Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Business Intelligence (BI) has ancient roots. Measurement, visualization and analysis tools can be traced back thousands of years. Egyptians communicated through hieroglyphics. Astronomers illustrated their views of the cosmos. Maritime explorers used charting and mapping tools to discover new worlds. Humans have always been interested leveraging the tools of their era to make effective decisions...
Thursday, October 3, 2013
It’s conference season in the multifamily apartment industry, and last week saw me travelling to Turnberry Isle, Miami for the Apartment Revenue Management Conference followed by a trip to Park City, Utah to attend the Property Solutions International user’s Summit. As a speaker and roundtable moderator at both events, I was lucky enough to be exposed to a broad cross section of multifamily...
Thursday, September 26, 2013
My younger brother and I were always trying to make a buck. Well, wanting to make a buck. The trying, not as much.
Our more ambitious entrepreneurial peers were manning lemonade stands, cutting grass and selling baked goods, but Chris and I wanted to do something a bit more creative.
Naturally, we settled on a carnival.
Our yard wasn’t humongous, but we were confident we had just enough space for...
Friday, September 20, 2013
We’ve all heard millennials being coined as “the touch screen generation,” “digital natives,” and even “hyper-social.” But what does this all really mean anyway? What does this have to do with marketing to today’s college student and retaining them? While adapting technology trends with web design, online services, social strategies, and mobile have all become the concentrated focus over the...