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Aligning Workplace Strategy Across International Boundaries

Paris Summit 2011 SNAP Breakout Session 13B

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Publication Date: Sep - 2011
Document Type: Presentation
Publisher: CoreNet Global
Number Of Pages: 24


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20 September, 2011
 
Moderator:
Timothy Asson, Director, EMEA Corporate Solutions, Colliers International
 
Speakers:
Gregor Sieben, Head of Corporate Investment Controlling and Real Estate Management, Henkel
Dennis Potts, Project Manager, Dennis Potts Project Management
Ted Heisler, Ware Malcomb
 

Henkel Innovation Center demonstrates the development of a new European standard successfully implemented in the U.S. By incorporating corporate office with laboratory, manufacturing and research innovation spaces while staying aligned with its culture of innovation and manufacturing excellence, Henkel exemplified an organization's ability to successfully undergo significant changes to office standards, workplace strategy, and collaborative environments. Panelists representing different perspectives, including corporate real estate, project manager, and design, will share all dimensions of the real estate transaction, from inception of lease strategy through move in. Learn about the project's goals, process, outcomes, team approach, and tactics for success in creating a workplace model that enhances collaboration and promotes a culture of pride and engagement among employees.
 

Key Takeaways
? Workplace strategies that promote efficiency, decrease expenses and manage shifts in corporate culture
? Strategies for maximizing the value of your lease transaction

Keywords:

Paris Summit 2011, Workplace Strategies, Global, Diversity, Change Management, Furniture, Design