Like you, I’ve seen a lot in the press recently about cyber-attacks and computer hacking. It all sounds like a 1980’s movie. I didn’t really think I had much to worry about in the world of commercial real estate. I don’t cover the blinking lights – that’s the CTO’s role along with his or her […]
Why? What? How? – A 3-Part Series.
Part 1: Figure out Why You Need Real Estate in the First Place
Part 2: (Below): Address the What in the Real Estate Decisions
Part 3: (Upcoming): Discuss How you will execute
“We just got the contract,” Keith said joyfully. He took a sharp breath in and lowered his voice. “We need, er, need […]
My friend Justin Bedecarre of 42 Floors reached out to me recently with such a simple request. “Ashley, can you write a short little blog about how to lease office space?” his request read. Given that I’ve done this exercise a few times in my 18-year career, I thought it would be simple to write about how […]
(Atlanta) Its that time of year again. We evaluate our performance in the current year and make (big) plans for what is to come in the new year.
In that vein, Tim Ferriss, the entrepreneur turned book author and public speaker has made a fortune by telling folks to keep it simple. By repackaging the […]
(Orlando) Let’s just ditch the whole physical office thing. Everyone can leave and work from anywhere you want, wherever you want.
Since the Middle Ages over a thousand years ago, offices have been an important part of getting work processed, organized, and facilitating communication. Prior to the rise of the personal computer, one almost had […]
The conversation about remote work and so called alternative workplace strategy has been going on for over 25 years now. Back in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, when things started to heat up in this arena, there were several practical limitations on what is now being called “distributed work.”
First, management techniques were much […]
As a kid, I remember watching the mesmerizing Jetsons cartoons in the mid to late 1970’s. The show was produced by Hanna-Barbera, and was the space age counterpart to one of my other favorites, the Flintstones. After launching their careers at MGM, Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera opened their own studio. They went on […]
In an incredible announcement over the weekend, Apple has gone public with its plans to create a $304 million dollar campus for more than 3,600 people in Austin, Texas. This is on the heels of their $500 million dollar Cupertino, CA campus that is now under construction. Wow, hope they sell a gazillion iPad 3s.