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Australian Corporate Real Estate Trends - Infographic

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JLL 2015 Australian Corporate Real Estate Trends, Getting the Strategy Right, presents four key themes: Productivity, Cost, Strategy and Performance. Find out more at http://globalcretrends.jll.com/Australia.php

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Australian Corporate Real Estate Trends - Infographic

  1. 1. WHAT HAS CHANGED The major shifts in CRE sentiment since the last JLL CRE survey have been captured in the following infographic. 26% 56% 40% The CRE mandate is stronger than three years ago, say it is much stronger and say it is stronger Over the past twoyears, the majority of CRE 42%say that their strategy has been more cost driven compared to who say it has been more value driven 1 5 6 6.2 6.3 6.1 3 4 2 said that over the past 2 years productivity has77% become a more important goal for their CRE team Productivity gains over the past two years have been concentrated in the 6% 37% 10% range but have been achieved up to 15% The role of procurement in acquiring real estate services has solidified over the past two years. Only 81% said procurement was involved in CRE decisions on a permanent basis in said they had a procurement department involved in CRE decisions. Collaboration between real estate and other supporting functions under a shared services model has been slower to collaborate than expected: but in2012 of respondents in 2012 predicted HR and CRE would be collaborating in a shared services model in 2-3 years time 9% 50% 62% 73% 26% 16%it is only at it is only at of respondents in 2012 predicted IT and CRE would be collaborating in a shared services model in 2-3 years time of respondents in 2012 predicted Finance and CRE would be collaborating in a shared services model in 2-3 years time 2015 but in 2015 but in 2015 it is only atbut in 2015
  2. 2. FUTURE PREDICTIONS 83% 16% 35% 33% 33% 60%of CRE expect greater centralisation and control over the next three years, 1 4 5 6 2 3 19% 39% 19% 53% 53% in the government sector Delivery models to move towards more outsourcing: Change management programs will become increasingly important drivers of workplace transformation strategies over the next three years AU CREs are expecting negative net portfolio growth over the next three years There is a big shift to shared services integration over the next now 16% now 42% CRE expect a shared services /integration model with HR over the next three years vs 9% now CRE expect a shared services /integration model with IT over the next three years vs Occupancy planning from 8% fully outsourced now to Transaction management from 22% fully outsourced now to Lease admin from 28% fully outsourced now to Energy management from 8% fully outsourced now to 26% now CRE expect a shared services /integration model with Procurement over the next three years vs CRE expect a shared services /integration model with Finance over the next three years vs 3 Yrs. 3 Yrs. 3 Yrs. CRE believe the level of involvement of procurement has peaked with 53% of respondents saying they do not expect greater involvement of procurement over the next 42% 3 Yrs. 72% 81% Transaction execution from 32% fully outsourced now 58% 3 Yrs. Past 3 Yrs. Next 3 Yrs. Next 3 Yrs. 3 Yrs. 3 Yrs. in professional services expect greater centralisation

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