All businesses are motivated by a desire to improve business performance. No longer just a cost centre, occupiers are realizing that the workplace can be used to help drive a wider agenda of increased employee engagement, retention and motivation of talent, business productivity and broader cultural change. A workplace that can do all of these would present a panacea of opportunity to corporate occupiers.
Once the workplace strategists, the project management teams and change managers have assessed and transformed the people, process and place it is the facilities management teams who need to maintain the new cultures that these occupiers are seeking to adopt. It is key to educate facilities management teams in sustaining the change to ensure the benefits from the significant financial, emotional and time investment are fully realized. CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate consulting agency has developed a framework for organizations to evaluate their current places of work and develop potential options for future progression.
At this event, Edward Peters, Senior Director of Global Workplace Solutions, CBRE Asia Pacific joins Vincent Shih, Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft/General Manager, Corporate, External & Legal Affairs, Microsoft Taiwan, to explore some of the latest thinking on this subject – as part of leaders’ management toolkit, and advantages in reshaping a synergistic environment, employees’ behavior, culture and better business performance.