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IAMC

INDUSTRIAL ASSEST MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

Improving
Company Performance through Corporate Real Estate

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
14-18 September 2019

Program Highlights

With a focus on core corporate real estate business practice areas, IAMC programming blends targeted professional development with world-class knowledge sharing.

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Attention Corporate Members

 

Make plans to attend the special corporate-member-only sessions the afternoon of Sunday, September 15, including Research Roundtable and Interest Groups: Distribution; Business Impacts; Portfolio Management; or Manufacturing.

 

To participate, you may have to arrive on Saturday.

 

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Workshops & Knowledge Sharing

With a focus on core corporate real estate business practice areas, workshop sessions blend targeted professional development with world-class knowledge sharing. Join us for:

  • IAMC Info Exchange, table discussions between corporates, economic developers and service providers
  • Peer-to-Peer sessions, including a corporate active member-only facilitated discussion
  • And, Get Some Help, a moderated and interactive member-to-member Q&A

Additionally, programs covering the following core CRE topics are actively being planned: C-Suite issues; Construction Management; Facilities Management; Global Operations; Lease Administration; Outsourcing Models and Strategies; Site Selection; Surplus Property Disposition; Technology Applications; and Transactions Management.


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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Keynote speakers will tie it all together inspiring and informing with big pictures views.
 
 

Opening Keynote Address

A Conversation with Bob Woodward

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Speaker:
Bob Woodward
American Investigative Journalist and Non-Fiction Author

Join legendary journalist Bob Woodward to learn about what’s going on in Washington – and the world – today. With a big election year on the horizon, the political landscape and how it will impact our businesses and personal lives has never been more important. The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning associate editor of the Post offers insights that audiences won’t learn from any other source.

As a veteran reporter who for 46 years has immersed himself in American presidencies, their decision-making, scandals, wars, and economic policy, Woodward will provide a non-partisan behind-the-scenes examination of what’s really going on and what it means.

 

 

Tuesday Morning Keynote Address

Listen Like Your Life Depends On It

Richard Mullender

Speaker:
Richard Mullender
Former Lead Trainer of the National Hostage and Crisis Negotiation Unit, Scotland Yard

After military service and time in the private sector, Richard joined the Metropolitan police where he became a hostage negotiator. He was later appointed Lead Trainer at Scotland Yard’s National Hostage and Crisis Negotiation Unit. Richard was part of the team that negotiated the high-profile release of three UN workers held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2004.

 

Closing Keynote Address

Wine to Water: Ordinary People Can Do Extraordinary Things

Doc Hendley

Speaker:
Doc Hendley
Founder and President of Wine to Water & 2009 CNN Hero

On a journey from singing in bars to working in Darfur, Sudan and then leading Wine To Water from a dream to a reality, Doc realized that ordinary people can do extraordinary things. With a team of passionate individuals, Wine To Water has made a significant impact on the global water crisis through the power of community.