As I finally start to write one of my monthly articles, my brain is already on overload – branding, content, colors, schematics, fonts, SEO (search engine optimization) and distribution platforms – seriously, what does all this mean? How can any company – no matter its size – stay current? Continue reading “Staying Relevant: When was the Last Time Your Company Rebranded?”
A look at how governmental agencies are transforming its workforce from an economic and social perspective provides helpful insights on how to capitalize on emerging governmental trends in the 21st century. Continue reading “6 of the Biggest Trends Driving Our Workforce in 2017”
Who makes up the largest generation in the U.S. workforce? If you guessed Millennials – you are correct! Not only are they the fastest-growing generation, but their outlook on employment, marketing, living conditions, and values is vastly different from their predecessors. Continue reading “3 Ways the Largest Generation You’ve Hired Will Change Real Estate”
Have you experienced 3D printing technology and discovered how it can shape your industry? Continue reading “How will 3D Printing Transform Where You Work?”
What is the Internet of Things (IoT) everyone seems to keep talking about these days, and why should it matter to you as a decision-maker? Continue reading “How will the Internet of Things Change Corporate Real Estate?”
Architectural professionals, are you aware of the top trend facing your industry?
Change is inevitable, even in a stable industry such as yours. Continue reading “How Will Mergers & Acquisitions Affect The Architectural Industry?”
If you’re a dog owner, you understand the struggle of leaving your dogs at home for the majority of each workday.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an alternative?
Law firms, we’ve done the research for you: I hope you will find this industry snapshot useful. Continue reading “Will Your Law Firm Thrive Amidst Industry Shifts?”
Neighborhood House Association (NHA) has a new Central Kitchen! As NHA’s commercial real estate advisor, it was an honor to attend its recent Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Continue reading “Practice Meets Purpose | Neighborhood House Association’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony”
Sunday, November 8th was not your average “Lazy Sunday.” I started off my morning by participating in the American Lung Association (ALA)’s LungForce Walk, representing McKinney Advisory Group. Continue reading “Philanthropic Multi-Tasking”