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Future-Proof Your Workplace: You can’t predict the future, but you can prepare for it

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3013-Research-Future-Proofing-Your-Workplace-PaperSuccessful companies understand that the only thing you can predict about the future is that things will change. These companies focus on the agility needed to respond to the unforeseen with maximum certainty and minimum risk.

What does future-proofing look like?

Imagine a large internet company that led the market in innovation 20… Read More

JLL’s Most Expensive Streets Report: Avenue of the Stars makes the cut at #8

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Streets in California, New York and Washington, DC top the list

What city comes top of mind when you think of high rent – for both residential and office space? New York City? You might be surprised to learn the country’s Most Expensive Street for office space is in a San Francisco… Read More

Phoenix has a new source for commercial real estate news!

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2013-Phonenix-blog-announcementBe the first: Visit our new blog dedicated to the Phoenix market. Learn the complexities involved in finding, negotiating, and constructing the best physical environment for your business to thrive.

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Your workplace strategy can influence business productivity and help drive innovation

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Click here to learn more about Workplace Strategy: Aligning the workplace with business goals

Tweet this: @JLLNews innovative #workplace solutions leverage space, technology and HR policies to drive business #productivity

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Demand for workplace strategy continues to grow as corporations use real estate to achieve business goals

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2013-Workplace-Strategy-ProductivityIt’s been called the “holy grail” of the workplace: productivity.

Traditionally, corporate real estate executives have focused on cost reduction, yet the reality is that a typical knowledge-based organization spends significantly more on its people as compared to its space, so the real opportunity is… Read More