2020: 12/2 Considerations for Returning to the Office: A 5 Phase Framework

December 3, 2020

12/2 Considerations for Returning to the Office: A 5 Phase Framework

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As businesses contemplate the return to the office, organizations are grappling with a myriad of issues as they attempt to address both employee anxiety and the management of risk. There will be formidable employee engagement, insurance, and litigation challenges for both public and private institutions. James T. Cisneros, President of Lone Pine Consulting will lead a discussion centered around the development of a comprehensive 5 Phase Program Management framework that has been designed to address these issues. The discussion will be moderated by William M. Rodgers III, Ph.D., Professor and Chief Economist, Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, Bloustein School.

James T. Cisneros, President of Lone Pine Consulting is a Senior Corporate Real Estate Executive with 20+ years’ experience in leading strategy, operations, design, construction, and transactions. He has experience in developing strategic occupancy plans for +5.5 MM sf for a variety of major global corporations.

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