This Week’s Recommended Reading

by CoyDavidson on May 24, 2013

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5 Articles to Read this Weekend

CRE Online Marketing: How Email Distribution Is Changing (Part 1)
Email started out with the best of intentions. Swiftly, email was no longer a simple communications tool, but a MARKETING tool. This is approximately where things started going wrong … CRE Outsider

Working From Home: The End Of An Era?
Over a million more Americans worked from home in 2010 than in 2005, according to the U.S. Census Bureau: 5.82 million versus 4.79 million, or 4.3% of the total workforce, compared to 3.6% in 2005 … Forbes

Why The Open Office Fails, And A Solution
No one seemed to be talking about getting rid of open-plan offices, even though many of the panelists concede that open spaces make it difficult to concentrate … Forbes

Corporate Real Estate Challenges in 2013: Survey Summary
In the ever-changing financial services industry, corporate real estate (CRE) teams face myriad challenges in maintaining increasingly distributed/global portfolios … Gensler

Maximizing The Third Space – A Key ICSC RECon 2013 Takeaway
Things have changed. We have entered an era where the so-called “Third Space” will dominate commercial real estate development … HARP – On This


  • CREOutsider

    Read this most week/always good stuff. And nice surprise to see Diana’s post!

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