Background: As a millennial working towards a career in Real Estate in Indiana and Michigan, I often wonder what real estate will look like in 5, 10, and 15 years. It seems that this oldest and most foundational industry is bracing for a greater wave of disruption and innovation than it has ever felt before. […]
Today’s workforce is undergoing a major shift in population. As of 2017, 56 million Millennials are either working or actively searching for work, making them the largest segment of the U.S. labor force, surpassing Gen Xers in 2016. More than one out of every three American workers is a Millennial — more than Gen Xers […]
While working through ideas for this article, one thread seemed to be consistent in my mind, “Time changes everything… or does it?” Millennials won’t remember the unique advertising campaign launched by Burma-Vita Company for their Burma-Shave shaving cream. This family-run business based in Minneapolis, was a pioneer in U.S. outdoor marketing. The roadside campaign for […]
Beginning with The End in Mind Back in 1978, a twenty-five year old college dropout by the name of John Mackey and a twenty-one year old Rene Lawson Hardy scraped enough capital together to open a small natural foods store in Austin, Texas. During their first year, they were evicted from their apartment and forced […]
3D Technology Brings Realism to Your Vision Gone are the days where clients make design decisions solely based on the architect’s tried and true methods of communicating ideas. Floor plans, sections and elevations have been used by architects to convey design intent for centuries. When creating drawings by hand, this was an obvious choice. Buildings were […]
The teams focused their efforts on a few of the highest-value S&OP levers in order to review the current planning process, identify gaps in the planning infrastructure and analytically understand demand and supply variability.