The Agile Work Environment

The workplace is rapidly changing. Businesses are rushing to agile work environments to drive new levels of cost savings in space and real estate. Find out what’s fueling flexible workspaces and how your business can adopt an agile work environment.


Making Space Utilization Work for Your Organization

Accurate utilization data provides CRE teams greater insight into how the workplace is used. With these insights, they can make strong, evidence-based decisions.

Corporate real estate leaders are starting to shift away from working with old assumptions and manual processes. Instead, as new technology becomes more widely available and accessible, they are using automation and verifiable data to make their workplaces more efficient and effective.

If you’re just beginning to work with utilization data, or feel your team hasn’t yet tapped into its full potential, this guide will:

  • Show the differences between measuring space occupancy vs. space utilization
  • Illustrate the importance of accurately measuring utilization is today’s flexible workplaces
  • Provide examples of how CRE teams can use utilization data to bring more value to their organizations
  • Examine what’s to come as CRE and utilization data become more intertwined

Optimizing Corporate Real Estate for the Modern Workforce

As CRE leaders take on new roles and responsibilities, they must demonstrate competence in working with data and using it to their best advantage.

CRE leaders today are far more than just order-takers responding to requests. Now, they need to plan proactively and use strong evidence to make decisions and advise the C-suite. These changes are driven by the preponderance of Big Data in every aspect of the corporate environment.

However, working with so much data can be overwhelming and paralyzing. It can be challenging to get good data in the first place, and when you do, it’s difficult to figure out what’s useful, what’s not, and what to do with it. How are CRE professionals collecting, analyzing, and using Big Data?

Here’s what you’ll learn from this guide:

  1. How CRE teams can use data to improve their workplaces
  2. The challenges of working with Big Data
  3. What to know about evaluating data partners
  4. The importance of data integrity
  5. The benefits you can reap with Big Data

Best Practices for the Modern Workplace Environment

Workplace strategies to transform your office property from cost liability to business asset.

Are you facing mounting pressure to provide a modern workplace environment that attracts talent, drives collaboration, boosts productivity and improves employee experience?

CRE is moving beyond reducing space and cost, and taking on initiatives to transform the workplace experience. Fueling that shift is mounting evidence that the quality of the workplace impacts a company’s ability to produce and innovate. What are the best practices companies are following to meet those expectations?

Here’s what you’ll learn from this guide:

  1. The smart workplace strategy that helps you be ready to accommodate changing business needs
  2. How workplace can help attract and retain talent
  3. The one thing you must provide to improve employee experience
  4. Ideas for enabling collaboration and boosting productivity in the workplace
  5. The modern technology you need to successfully transform your workplace

Creating an Activity Based Working Strategy

Strategic companies have transitioned to an activity based working environment in order to meet the needs of the evolving workforce and align with business goals. Those companies are feeling success with increasing productivity, lowering property costs, and talent attraction and retention. But, how did they create their strategy?

Here’s what you’ll learn from this guide:

  • What is an activity based workplace
  • How to address misconceptions about the modern workplace
  • The four steps required for successful transition  
  • How to measure success of an activity based workplace 

We’ll also reveal why culture is crucial to success and how to implement change during the transition to a new working environment.  


Managing Workplace Utilization Guide

Utilization data helps workplace teams understand how their workplace portfolio is used in reality (as opposed to on paper). This data allows you to make fact-based decisions when looking at space requirements, for both everyday requests and for longer-term capacity planning.

In this guide, you’ll learn about the Internet of Things (IoT) and other technologies that can be used to collect workplace utilization data.  Some of the technologies we’ll explore are:

  • Low energy Bluetooth (iBeacon)
  • Lighting sensors
  • Desk sensors
  • Wi-Fi networks

Workplace Management Software Buyer’s Guide

The workplace management software solutions on the market differ significantly in their scope, design, technology, and ease of implementation.

These factors can greatly affect the value you can expect to gain from using the tool, as well as how quickly you can realize better space utilization, improved employee experience, and ultimately millions in cost savings.

This buyer’s guide will help you focus your evaluation on the key points that are proven to drive the results you need.