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Presentation: Standortentwicklung Lülsdorf Members Only
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Report: The Global Economy (The Bigger Picture: The Future of Corporate Real Estate) Members Only
In an era of rapid change, one factor that is now taken for granted is the globalization of work, culture, and the economy. The world is increasingly interconnected, with news circulating from San Francisco to Sydney in milliseconds and reams of information instantly available to anyone with a phone. This creates endless opportunities for business. Nearly every market in the world is open to everyone regardless of where home base is, and there often seems to be nothing standing in the way of growth. But as anyone who has tried to open a satellite office knows, it is rarely that simple. For every opportunity, there is a challenge to be overcome. Issues of globalization necessarily lead to questions of local significance, as the governmental regulations and cultural norms in Lagos are very different than they are in St. Petersburg. And if most markets are open to competition, the rules governing that competition are not always the same. Finally, the openness of global markets means that problems in one city or nation are very likely to impact every other in some form.


Multimedia: CoreNet Global and Deloitte Performance Management in Corporate Real Estate Survey (webinar recording) Members Only

This webinar revealed the results of the Performance Management Survey conducted by CoreNet Global and Deloitte. In 2012 CoreNet Global and Deloitte conducted a Performance Management Survey of CRE leaders. The survey focused on current and future trends in performance measurement and management, and it generated insights for CoreNet Global membership and students in the MCR program. In 2016, we reprised the survey with the aim of exploring how CRE organizations are evolving their performance management capabilities and where challenges continue to limit organizational maturity. In addition, the survey delved into technology and data related practices and challenges for performance management, as well as the alignment of the CRE performance management program with broader business objectives.

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Presentation: CoreNet Global and Deloitte Performance Management in Corporate Real Estate Survey (presentation slides) Members Only

This webinar revealed the results of the Performance Management Survey conducted by CoreNet Global and Deloitte. In 2012 CoreNet Global and Deloitte conducted a Performance Management Survey of CRE leaders. The survey focused on current and future trends in performance measurement and management, and it generated insights for CoreNet Global membership and students in the MCR program. In 2016, we reprised the survey with the aim of exploring how CRE organizations are evolving their performance management capabilities and where challenges continue to limit organizational maturity. In addition, the survey delved into technology and data related practices and challenges for performance management, as well as the alignment of the CRE performance management program with broader business objectives.

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Report: The Future of Cities (The Bigger Picture: The Future of Corporate Real Estate) Members Only
It’s no surprise that business, and the economy as a whole, is becoming increasingly urbanized. For half a century, many companies moved from city centers to suburban campuses in order to expand, control their environments, and be closer to workers’ homes. In the past decade, we have seen a reversal to this trend as many of the same companies relocated to urban hubs for a mix of reasons. Among these is access to transit and the most advanced technology, as well as the continuing desire for proximity to workers. What has changed in this last instance is that young professionals, as well as some empty-nesters, have made lifestyle decisions to live in the city centers that had fallen out of favor with earlier generations.


Multimedia: CoreNet Global and Cushman & Wakefield Urbanization Survey (webinar recording) Members Only
This webinar revealed the results of our survey collaboration with Cushman & Wakefield on Urbanization. The survey sought to understand the motivations behind why corporations choose to either move to urban areas or choose to not move to urban areas. It also gave an insight into where respondents expect companies, millennials, and established professionals to live.

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