Volume 8 (2018-19)

Each volume of Corporate Real Estate Journal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for publication in the current volume, Volume 8, are:

Volume 8 Number 3

  • Editorial: Generalisation and hyperbole are unnecessary distractions in discussions of the open plan workplace
    Beau Everett
  • Venture capital, startups and commercial real estate : Innovation potential in a bespoke industry
    Thomas T. Kim, SVP, Commercial Real Estate Finance, Mortgage Bankers Association
  • Development of CRE data systems : A case study for heterogeneous property portfolios
    Thomas Glatte, Group Real Estate Management, BASF
  • Understanding underwriting : A look inside commercial real estate insurance — breaking down the driving differentiators behind property insurance pricing
    Erik Nikodem, SVP and Head of Property and Inland Marine, Everest Insurance
  • Corporate occupiers strengthen place making initiative in London’s White City : The BBC’s and Imperial College’s role in adding value
    Chris Kane, Non-Executive Director and Founder, Six Ideas, and Adi Gaskell, Director, The Horizons Tracker
  • Blockchain technology for corporate real estate: Separating hype from reality
    Kevin Shtofman, Global Technology Strategy Lead, Deloitte Consulting’s Real Estate practice
  • Contemporary open plan offices as the progenitors of the future workplace
    Nicholas Watkins, Performance Analytics Manager, Gensler, Beau Everett, VP for Corporate Real Estate, NYU Langone Health, and Paul Lalli, Gensler
  • Making ‘getting what you pay for’ a reality in CRE outsourcing deals
    Kate Vitasek, Faculty Member for Graduate and Executive Education, Haslam College of Business Administration, University of Tennessee, and Michele Flynn, Executive Chairman, SIREAS

Volume 8 Number 2

  • Future-ready corporate real estate workforce: Are you prepared? 
    Margaret Latshaw, CRE Consultant & Board Member 
  • The impact of technology on workplace design and supporting a multi-generational workforce 
    Matthew Ezold, Principal, Cerami & Associates 
  • People, performance and place: How using perceptive and cognitive data can create inspiring and collaborative workspaces that enable growth and innovation 
    Nicola Gillen, Global Practice Lead for Workplace Strategy, EMIA, Hilary Jefferey, Organisational Strategy Consultant & Change Director, Charlotte Hermans, Organisational Psychologist, Ramona Verhees, Workplace Consultant, Malcolm Louth, HR Leader, David Barrett, Occupational Psychologist & Robin Bott, Occupational Psychologist. 
  • Positive psychology meets real estate: The positive built workplace environment 
    Sean A. O'Connor, Practitioner, Academic & Researcher, Anthony M. Grant, Psychology Coach 
  • The business value of an innovative building 
    Matthew Marson, Head of Smart Buildings, WSP
  • Transforming corporate real estate for the Fourth Industrial Revolution 
    Nancy Johnson Sanquist, Vice President for Global Strategic Marketing, Planon, David Karpook, Real Estate & Technology Industry Veteran & Fred Guelen, President of North American Operations for Planon Corporation  
  • Pricing 101: Understanding the basics of pricing a corporate real estate outsourcing deal 
    Kate Vitasek, Faculty Member, University of Tennessee's Haslam College of Business Administration & Michele Flynn, Executive Chair, SIREAS, LLC 

Volume 8 Number 1

  • Editorial
    James Hagy, Editorial Board member
  • From accessory to necessity : Embedding data governance in business operations
    HoChun Ho and Lisa Harrison, JLL
  • Blurred lines equals better bottom lines : How collaboration across departments is generating huge returns
    Elizabeth Dukes, iOFFICE
  • Comparing the why, what and how of performance-based and vested outsourcing models in CRE
    Kate Vitasek, University of Tennessee and Michele Flynn, SIREAS
  • Successfully managing change in the workplace
    Jennifer Bryan
  • Transforming a decades-old workplace to support a multigenerational workforce for years to come: Case study
    Erin Murray Butler, William Blair & Company and Holly Jeffers, IA Interior Architects
  • Nine ways artificial intelligence is changing how and where we work
    Peter Andrew