The weekly take, is a podcast that explores the city, real estate and its uses, between weak signals and deep mutations. It is a series of prospective interviews between real estate experts and thinkers of tomorrow's world: philosophers, economists or sociologists...
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Beyond the development of telecommuting, we are witnessing an explosion of traditional benchmarks in work organization.
To produce differently is undoubtedly to question the way to produce more virtuously.
City of the quarter hour, virtuous city... how can we reconcile our contradictions and inhabit the city "differently"?
More than the yellow vests crisis, more than any strike, more than any speech on the necessary consideration of ecology, the Covid 19 seems to have allowed a real awareness
The world after: Working, Living and Consuming differently? Prospective interview with Joël de Rosnay"Nothing is created, nothing is lost, everything is transformed" Lavoisier, visionary scientist? His famous formula has never made as much sense as it does today. By observing the weak signals and the acceleration of the changes we are experiencing, we will be able to open up horizons for the city and real estate of tomorrow.
Joël de Rosnay, Philosopher, Sociologist and Futurist Caroline Ceccaldi, Director of Business Consulting, CBRE France
Episode 2Work differently: telecommuting and affectio societatis, towards the end of the separation between professional life and personal life?
Beyond the massive and forced rise of telecommuting in the current health context, we are witnessing a real rupture of the unity of time, place and action within companies.
CBRE invites you to discover how philosophers can provide keys to answer the questions raised by the new paradigm of "Hybrid" work.
SpeakersAnne-Sophie Moreau, Editor-in-chief of Philonomist
Olivier Cros, Workplace Strategy Director, CBRE
Caroline Ceccaldi, Business Consulting Director, CBRE France.
Episode 3Alternative consumption: short circuit, ideology of sweet dreamers or social link issue?
But it is a fact that Covid-19 first showed all the fragility of a system of concentrated and massive supplies on a single geographical area, in the name of economies of scale and the search for an ever-lower price; in addition to the environmental, social, and even ethical effects often associated with these organizations, distribution behemoths were thus brutally cut off from their sources of supply, drying up their sales capacity. In contrast, the mastery of short circuits has proved to be a decisive advantage, not only in terms of production and supply capacity, but also in terms of image and experience of an enriched proximity.
SpeakersNathalie Damery, President and Founder of ObSoCo
Jérôme Le Grelle, Retail Director of CBRE France
Episode 4Responsible investing, a "ton" of savings for the real estate market ?
A hot topic for the real estate sector, the new European transparency constraints and the pressing motivations of civil society are forcing investors to communicate, monitor and measure the impacts of their ESG strategies. While 82% of French investors already integrate ESG criteria into their investment strategies compared to an average of 66% in other European countries (CBRE Research study), how much of this is greenwashing compared to real measures?
SpeakersNicolas Mottis, Economist and Professor at the Ecole Polytechnique
Nicolas Verdillon, Director of the Investment business line of CBRE France
Episode 5City of the quarter of an hour, virtuous city... how to reconcile our contradictions and live "differently" in the city?
The "city of tomorrow" seems to have to respond to all the ills of our time: reconciling our needs for centrality and access to services for everyone and for everyone - the famous quarter-hour city, while being turned towards nature, low carbon, virtuous in its consumption, and favoring local production such as soft modes of transport...
SpeakersJean Viard, Sociologist
Sébastien Lorrain, Residential Director of CBRE France
Episode 6Produce differently, logistics real estate (surfs) on the green track.
The decarbonization of logistics real estate and the supply chain is underway and there are many initiatives, but still needs to go further. In addition to economic constraints, environmental factors are becoming increasingly important in decision-making.
To answer this, lines of thought such as the valuation of industrial wasteland and the construction of multi-storey warehouses are emerging, but what about the implementation of tomorrow.
SpeakersDominique Bourg, Philosopher, and specialist in environmental issues
François Le Levier, General Manager Industrial & Logistics, CBRE France
Episode 7Telework, everything changes so that nothing changes?
In this framework, which we can qualify as historical, philosophers and sociologists give us the keys to understanding and thinking about the world of tomorrow in a way that is both lucid and ethical. After an initial interview with Anne-Sophie Moreau, editor-in-chief of Philonomist, who offered us the insights of ancient and contemporary philosophers on these new ways of working, we invite you today to see, with Danièle Linhart, how the telework comes to shake up the lines and how this simple modality of remote work can be the “game changer” so dreaded by some or so hoped for by others.
SpeakersOlivier Cros, Workplace Strategy Director at CBRE France
Danièle Linhart, Sociologist, specialist in the world of work
Episode 8Retail, a social bond booster?
Covid 19 has been there, regulating our consumption, creating fasting or abstinence without us dying of it, on the contrary; the consumer has (re)discovered a lost freedom, not that of choosing from a crowd of products, but that of purely and simply doing without this or that good without feeling any frustration, but on the contrary a form of well-being!
SpeakersJérôme Le Grelle, Retail Executive Director CBRE France
Benoît Hellbrunn, Professor of Marketing at ESCP Business School