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What role behavior economics plays in a flexible working world

In this webcast, EY and MIT professionals and a special guest from Tishman Speyer explore how personal preference, organizational goals and interconnected workspaces coexist in a flexible work environment.

EY and MIT professionals and special guest Joseph Doran of Tishman Speyer will discuss the role of behavior real estate economics and human decision-making in converging residential and commercial spaces, sharing their views of the workplace in a post-pandemic environment.

Market disruption has thrown real estate into a new paradigm that is now driven by new behavior economics. The role of the office is no longer seen as a fixed asset, but an overall “workplace experience” that is not tied to a physical location.

Topics we’ll cover include: 

  • How real estate companies are meeting tenant needs using technology in the dynamic, flexible work environment  
  • Economic research behind the social, cultural, technology and productivity factors that drive where and how we work
  • The latest insights from a proprietary global survey, including hybrid work model considerations that will inform organizations how to fuse employee, firm and culture needs into the changing role of the workplace
  • How organizations are reimagining the workplace in a post-pandemic world


  • Joseph Doran
    Chief Financial Officer, Tishman Speyer
  • Steve Weikal
    Head of Industry Relations and CRE Tech Lead, Real Estate Innovation Lab, MIT
  • Roselyn Feinsod
    Principal, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Mark Grinis
    EY Global Real Estate, Hospitality and Construction Leader


Mark Grinis
EY Americas Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction Leader
Roselyn Feinsod
Principal, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP


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