Our businesses are not the only aspects of our lives that need planning. Take a look at Jane Brody’s article on end-of-life choices. Robert H. Laws, a retired judge in San Francisco, and his wife, Beatrice, knew it was important to have health care directives in place to help their doctors and their two sons […]
Social Media is fast becoming the number one marketing and PR vehicle for many companies. Executives certainly know what social media is. After all, if Facebook users constituted a country, it would be the world’s third largest, behind China and India. Executives can even claim to know what makes social media so potent: its ability to […]
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The New York City Department of Buildings has issued a permit for the construction of a new, 84-story residential building, slated to be the city’s tallest, at the 440 Park Avenue site where CIM Group and Macklowe Properties plan to build condominiums, the DOB confirmed today. The permit, for a 1,400-foot-tall residential tower at the […]
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The Conference Center at World-Wide Business Centers has been host to more than one scrum as of late. Read all about these “open space” strategy sessions. Coaching Teams to do better Scrum