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360°view - the performance perspective

The latest issue of our global thought leadership magazine 360°view assesses how to plug the productivity gap, offering a series of perspectives on how we can better predict and enhance the performance of projects and programmes across real estate, infrastructure and natural resources. With views from experts working on major projects all over the world, this issue of 360°view examines how we can predict, measure and enhance the performance of major projects and programmes across the globe.

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In this issue:
Unlocking productivity and performance: five steps to setting programmes up for success - David WhysallAddressing the challenge of maximising productivity in the face of a new generation of a new generation of major UK infrastructure projects and programmes.
Client interview: New York's Metropolitan Transportation AuthorityMichael Salvato, Director and Program Executive, MTA Enterprise Information and Asset Management, asses the role of data to build a business case for moving essential infrastructure into the 21st century.
Marking 70 years of independence: a new chapter has begun in India's growth story - Ameya GumasteIn India we find a country with huge potential for growth, but also a need to understand the unique market to guarantee outcomes.
Real estate as an asset, not a liability: shifting perceptions across global manufacturing - Bernhard BrandstetterFor global manufacturers real estate models need to be agile and reliable, adopting a data-driven approach can support and drive business decisions.
Client interview: Shell Real EstateJaco van Noppen, Vice President of Operational Excellence identifies how real estate can meet the demands of and shape commercial strategies.
Decommissioning: under the performance spotlight - Andy Aston and Aileen JamiesonOil and gas operators need to make informed investment decisions in order to decommission in a safe, environmentally sound and cost-effective way.
Seeing the wood for the trees: how data can really make the difference - Tom DeaconTaking a detailed look at the data challenge, how can we lay the digital foundations now to drive better performance in the long term?
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