OSCRE's Council of 100 Innovation Forum

As a leader in commercial real estate, you realize that data is a valuable asset. The question is, how do you unlock that value? In this next session in the OSCRE Change Leadership series, we look at the challenges that leaders face and some of the solutions they are implementing. In a business that’s all about assets, we’ll look at the value of data, best practices in decision making, how data fusion and analytics add value, and what senior leaders are doing to mobilize and direct their organizations down this new path. 

Please join Michael Gresty, Chair of the Council of 100 and Vice President of Analytics of FM:Systems, in a conversation with Eddy Wagoner, Executive Director and Digital Chief Information Officer of JLL, followed by open discussion with attendees.


Who will be speaking?

Michael Gresty

VP of Workspace Analytics, FM:Systems

Michael Gresty has over 25 years of experience advising Fortune 500 companies on various aspects of corporate real estate and sustainability. He has consulted to senior executives on the development and management of more efficient buildings and on the integration of sustainability into company strategy, operations and culture. He is a frequent speaker on green buildings and sustainability at industry events, webinars and conferences, and has facilitated numerous LEED projects including large office, data center, retail, hospitality, and residential projects.

Eddy Wagoner

Eddy Wagoner

Executive Director & Digital CIO, JLL

Eddy is responsible for the business strategy, marketing, development, deployment and support of Jones Lang LaSalle's (JLL) technology. He oversees the management of the firm’s technology utilized for corporate clients on a global basis as well as the technology delivery to clients and account teams in North, Central and South American markets. He also serves on the Americas Management Committee. Prior to his current Global CIO role, Edward was Director of Technology for the Corporate Accounts business group, where he was responsible for the strategy, marketing and deployment of technology to JLL's corporate clients.