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  • Text Your Colleagues—Just Don't Date Them

    When it comes to interacting with coworkers, there are certain things you just shouldn’t do.  1. Date them. For every story you hear about a couple meeting at work and falling madly in love, there are 10 stories of people who met at work, and then broke up, and then had to see each other every single day for eight hours. Most people don’t want to see their current boyfriend or girlfriend for such...
  • The Human Science of Revenue Management

    Experts on the 2013 NAA revenue management panel, held in San Diego on June 20 provided an illuminative discussion on the strategy and best practices for implementing a revenue management system that your staff can utilize to help your business thrive.  Dhar Sawh, the panel’s moderator from Yardi, allowed up front that implementing revenue management systems can be disruptive. When you implement...
  • Multifamily Revenue: Sexy and You Know It

    If there is a director of revenue management at your firm, you can thank Greg Cross, Senior Vice President of Revenue Management at Hyatt Hotels Corporation and the keynote speaker for the 2013 Apartment Revenue Management Conference, Sept. 23-25 at the Turnberry Isle Miami Resort. Back in 1993 Cross created and wrote the first job description for a hotel-based Director of Revenue Management, and...
  • Move ‘Em In, Move ‘Em Out

    The Guide To Successfully Turning Units While researching unique perspectives on move-ins and move-outs in the property management world, I kept attempting to resort to a metaphor. Then I came across the origin of the word “metaphor” itself, which means “to carry” in Greek. In the context of a typical metaphor, the “carrying” is referring to the sense of one word to a different word, but I...

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