Advancing Your Real Estate Strategy and Portfolio Initiatives Through Program Support
As the world responds to societal shifts in how we live, work and travel, the commercial real estate office sector is continuing to rapidly evolve and change. Each organization will find their own
pathway to address integration of human-centered initiatives into their workplace. For owners and occupiers, this moment poses an opportunity to rethink how we approach these opportunities.
Finding Your Why in the Workplace
If ever there was a time for change, it is now.
The past two years of uncertainty have transformed how we live and work. With that transformation comes the unprecedented opportunity for self-reflection. Forced to hit the collective pause button, we find ourselves in a place in time like no other to re-evaluate our purpose, and re-think why we do what we do.
ESG and Life Science Workspaces
While maintaining focus on the development of transformational research and therapies, today’s life science organizations are embracing opportunities to sustain employee health and wellbeing and promote workplaces that thrive.
Join us for a thoughtful and informative discussion on the increasingly influential role of ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) on the life science workspace with a panel of CRE experts spanning design, client advisory, and end-user sides of the business.
CRE Forecast: Supply Chain Disruptions
Over the past 18 months, U.S. domestic and global events disrupted nearly all aspects of corporate real estate planning and execution. What began in March 2020 with a pandemic response resulting in temporary halts to construction and planning has evolved through world events into a permanent shift impacting the ways CRE organizations view budgets, schedules, priorities, and the role of the workplace itself.
Strategy Versus Policy: A Big Picture Look at How We Engage Our Workplaces
Stores and restaurants are opening to include more guests. Movie theaters are starting to welcome patrons again. And even Broadway has partially reopened. As vaccinations rise, more people are starting…
Move Smart, Not Hard
A successful move should be a forgone conclusion, like your luggage arriving with your plane at your destination. But when taken for granted and mismanaged, a bad move can leave a lasting impression that makes your people question the business strategy that led to it. And in this post-COVID world, where burnout is all too real for staff managing office transitions, having a strong, reliable, strategic partner in place can make all the difference.