Extending payment terms is not without consequence and we must be informed on these risks in order to make a sound decision.
Category: Corporate America
Market Watch – How Procurement Can Become a Strategic Partner and Mitigate Supply Chain Disruptions
As we continue our recovery from the impacts of the pandemic, inflation rates across the globe are on the rise.
Commentary – Working from Home – How to be Alone Without Feeling Lonely.
In contrast to working in an office, working from home can be very isolating. Dealing with that effectively can be challenging, but after some time, and by making a few adjustments, these feelings can be overcome.
Industry Watch – Real Estate – How Real Estate has Been Impacted by COVID and What it Might Mean for the future of the Industry
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the effects of mass quarantines around the world has created a great deal of uncertainty. The decision by many of the World’s largest Companies to permanently work from home, has left Landlords holding their breath as they wait to see what the market does.
Industry Watch – The AIA and SARA – How Professional Organizations Are Responding to National Call for End to Systemic Racial Injustice
As if the burdens of COVID19 were not enough, racial tensions in the US have come to a boil in the wake of the heinous murder of George Floyd in Minnesota and the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta.
Industry Watch – Construction Materials – How Lumber Liquidators Gave America Cancer.
6 to 30 of every 100,000 customers who purchased the formaldehyde laden products from Lumber Liquidators are expected to develop cancer.
Commentary – Open-Plan Offices – How Office Environments Are Making Us Less Social and Why Architects Are to Blame.
Open-plan offices were never really about increasing collaboration they were more about saving cost on Real Estate.
Commentary – Millennials in the Workforce – How Shared Experiences of Gen X’ers and Millennials Can Bridge the Gap to Build a Better Brighter Future for All.
My point is not to diminish Elizabeth’s concerns, but to share a kinship.