This Week’s Recommended Reading

by CoyDavidson on December 14, 2013

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6 Articles to Read this Weekend

Millennials And The Fifth Age Of Work
In less than a decade, millennials will outnumber baby boomers in the workforce, and tomorrow’s most successful companies will have learned to leverage both the traits of the new generation, as well as cloud-based technology that is rapidly transforming business practices … CEO.com

The Geography Of Aging: Why Millennials Are Headed To The Suburbs
One supposed trend, much celebrated in the media, is that younger people are moving back to the city, and plan to stay there for the rest of their lives. Retirees are reportedly following suit … New Geography

The 10 Worst Things About Working In An Open-Office–In Your Words
It’s not surprising that many people don’t like cubicle life. But recently we’ve noticed a particular amount of disgust directed toward the once-revolutionary open-office layout. What was supposed to be the ultimate space for collaboration … Fast Company

Should You Stay or Should You Go? Evaluating Operations Expansion Options
When a company is faced with not having enough space to serve its clients, it is faced with two choices — either expanding at its current location or locating a facility in a new location. The first step in the process is to complete a thorough evaluation … Area Development

23 Rules for Face-to-Face Meetings
While a lot of business is conducted today over the Internet and the telephone, customers often want to meet you personally, just to make certain you’re the kind of person who can be trusted to deliver what you promise … Inc.com

Social Media for Real Estate: Is it Worth it?
Due to its prevalence in our society, it’s natural to wonder if the recent explosion in the use of social media is merely a trend or something much more. In any case, there is a proven link between effective social media use and increased profits. Major studies have found that companies using social media experience higher revenues … The News Funnel

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