Michael Pollack

The relationship between work spaces and the worker is changing rapidly and like never seen before. The average company exists for only seven years, and yet the average office lease is 10 to 15 years. This panel will cover: What are the jobs of the future? Who will have them? And what will their requirements be?

We’re in a period of enormous transformation. While some industries are folding, new ones are emerging and past solutions to leasing, office build outs, architecture, and other design choices no longer work. The question for developers, owners, and investors is: how do you adapt to the fast-changing world of work and deliver work spaces and office buildings that work now, tomorrow, and securely into the future?

  • Exposed: incorporating transparency and collaboration into the design
  • Update pending: creatively redeveloping spaces for both short-term and long-term tenants
  • Anytime, anywhere: designing for the transient and often remote workers
  • The cloud: how technology is transforming office leasing and management
  • The millennial influence: how demographics are driving change in office properties

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