Boundary Spanning: A New CRE Paradigm

Source: Colliers International

Eighty-six percent of senior executives interviewed for a Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)® study believe it is extremely important for them to work effectively across boundaries, yet only seven percent believe they are currently successful at doing so.

Real estate is a key operational business area, instrumental in improving global and regional business performance. In the fall of 2011, Colliers International surveyed its global Corporate Solutions clients about the challenges CRE executives face in managing their real estate organizations, processes and portfolios, across the five types of boundary described by the CCL.

View a copy of the white paper here.

“Our Corporate Solutions Group here in Pittsburgh has all of the tools necessary to help our clients realize tremendous savings and efficiency in their multi-city portfolios,” said Gregg Broujos, Managing Director and Founding Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh.

“The White Paper prepared by Colliers International’s Corporate Solutions Group is one more example of the extreme high level of real estate knowledge and experience that Colliers International can bring to corporations throughout the world,” adds Patrick Sentner SIOR, Founding Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh.

Posted on June 20, 2012, in Economy, Office and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Boundary Spanning: A New CRE Paradigm.

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