Chris Lees is a workplace strategist and entrepreneur who combines behavioural analysis and big data to establish what it takes to have a highly productive and extremely efficient workplace.
His innovative, creative and – where necessary – mathematically robust approach uses next-generation methods to understand occupancy, availability and behaviour in and around office buildings.
These techniques enable evidence-based business engagement, impact talent acquisition and retention, offer significant cost-reduction opportunities, and lead to faster and safer decision making.
Special Keynote: Successfully building data governance maturity in the housing sector through a digital competency certificate program
Housing Data Forum, London, December 11th, 2019 A very interesting and entertaining day with Doug Silverstone (Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing Association), MK Adams (HACT), Jay Saggar (HACT) and many others discussing the data issues facing the housing sector. If you weren’t able to join us, or were and still have questions, please feel free to […]
Housing Data and Analytics Summit, Birmingham, 1st October, 2019 It was a pleasure to join Dr Rob Wray (HACT) and Arturo Dell (Housemark) to discuss the impact of data quality – both positively and negatively – and the key foundations of governance and standards that underpin a data quality strategy. If you want to know […]
Chris Lees presented with Dr Rob Wray (HACT) and Doug Silverstone (MTVH) at the Business Transformation in Housing conference on the 1st May, organized by the National Housing Federation.
Chris Lees and Dr William Fawcett and delighted to announce the publication of The Anatomy of Occupancy Analytics, a free online resource designed to bring greater consistency and rigour to the application of data and evidence in understanding occupancy.
As a Brit, this news item in my LinkedIn feed this morning frustrates me a little. And unfortunately, according to OECD data, the United States isn’t doing a whole lot better when we look at the past decade: OECD Chart: GDP per hour worked, Total, 2010=100, Annual, 2001 – 2018 Is it time yet to […]