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Leading an Active Recovery to Build the Best Workplace Experience

Leading an Active Recovery shows how an Agile approach can engage the C-suite in real estate decisions that balance the codependent – and often contradictory – needs for efficiency, effectiveness and engagement.
Now that we’ve all experienced working and managing during the pandemic, as real estate leaders, how can we turn those experiences into a better workplace experience going forward?  In this constantly changing situation, how can leaders boldly embrace the uncertainty, understand the expectations of employees and manage the risks of both action and inaction? 

Our latest insight on returning to work and beyond, focuses on people and productivity. Leading an Active Recovery is based on insights from clients evolving new ways of working – and the future of work which is driven by the rapid acceleration the pandemic brought to workplace strategies. In the paper, we show how the iterative principles of Agile product development apply to the planning, delivery and testing of new workplaces, taking into account the codependency of key C-Suite stakeholders.  
 
Download the Active Recovery Report.

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Learn more about our Total Workplace Services and how our Experience Per Square FootTM (XSF) research is giving our clients the immediate insights they need to strategize through the accelerated evolution of the workplace and workplace ecosystem. Our Integrated Portfolio Management solutions service combines the strength of our Transaction Management, Portfolio Administration and Portfolio Strategy expertise to provide comprehensive portfolio solutions, while Integrated Facility Management solutions help you make the connection between the human experience on site, and the behind-the-scenes operations that support them. 

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