Japan Corporate Real Estate Trends 2013

Changing Winds Ahead

Towering expectations and inadequate structures are the conflicting characteristics of the CRE function in Japan today. Over the years, CRE teams in Japan have been facing increasing pressure. Senior business leaders are placing high expectations in productivity improvements, both in terms of increasing output (working better, faster) and reducing input (operating cheaper). This focus on productivity improvements triggers amplified strategic demands placed on CRE, with a strong emphasis placed on workplace development. While workplace transformation is taking on a new resonance and relevance, more companies in Japan are looking abroad for growth. CRE teams are required to provide platforms supporting business ambitions, mostly in emerging and frequently opaque real estate markets.

‘Changing Winds Ahead’ identifies three key trends for CRE in Japan.

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View a short presentation of the results

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Look at our ebook

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Download our Japan CRE Index

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Where do you stand?
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The three key trends for changing winds ahead

Trend 1 - Enhanced Demands from Senior Leadership Present CRE with Fresh Opportunities

Trend 2 - Mismatch Between Demand and Capacity Results in Underperformance Risks

Trend 3 - Forward-looking CRE Teams Stake on Winning Partnerships