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.
I have often stated my belief that in a typical organization approximately 30% of all resource is expended on avoidable data-related activities. […]
Inside Government have gone online for their 7th Annual Digital Housing Conference, and I’m delighted to be teaming up once again with […]
Before the Covid-19 crisis began, the implications of the Hackitt Review were, no doubt, the dominant theme of many budget setting meetings. […]
Version 3.2 of the UK Housing Data Standards included significant new work, more than doubling the number of use cases covered. Building […]
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 […]