Chandra Dhandapani of CBRE Discusses Digital Transformation As Powered by People and Technology
The Realcomm | IBcon Video Showcase is a monthly feature of carefully curated interviews selected from our Conference LIVE Video Library. It spotlights industry leaders discussing their perspectives and/or what their organizations are doing on a current topic or trend involving the intersection of Commercial and Corporate Real Estate, Technology, Automation and Innovation.
This month's Video Showcase features Chandra Dhandapani, Chief Digital & Technology Officer of CBRE. She is the organization's most-senior global technology leader with responsibility for all aspects of its technology and digital enablement, including those serving clients and CBRE professionals.
Chandra discusses industry trends and digital transformation, which she feels is about people and change management. This is made possible with multi-disciplinary collaboration to collectively reimagine and make change happen. Watch the full interview:
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