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Blogs | 08/20/2015
Employees must feel free to innovate

Flexible working concepts are encouraging creativity and freedom of movement that allow employees more room for collaboration and the sharing of knowledge. 

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Blogs | 07/23/2015
What shade of green are you?

In 2014, research was conducted with the goal of making existing real estate more sustainable. These iniatives often go hand-in-hand with cost savings. 

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Blogs | 07/09/2015
Visiting a client: Why hospitality wins over being customer focused

The goal of hospitality is to proactively create an atmosphere in which the client feels welcome, and it always bats being only reactively customer-focused. 

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Blogs | 06/25/2015
Airplanes are still not flexible when it comes to working

Airports are adapting to the evolving role of business travel. We've seen upgrades in comfort for sleep, dining, entertainment - productivity should be next 

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Blogs | 06/11/2015
A manager making decisions based on yesterday’s information is a dinosaur

Offices are using sensors to measure occupancy, which can be used to equip employees with important real-time info, like available meeting rooms or space. 

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Blogs | 06/04/2015
The paradox of cost reduction in a high cost city

Agile Workplace Management concepts could be the key to solving the paradox of achieving cost reduction in a high cost city like Singapore. 

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Blogs | 05/28/2015
Self-service rather than the service desk, or the other way around?

One size does not fit all. Organizations must find the right mix of self-service and service desk offerings to optimize their core practices. 

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Blogs | 04/30/2015
Typical USA: What floor am I on?

Global organizations must keep language, currency, dates, measuresments, times, and cultural differences in mind when using centralized FM software. 

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Blogs | 03/19/2015
The New World of Work is sustainable! Isn’t it?

Flexible working and sustainability initiatives often go hand and hand. For example, new ways of work allow for less office space and shorter commutes. 

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