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The new corporate campus?

View of the SF Mint with SF Chronicle in foreground

I was published in TraceSF last week with a review of a panel discussion about new corporate campuses.  Forest City (developer of 5M here in SF) was there with Google and Facebook.  While all are innovating in a fashion, the 5M stuff blew me away.  Can it happen?  Will it work?  There is great energy at the corner of 5th and Mission with TechShop, The Hub, Off the Grid, SFMADE and Intersection for the arts. Read the review here http://tracesf.com/2012/01/the-new-corporate-its-about-the-mix/

January 27, 2012   No Comments

change is inevitable

How we anticipate, manage and communicate change determines how we will resist, adapt, or embrace it. Preparing for change makes sense. All the time. There are many types of changes.  There are opportunities, reactions, and corrections.  There is limitation; there is growth.

= C focuses on change: organizational, procedural or physical.

We understand that all change is related to direction: organic or structured.  People can be the catalyst or the obstacle to change. Planning change, involving staff, and managing process leads, step-by-step, to successful implementation.

Physical change can encourage or restrain behavioral change.  More important, behavior will affect the success of a proposed physical change.

Change is dynamic.
A consultancy led by Bryant Rice, = C provides the experience, skills and tools to manage your change. Whether you are planning a facility or considering a restructuring, = C can offer insights, resources and comparisons.

January 25, 2012   No Comments