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Workplace Strategy

Contribute to your company’s overall success by improving the productivity of your workspaces and your people

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We develop workplace strategies that support the changing nature of work, helping your business adapt to rapidly evolving market conditions and commercial priorities. Economic uncertainty, cost pressures, growth agendas, talent shortages and increasing competition are just some of the reasons you need inherent occupancy flexibility. A workplace strategy that accommodates tighter budgets, a shifting workforce and other occupancy challenges will better enable you to meet short- and long-term business objectives.

Our global team of workplace specialists works with you to develop, implement and manage a strategy that transforms work, optimizes place and enhances employee experience. We create a practical implementation roadmap, with proactive change management and communication plans, to deliver enduring workplace change.​


Engaged Workplace of the Future

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Workplace-Strategy-More-about_4.jpgWorkplace Strategy Trends

Some key findings with respect to workplace productivity, workplace transformation, and outsourcing of related CRE services are summarized in the sketch below.

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Workplace-Strategy-More-about_1.jpgForget the workplace… for now​​​ 

It’s time to focus your workplace productivity strategy where it matters most. Our latest research outlines how you can start the journey toward designing a workplace strategy that drives real value for your organization.    


Workplace-Strategy-More-about_2.jpgMaking it real: Putting the new model for real estate value to work

This paper takes an in-depth look at how corporate real estate can drive workplace value and increase productivity within your organization. 

Workplace-Strategy-More-about_3.jpgTime, productivity and value: Do you have the right working equation?​

This paper introduces a game-changing way to think about the real estate portfolio’s role in an organization, positioning it as a flexible tool for supporting your business strategies.