Deliver the Workplace of the Future
Meet the needs of the evolving workforce, and attract, enable, and retain top talent by optimizing physical resources while reducing costs.
Traditional office spaces are obsolete. The new workspace supports flexibility. The next-generation work environment features adjustable work spaces with video conferencing in rooms and at the desktop. Plan to meet the mobile demands of the future workplace. Understand the four main forces that are driving the technology purchases of corporate real estate executives:
- Evolving social contracts
- Changing nature of work
Cost, while important and ever present, has less influence than human resources and productivity today.
Explore how collaboration technologies support flexible workspaces and employee work styles with our Use Case Tool.
Real Estate Case Studies
Read real-world stories from the corporate real estate industry that are using collaboration to improve business.
- Derby City Council enables city employees to work effectively from anywhere, saving on space and power, and sharing IT infrastructure.
- Telstra creates more engaging work options for employees and helps its customers do the same. (Video 4:15 min.)
- Transwestern and Metropolis Investment increases responsiveness of mobile employees and avoids costs.
- Top Right Group increases efficiency of its distributed workforce.
More Corporate Real Estate Case Studies
- Dow Chemical United States; manufacturing.
- GHD Pty LTD global; engineering, architecture, and environmental consultancy.
- IDEA London United Kingdom; technology.
- Park Nicollet Health Services United States; healthcare.
Read more case studies from real estate and other industries on the Collaboration Case Studies page.
The Connected Workplace
Major changes call for new approaches to workspace design, technology, and workplace policy. (PDF - 769 KB)Read White Paper
Use this online tool for a visual tour about how to use video throughout the workplace.Launch Tool