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Americans love “The Office” with Steve Carell – a quirky, strife and breath sitcom about working in an office environment for an aptly named company called Dunder Mifflin. The plot originally centered on an office that faces closure when the company decides to downsize its branches. Now there’s a funny scenario for you. I personally […]
“If you know what women want, you can rule!” says Bette Midler in the film “What Women Want” and Mel Gibson (Nick Marshall) proceeds to prove her right when he suddenly can hear everything that every woman he meets is thinking. We should be so lucky. Imagine now that you could hear everything that your […]
The food of survival for the commercial real estate industry in a starving economy is strong return on investment on your staffing decisions, your purchasing decisions and your resource investments.
In last Thursday’s blog, we gave you a test: Go to Google and see how your building’s brand stacks up. We also gave you an example of the messages delivered by the world’s top traffic driver, the web. The results weren’t so good for the building, despite it being a well known class A office […]
Why are companies like Related Companies moving rapidly to adopt Web-Based Building Operations (WBOM) systems. Simple! Having a WBOM improves upon four key aspects of any building or facilities operations organization: tenant retention & acq
As the economy plummets, the shift of power from landlord to the tenant is almost audible. Like Ross Perot’s “great sucking sound,” the leverage shift from landlord to tenant landed with a tremendous thud in 2008 and will continue to roll downhill throughout 2009. As companies go out of business, reduce staff and look to […]