Author Archives: Elise Schwartz

Leadership by Defining, Learning, Doing

Leadership starts with a mindset then evolves into attainable goals and outcomes based on the commitment to learn and implement change along a path. Leadership is personal. Everyone has their own leadership style. My approach is: Define, Learn, Do. It’s …
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Common Mistakes Made by Tenants Looking for Office Space

Renting office space is similar to purchasing a house or finding a great apartment to rent, but it’s not exactly the same. There are a few key differences you need to understand so you don’t end up with an office …
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It’s Your Move: The Benefits of Move Management Services

When companies move into a new location, a whole host of co-dependent moving parts are set into motion. Managing these variables for a successful move requires expertise and attention to detail. Often companies, especially those accustomed to large project management, …
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The Benefits of Third Party Project Management

Good project management can mean all the difference on a project. When a weak manager is in charge, deadlines are missed, budgets are shot, and the overall project suffers in quality. On the other hand, when a project has an …
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The Importance of Alignment in a Project

Projects require motivation, organization, and planning. As one person, this might be easy to achieve, but when working as a team, project management requires alignment. A team cannot succeed without coalition. Alignment is not only important within the team, but …
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Owner’s Rep Role: The AEC Partner Challenge

We’re up for a challenge. Are you? We are currently seeking feedback from our architectural, engineering and contract communities via a survey. The findings will help us gain more insight into the owner’s representative role from the AEC perspective. We …
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