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Models of coworking
Four core models are being applied by organizations seeking to exploit the benefits of coworking

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Action plan for introducing coworking

“More companies are considering co-working as an extension to their real estate strategy—to build in business agility and to provide employees with more control to get productive work done.” 

– Grant Morrison, Head of Consulting, Asia Pacific, JLL

From co-working to 'pro-working'

Coworking is no longer perceived as a new age workplace practice, suitable only for start-ups. More and more companies of different sizes and from different industries are exploring the benefits.

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Grant Morrison 

Head of Consulting, Asia Pacific

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An action plan
The key steps to consider for companies who are seeking to incorporate coworking into their real estate strategy
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Benefits and Barriers
Benefits that result from coworking could also expose an organization to risks such as culture, security and privacy issues

Dinesh Acharya

Head of Consulting, Australia

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Claire Stephens

Head of Consulting, China

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Are smart buildings smart for business?

Smart buildings drive smart outcomes across your business – from reducing costs and increasing productivity, to enhancing the employee experience and elevating your brand.

The rise of digital CRE – and how smart building technologies can help your organization enter the digital age

The business case for smart buildings – whether you’re a CRE owner, occupier, or investor

Insights into how smart buildings can create higher-quality, innovative experiences for your employees – and drive productivity in the process

Key highlights

It’s clear that the FM profession has changed dramatically in the past five years, largely due to the convergence of technological, workplace and facilities trends. Business priorities are evolving at lightning speed, organizations seek partners that are dynamic and agile, and executives are increasingly prioritizing worker enablement and the employee experience. The result is that FM must become a digital business.” 

– Maureen Ehrenberg, International Director for Integrated Facilities Management, JLL 

Smart building systems with interactive controls create a direct feedback loop between building occupants and the built environment, which is absent in legacy building systems. Offering employees the opportunity to leverage this feedback loop to optimize their comfort levels is an important step in creating a more productive workplace.

– Dr. Panagiota Karava, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at Purdue University and faculty at Purdue's Center for High Performance Buildings

APAC Integrated Facilities Management Lead

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Susheel Koul

International Director and Chair of the Global Board
Integrated Facilities Management

Maureen Ehrenberg

  • Smart buildings create a direct feedback loop between building occupants and the built environment to optimize comfort levels, creating a more productive and innovative workplace
  • With smart technology, facility managers are able to monitor, manage and optimize building operations in real-time
  • Investors are learning that today’s smart building technology is more available and affordable than ever before, with shorter payback periods and improved return on investment
  • Smart buildings create a direct feedback loop between building occupants and the built environment to optimize comfort levels, creating a more productive and innovative workplace
  • With smart technology, facility managers are able to monitor, manage and optimize building operations in real-time
  • Investors are learning that today’s smart building technology is more available and affordable than ever before, with shorter payback periods and improved return on investment
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EMEA Integrated Facilities Management Lead

Yash Kapila

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