Integrating real estate, facilities and workplace services into shared service organizations, and deployment of integrated workplace management systems are solutions that can improve the delivery of these services.

Judith Amoils moderates a panel on this topic at the 2011 National Executive Forum for Public Property.

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Centralized or decentralized service delivery for real estate and facilities services? What services should be outsourced or delivered by external partners?

Judith Amoils moderates a discussion on diverse approaches at the 2010 National Executive Forum for Public Property.

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Office environments shape how people work and can have a profound effect on how organizations function.

Judith Amoils presents at DesignTrends conference, Toronto, 2013 “Interior Design Trends for Optimal Workplace Productivity”.

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Leading employers understand that the design of the workplace can be a tool to influence employee health and wellness. The WELL building standard addresses the impact of the built environment on human health, and is increasingly being incorporated into office space standards.

Judith Amoils is a panel participant at the National Summit on Wellness in Toronto, IIDEX 2015.

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Space is a resource to help employees do their jobs. Employees’ needs can vary - by job function, task, need for mobility, flexibility, collaboration, as well as personal preference. Offering employees choice and variety in the workplace is important.

Judith Amoils interviewed in the Globe and Mail Property Report, 2011 “Being all things to all workers”.

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Public Sector

Procurement of Real Estate Solutions & Services

workplace strategy

Landlords can benefit by understanding how corporate real estate decisions are made within tenant organizations. Three common models for corporate real estate organizations are presented to demonstrate how priorities vary as corporate real estate organizations mature.

Judith Amoils participates in a panel at RealLeasing, Toronto 2013: “Using Corporate Real Estate Strategies to Promote Workplace Innovation – Understanding Tenant Priorities".

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Judith Amoils moderates a panel at a Corenet Canadian Chapter meeting, 2014: “Implementing Strategy – An End-User Perspective”.

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Corporate Real Estate Strategy

A case study demonstrating a potential opportunity to improve municipal office workplace environments, while addressing asset stewardship decisions.  

ThinkingStrategy: New Paradigms presents to Georgina Town Council, 2016 on options for Georgina's Civic Centre

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Does the private sector deal differently with heritage properties than the public sector does? Surprisingly, the private sector can be highly motivated to preserve heritage assets.
Judith Amoils hosts a session at the 2016 National Executive Forum for Public Property illustrating the private sector perspective.
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Collaboration between government organizations in optimizing real estate results in urban regeneration, environmental and economic development benefits to local communities.Judith Amoils moderates a panel at the 2012 National Executive Forum for Public Property show-casing several examples.
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Corporate Real Estate & 

facilities management Organization

ALIGNING BUSINESS STRATEGY WITH REAL ESTATE AND THE WORKPLACE

New Paradigms Inc.


Public sector organizations commonly use Request for Proposal processes to procure required real estate solutions or services … increasingly private sector occupiers are taking the same approach.

Judith Amoils participates in a panel at RealLeasing Conference Toronto, 2012 : “Increasing frequency of RFP’s – How do they vary from public to private sector tenants?”

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ThinkingStrategy: New Paradigms Inc. participates in a panel at the National Executive Forum for Public Property Annual Conference, 2005: “Best Practices for Effective RFP Processes – Owner and Bidder Perspectives”.

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