The boundaries of space and use are blurred as we live in an increasingly "coeverything” world. The sharing economy has eliminated market inefficiencies while providing cost savings for consumers and tapping into the demand for increased access. The shorter-term sharing of homes, music and vehicles are bleeding into slightly longer-term sharing of offices, retail space and apartments—epresenting shifts in consumer habits and varying degrees of disruption.
Advancements in technology have changed the workplace dramatically. It wouldn’t be unusual to simply scan your employee badge and have an elevator take you directly to your floor, where you could pick up your custom-made cappuccino on the way to your climate-controlled office. It doesn’t get much smarter than that. But, all too often, building operators are introducing more smart technologiesto the mix to improve operational efficiency, comfort and functionality without having a management strategy in place. And that, in itself, is not so smart—or safe.
E-scooters and bikes, referred to as micro-mobility, are reshaping transportation in cities around the world. The future of transit is filled with lightweight electric vehicles giving people the ability to travel and move quickly and cheaply. Micro-mobility is one of the fastest growing transportation trends in recent history in terms of adoption.
A presentation from Energie.
The rapid pace of technological innovation has had a meaningful impact on corporate real estate. In this podcast, Lisa Stanley CEO of OSCRE, discusses the importance of harnessing data and developing a digital ecosystem for better decision making. She explains the skills needed for senior real estate executives to lead effectively in this new environment.
Dera Arnold, Mitchell Bobman, and Joan Meyers from Gensler discuss ways in which businesses can leverage utilization and activity data to improve your workplace.
Digital technologies have the potential to transform businesses across all industry sectors, but most life sciences companies have not yet made the bolder moves other sectors have in taking advantage of their capabilities.
JLL and CoreNet Global developed this research survey to identify who, why and how organizations are tracking their utilization, today and tomorrow. Our goal was to understand how your utilization tracking efforts are (or aren’t) impacting portfolio optimization.
Patrick Flynn of TIAA Bank discusses his company’s experience working with Steve Soldavini and Preferred Office Network to get new offices up and running quickly.
Moderated by Tim Venable, SVP at CoreNet Global.
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