Volume 7 (2017-18)

Each volume of Corporate Real Estate Journal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in the current volume, Volume 7, are:

Volume 7 Number 4

  • Editorial: CRE 4.0 — where vision meets tradition
    Thomas Glatte, Editorial Board member
  • Lufthansa New Workspace — a change project: A case study
    Bettina Reichart, HR, Lufthansa
  • New rules, new strategies: How the changes to lease accounting rules impact leasing decisions
    Michael Billing, Managing Director, JLL Consulting
  • Building data governance capabilities in corporate real estate : A practical guide to improving data governance maturity
    Ian Cameron, Chief Innovation Officer, OSCRE
  • Artificial Intelligence and machines : A curse or blessing for corporate real estate?
    Michael Ewert, Business Intelligence & Business Solutions in EMEA, JLL, Dominika P. Brodowicz, Assistant Professor, Innovative City Department, Warsaw School of Economics and Przemyslaw Pospieszny, EMEA Data Lab, JLL
  • What could work for future workplaces, beyond working?
    Christopher Hood, Director, Advanced Workplace Associates and Anupam Nanda, Professor of Urban Economics and Real Estate; Academic Director, Centre for Intelligent Places; Director of MSc Real Estate Finance programme, Henley Business School, University of Reading
  • Elevating corporate real estate : Changing how CRE organisations work to enable the business
    John M. Vazquez, Senior Vice President, GRE, Verizon

Volume 7 Number 3

  • Editorial: The future of work
    Dr. Barry Varcoe, Head of Global Real Estate & Facilities Open Society Foundations
  • The One Team approach : How Dell EMC brought together competitive, disparate service providers across EMEA to create a united real estate and FM family
    Bruce Barclay
  • Sustainability goes mainstream : How health and wellbeing is changing real estate
    Richard Francis, Founder and Principal, The Monomoy Company and Elinor Huggett, Sustainability Advisor, UKGBC
  • Real estate’s digital transformation: Pragmatic disruption
    Tama Huang, Principal and Global Real Estate Advisory Services Leader, Vincent Dermody, Managing Director, and Naseem Wenzel, Partner, CohnReznick
  • The Generation Z world : Shifts in urban design, architecture and the corporate workplace
    Celine M. Larkin, Master Planning and Urban Design, William H. Hendrix, architect, urbanist, and principal, HGA Architects and Engineers and Melissa Jancourt, co-lead, HGA Work | SIGHT
  • Delivering and managing high productivity, low cost workplaces : A data driven perspective
    Chris Lees
  • Hybrid space making: Rethinking the bank branch experience for the digital age
    Klaus Sandbiller, UniCredit and Jeremy Myerson, Helen Hamlyn Chair of Design, Royal College of Art
  • Coworking and the disruption of the current corporate real estate model
    Kay Sargent, Senior Principal, Director of WorkPlace, Julia Cooper, regional leader of consulting, Beate Mellwig, vice president and regional leader, interiors practice, and Margaret McDonald, principal, HOK
  • Choosing the right sourcing model for CRE outsourcing agreements
    Kate Vitasek, faculty member for Graduate and Executive Education, University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business Administration, Ingrid M. Fenn, Co-Founder, CEO and President, Michele Flynn, Co-Founder & Executive Chairman, SIREAS

Volume 7 Number 2

  • Editorial: Harnessing the power of emerging technologies starts with data governance
    Lisa Stanley, OSCRE International
  • Confronting the conflict of interest dilemma in commercial real estate representation
    Jim Underhill, Cresa
  • How technology shapes us: Getting the best from technology and the human brain in the changing world of CRE
    Fiona Kerr, Adelaide University
  • Changing dynamics of corporate real estate: The rise of coworking spaces
    Surabhi Arora, Colliers International
  • Challenges and strategies for incorporating Generation Z into the workplace
    Curtis A. Knapp, Christine Weber and Sarah Moellenkamp, HOK
  • Improving your workplace — and bottom line — through intelligent (and dynamic) space management
    Michael Kruklinski, Siemens
  • CRE and finance roles in the impact of lease accounting changes : Whose baby is it?
    Sylvia Koh, JLL and Ming Lee Chua, Cushman & Wakefield
  • Market outlook — demystifying the Indian real estate landscape
    Ramesh Nair, JLL
  • Buildings emerge as drivers of health and profits
    Scott Muldavin, The Muldavin Company, Chris R. Miers, Bard Consulting and Ken McMackin, Haas School of Business

Volume 7 Number 1

  • Editorial: Workplace environment has the power to shape organisational culture
    Beau Everett, NYU Langone Health
  • The global cities: Continuous reinvention and implications for CRE
    James Roberts, Knight Frank
  • How integrated data changes real estate portfolio decisions: Shell’s property strategy case studies
    Jaco van Noppen, Shell
  • Positive energy buildings: Unilever Europe/South Africa case studies
    Mauritz Kruger, HaskoningDHV, Johan van der Walt and Robert Tuinenburg, Unilever
  • Applying a governance framework to an evolving outsourcing contract of public sector real estate management
    Tony Gill, Gill Advisors
  • Cybersecurity in the built environment: Can your building be hacked?
    Chris Grundy, Cundall
  • Visions and developments for buildings in the digital age
    Stephan Wilhelm, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering
  • Healthy choices: GSK’s internal and external partnering strategies for growth in Asia
    Paul Rogers, Caroline Burns, Workplace Revolution, Jacqueline K. Cupper and Dominic Monkman, GSK
  • Successful strategies for saving energy and water: The Better Buildings partnership continues to spur collaboration and innovation
    Maria Tikoff Vargas, US Department of Energy
  • Smart Buildings, the Cloud and wellness
    Tom Watson, PureLiving China