JLL’s Future of Work is a unique outlook on the changing world of work and its impact on the next generation of corporate real estate. Areas that companies should consider for improvements include: human experience, digital drive, continuous innovation, operational excellence and financial management.
“Organizations must examine how work and the workforce are evolving
Since 2015, preleasing rates have continued to accelerate as developers attempt to meet swelling industrial demand near major population centers. Unable to find high quality existing facilities, many users have turned to proposed development sites, and projects under construction to meet their industrial space requirements. Over the last two years preleasing activity
JLL has identified 10 global trends impacting CRE this year. As owners and investors determine how to adjust their business strategies to enhance innovation and growth for greater returns and stability, the following macro issues should be considered.
Volatility: volatile operating environments will challenge corporations.
Agility: this capability will drive performance.
Optimization: location and portfolio strategies will be under intense scrutiny.
Smart growth: selective M&A and collaborative growth will define CRE priorities.
Open innovation: CRE will need to support open innovation and