of Craig Gillespie Craig Gillespie
Vice President and Managing Director Occupier Division, MRI Software
Speaker
Portrait photo of Katherine Huh Katherine Huh
Partner, Real Estate, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Speaker

Topics

Facilities Management, Technology & Portfolio Management Tools, Workplace Strategy

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