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.
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 […]
Session 8 of the OSCRE Academy Building Digital Competency in Real Estate program, focussed on four key learning objectives:
Chris Lees will be speaking alongside Dr Rob Wray an Doug Silverstone at the Business Transformation in Housing conference on the 1st May, organized by the National Housing Federation. The session – “Future of data standards: utilising and sharing data” – will look at the trends that are driving needs for improving capabilities in using […]
After one of the fastest standards development projects so far, HACT and OSCRE launch the latest addition to the suite of UK Housing Data Standards: Reactive Repairs.
OSCRE’s second Council of 100 meeting is in London, bringing together organizations committed to collaborate, convene and cultivate the digital future of real estate.