2013 Presidential Innovation Fellow, Author, and Venture Capitalist Scott Hartley explains the origins of his best-selling book, The Fuzzy and the Techie: Why the Liberal Arts Will Rule the Digital World in his words “kicking the tires on the technology world, poking holes in the notions we’ve lionized.”
July 16, 2019
Today is a huge milestone in the seven-year history of Honest Buildings. We are incredibly excited that Honest Buildings has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Procore, a leader in construction management software. Together, our companies will make up the world’s most complete software platform and application ecosystem for construction, encompassing subcontractors, general contractors, owners, all the way up to investors and lenders. We plan to build and scale faster and more efficiently than ever before to improve the lives of everyone in construction, and everyone that interacts with the built world. You can read the press release here.
In her Catalyst 2019 keynote, author and educator Dr. Barbara White Bryson insists that our industry poised for something bigger than they've ever experienced. For her, only one thing stands between us, predictability.
How do we undertake interactions in a way that allows both parties to look forward to subsequent negotiations and working together? We've gathered our three favorite tips for consistently arriving at successful outcomes without doing damage.
Is anyone completely confident in their ability to apply pressure appropriately, reading situations to know how and whether to proceed? We’re taking another look at the best of Catalyst 2019.
A diverse panel of real estate executives gathered for a spirited and informative conversation on the art of determining when to lean in, when to back off, and how to tell the difference. If you weren’t there, here are some of what you missed.
We're sharing the best of our annual conference Catalyst 2019 over the next few weeks. First up, our CEO & Co-Founder, Riggs Kubiak.
CRETech’s Michael Beckerman eschewed the title emcee in favor of “host.” It was clear that while considerable information sharing and networking was due to happen, this group was looking forward to enjoying some time together. When he said, “we’re going to shut the doors,” attendees knew something special was shortly to unfold.
When this article was originally published in 2016, Chief Information and Chief Technology Officers were new to commercial real estate. As technology shifts from operational enhancement to becoming integral, strategic information and technology management becomes a central position for organizations desiring to achieve operational excellence.