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Bruce Kirsch
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Choosing the Right Increments for Your Sensitivity Analysis Tables (Part 2)

20November14

The question becomes, though, what should the range of input values be? What increment should be used for rent and what for sale cap rate? In other words, should it be this?

Rent increments of $1 PSF and cap rate increments of 25 basis points.

Or should it be this?

Rent increments of $2 PSF and cap rate [...]


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Bruce Kirsch
Bruce Kirsch writes on:

Choosing the Right Increments for Your Sensitivity Analysis Tables (Part 1)

19November14

In Excel, you can use two-way Data Tables (keyboard shortcut: Alt+D+T) to construct a sensitivity analysis output matrix. These matrices can be very insightful as to how a key performance indicator output will change given the simultaneous changing of two input variables.

A two-way data table showing sensitivity of the property’s capitalized value to changes in Rent PSF [...]


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Wes Morgan
Wes Morgan writes on:

The Servant Leader a Conversation with a CEO (Part 2)

18November14

We asked the CEO what he thought a leader needed to accomplish to be successful. The question was a little awkward and maybe even a little open-ended, but our CEO wasn’t perplexed, confused or bewildered in the least. He spoke in measured tone with confidence and self assuredness. He was not pompous or arrogant. In [...]



 
 
Wes Morgan
Wes Morgan writes on:

The Servant Leader a Conversation with a CEO (Part 1)

17November14

You can’t help but be impressed by a CEO who is comfortable in his role as leader. Recently I had the opportunity to meet with such an individual. He was invited as a guest of a small group of consultants of which I was one. The purpose of the meeting was to get a better [...]



 
 
Stephen Frey
Stephen Frey writes on:

So You Want to Start Writing, but Where to Begin? (Part 4)

14November14

Do you follow certain writers / bloggers you admire? Interact with them on and offline. Meet them, call / skype them etc. Go to conferences where they speak, and meet them in person. Seek mentors, observe how they write and their writing structures. It’s a long and fruitful journey.
Try different ideas, writing approaches, short [...]



 
 
Stephen Frey
Stephen Frey writes on:

So You Want to Start Writing, but Where to Begin? (Part 3)

13November14

Establish your voice. Do you want to establish a distinct and separate voice from your day job or extend the brand of your current employer? If the latter, then maybe talk to your employer about how you can contribute. Maybe you could write pieces on their LinkedIn page to start, or on your company website, [...]



 
 
Stephen Frey
Stephen Frey writes on:

So You Want to Start Writing, but Where to Begin? (Part 2)

12November14

Here are a few questions you can ask yourself before you get started.

What are your passions? What motivates you most? Pick two or three topics that you want to focus on and to which you can picture yourself returning again and again.
How would writing a blog help others and you personally and professionally?
What questions [...]



 
 
Wes Morgan
Wes Morgan writes on:

Cultural Diversity 101

10November14

Community Relations and Program Development Supervisor, Kelly Moore, greeted our group in the lobby of the International Institute. She opens with a question, “Who is brave enough to tell the group the difference between an immigrant and a refugee?” There are, of course, important distinctions as the key difference is that a refugee is forced [...]



 
 
Stephen Frey
Stephen Frey writes on:

So You Want to Start Writing, but Where to Begin? (Part 1)

7November14

A friend of mine recently asked how to start blogging and where does one begin? She enjoys writing and thinks blogging could be beneficial on a lot of levels personally and professionally. However, she doesn’t currently blog or write frequently anywhere. So I shared some blogging and writing advice from my own experience. (See adapted [...]



 
 
Lisbeth Calandrino

What’s your excuse for avoiding social media? (Part 3)

6November14

Successful businesses are having their salespeople engage with the potential customer on Facebook, Pinterest and other platforms. Having a profile on LinkedIn will build expertise and trust. I would suggest soliciting comments about installations as well as photos that can be put on your Facebook page.
Before anything works, one must have a marketing strategy. It [...]



 
 
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