CoreNet Global 31 August, 2020
Many of today’s corporations are committed to strengthening the knowledge, skills, and abilities of their corporate real estate (CRE) professionals locally and globally. The Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) designation provides essential skills that focus on critical business issues and the mission of the corporate real estate organization in relation to enterprise goals. Designed for CRE professionals with at least five years of experience, the MCR seminars are focused specifi cally on ensuring all participants have mastered technical skills within the CRE body of knowledge and have the ability to apply them to the strategic management of CRE. The designation is well-recognized within the profession and, increasingly, by executive-level corporate leaders outside of the CRE domain—a testament to the dedication, specialization, expertise, and knowledge of the Top-Rated Faculty and the designation holders.
Delivered by experienced faculty comprised of leading experts in their fi elds, seminars use an interactive, team-based approach to solve problems, analyze case studies and share experiences. The MCR designation assures clients and colleagues of an advanced competence and successful experience as a CRE professional. Participants are able to:• Understand how CRE fi ts into the corporate enterprise;
Supporting employee involvement in the MCR professional designation program provides unparalleled benefi ts to organizations. Employers are able to:
Plan your schedule. Register online: www.corenetglobal.org/seminarschedule
Start with any of the following seminars:
Examine the role that CRE technologies play in the overall service delivery model, with a review of traditional systems as well as the impact of emerging technologies and evolving work styles on technology infrastructure.
A comprehensive overview of financial analysis and management. Work through case studies to analyse alternative lease structures, lease buyouts, and buy vs. lease decisions. Required
This seminar provides an intro to the dynamic fi eld and practice of Workplace Strategy (WPS). In addition to foundational elements of WPS, the broader role of workplace strategy, trends, global issues, tools, technologies.
Identify how Corporate Real Estate (CRE) transactions impact financial statements, calculate performance measures, and optimize CRE strategies using accounting treatment of transactions.Required
Align CRE functions to business strategy, objectives, and priorities. Improve strategic relationship management and implement proactive change management. Required
Analyze complex business scenarios to formulate, propose and defend CRE solutions that align with corporate priorities. Understand CRE from a holistic, integrated and strategic perspective. Required. Prerequisites apply.
Contact a CoreNet team member to take advantage of the benefits of the MCR group program.
Nigel Rye, Executive Director, NZ Chapter
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