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The impact of evolving structures on managing corporate real estate

J.M. M.K Peter rumm (Delft University of Technology, Department of Real Estate and Project Management, Berlageweg 1, NL‐2600GA, Delft, The Netherlands; Tel: (+31) 15‐2784159; Fax: (+31) 15‐2783171; e‐mail: p.j.m.m.krumm@bk.tudelft.nl; website: http://www.bk.tudelft.nl\users/krumm/internet)
Geert Dewulf (Delft University of Technology, Department of Real Estate and Project Management, Berlageweg 1, NL‐2600GA, Delft, The Netherlands)
Hans de Jonge (Delft University of Technology, Department of Real Estate and Project Management, Berlageweg 1, NL‐2600GA, Delft, The Netherlands)

Journal of Corporate Real Estate

ISSN: 1463-001X

Article publication date: 31 December 1999

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Abstract

Managing corporate real estate is confronted with more problems than just the changing characteristics of real estate. While operating companies strive for more autonomy, corporate headquarters are increasingly struggling for a synergetic approach to corporate resources and capabilities. The authors argue that the impact of the corporate setting on the role and position of corporate real estate management is underestimated. This paper describes the effects of transisions in corporate structure and strategies and provides insight in a new perspective on managing corporate real estate.

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Peter, J.M.M.K., Dewulf, G. and de Jonge, H. (1999), "The impact of evolving structures on managing corporate real estate", Journal of Corporate Real Estate, Vol. 2 No. 1, pp. 58-67. https://doi.org/10.1108/14630010010811211

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