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Using what we learned

Posted by: Ed Noha Strategic Consulting Another successful CoreNet Global Summit is behind. It was great as always to visit with our clients and find out what others in our industry are doing and thinking. And we are doing and thinking so much!  I’m constantly amazed at the tremendous progress that corporate real estate has [...]

Pictures from dinner at The Heard Museum

Evolution of software decision-making

Posted by: Michael Casolo Corporate Solutions At the session “Who is Managing Your Corporate Real Estate Software?” Maureen Welsh emphasized that the most common bond amongst her E&Y and Deloitte clients was not in the solution selected but rather than in the selection process itself. I liked her summary of the (relatively recent) history of [...]

McDonald’s Green Globes assessments

Posted by: Mary Curtiss Energy and Sustainability Services Yesterday I went to a really good CoreNet session “The Story Behind McDonalds Green Globes Assessments,” a presentation by my colleague Michael Jordan.  What a great program for establishing a baseline measurement of the sustainability of an office portfolio. The Green Globes tenant space assessment for McDonalds [...]

CRE or Service Provider – That is the question

Posted by: Vivian Mumaw Corporate Solutions In the Trading Spaces session a panel of corporate real estate executives and service providers talked about the increasing trend for talented real estate professionals to move back and forth across organizations.  The blur between service provider and client continues as companies continue to globalize their real estate management [...]