Experts Advise Businesses to Tread Lightly, Value Employee Feedback on Return-to-Work Planning, Hybrid Models Safe Bet for Short Term
DALLAS, June 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tango, a leader in integrated workplace management system (IWMS) software solutions, shared top-level insights from leading industry experts on the state of the workplace and the future of post-pandemic work during Tango’s Workplace 2.0 Summit last week. Through two full days of virtual panel discussions and presentations, experts from PwC, Salesforce, Ernst & Young, Google, HOK, Jackson Cross Partners, Accenture, Arup, VergeSense, Verdantix and more debated complex return-to-work challenges on every real estate and facility executive’s mind today, as well as strategies for moving forward.
“Even as more and more employees get vaccinated and COVID numbers significantly drop, there continues to be hesitation and confusion across Corporate America around the return to work and what that will look like in the coming months,” said Tango’s founder and CEO Pranav Tyagi, who gave the summit’s keynote address on ‘A New Era in Workplace Technology,’ which highlighted current trends and challenges in the workplace, including the status of remote work, corporate real estate vacancies and hybrid work schedules. “One area where we are able to reach consensus, however, is on how technology will play a key role in helping businesses figure out their more immediate and long-term strategies.”
Through the summit, experts across the Corporate Real Estate (CRE) spectrum shared insights on real estate portfolio strategy, lease complexities, space optimization and utilization, and reconfiguring workplace environments, to help companies carve out the best path back to the office with clarity and confidence.
Key learnings from Tango’s Workplace 2.0 Summit
C-Suites are the new space planners:
The hybrid workplace needs to be equitable:
Return to the office with intentionality:
Increasing interest in information about space using IoT tech:
Personas will play a key role in identifying which employees should return to the office
Lease Administration needs to be viewed more holistically as part of the full CRE portfolio
To view any of the Workplace 2.0 Summit sessions on-demand visit: https://learn.tangoanalytics.com/workplace-2-0-summit-2021
With hundreds of customers across more than 140 countries, Tango is the leader in Store Lifecycle Management and Workplace software, delivering a single solution spanning real estate, design & construction, lease administration & accounting, facilities, and space management. Learn more at https://tangoanalytics.com/ and find Tango on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.