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The Relevance of Corporate Real Estate to Enterprise Success

Chicago Summit 2011 Breakout Session 12

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Publication Date: May - 2011
Document Type: Presentation
Publisher: CoreNet Global
Number Of Pages: 32


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Moderator:
Barry Varcoe, Global Head of Corporate Real Estate, Zurich Financial Services
 
Speaker:
Martha O'Mara, Ph.D., Lecturer, Exec Ed. & Special Programs Corporate Portfolio Analytics
Michael Leone, VP Global Corporate Sales, Regus
Tanya Penny, VP, Verizon Services Operations, Real Estate, Verizon
 
What is the impact that corporate real estate (CRE) has on overall enterprise performance? Is there any? If there is, which CRE practices make the biggest difference? Be the first to debate the implications of ground-breaking new research currently being undertaken exploring the relationship between the perceived value of corporate real estate management practices and the economic performance of business enterprises. Panelists will share results with particular focus on the perceived value proposition of proactive real estate strategy in terms and concepts that the "C-Suite" find most compelling, including the use of flexible/alternative offices, and non traditional sources of real estate, such as serviced offices.
 
Key Takeaways
 
* Thorough understanding of the level of beneficial impact CRE has on enterprise success
* CRE practices that make the most difference
* What needs to be done to drive improved performance in the future

Keywords:

Chicago Summit 2011, Regus, Verizon, C-Suite, Strategy, CRE, Operations, Supplier, Organizational Structure, Budgets, Reporting Line, Telework, Policy