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.
I recently came across a powerful video that struck a chord with me as a team member of a multi-generational company. It boggles my mind when individuals are tagged with stereotypes just because of their age, yet most of us are guilty of this every once in a while – no matter the generation:
So, how is the Millennial workforce affecting real estate? Here are three core impact areas that matter to the Millennial generation:
Access to Technology:
Access to technology will continually provide innovation and utilization for the real estate industry. For example, the need for large retail, industrial, and office showrooms will fade away and be replaced by online apps. Technology advances continue to evolve with online rental payments, marketing, virtual property tours, and communication.
Who needs the financial limitations of private offices when a majority of the workforce appreciates the ability to collaborate, interact with others, and share technology platforms? Professionals are typically no longer sitting at single workstations or in private, window-lined offices. Instead, design teams are starting to create space to accommodate the tasks at hand. Collaboration and social interaction reduce the overall real estate footprint and fit each employee’s and team’s flexible work schedules.
The real estate industry has exploded to provide mixed-use developments (retail, office, and live/work lofts) close to city amenities and attractions. Millennials and other generations have now joined forces to take advantage of the ability to live, work, and play, all in one neighborhood.
So, tell me, what generation are you? Are you currently faced with any multi-generational within your workplace? Feel free to send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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?”
As featured in San Diego Business Journal’s 11th Annual Salute to the Region’s Top CFOs print edition, March 27th, 2017:
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 22 /CSRwire/ – McKinney Advisory Group held a Toy Drive in support of Traveling Stories from November 16 to December 16, 2016. For every commercial real estate transaction that McKinney Advisory Group manages, it recognizes that literacy plays a major role every step of the way.
McKinney Advisory CEO shares insights on client growth, Servant Leadership, and finding your purpose as we enter a new year. Continue reading “3 Ways to be a Purpose-Driven Business in 2017”
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SAN DIEGO, Calif., Dec. 13 /CSRwire/ – McKinney Advisory Group held its 5th Annual Charity Event, an elite networking reception, at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar Resort on November 30, 2016. McKinney Advisory provided each executive guest with a $100 voucher in their name to donate to one of the four charities.
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?