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Abstract This paper is conceptual in nature and presents the assumptions of a holistic approach to corporate real estate management. The approach is based on the imperative of sustainability , which has become a determinant of the proposed Sustainable Corporate Real Estate Management (SCREM) model. Moreover, the authors indicate that in addition to the presence of the sustainability imperative, corporate real estate management requires the integration and formalization of knowledge about the concepts of corporate real estate management (CREM) with those of corporate social responsibility (CSR). This approach is intended to enable the identification and improvement of real estate management processes and, as a result, contribute to more efficient and effective corporate real estate management and continuous and flexible development of enterprises, as well as boosting economic growth and building prosperity for present and future generations.
Real Estate Management and Valuation – de Gruyter
Published: Dec 1, 2015
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