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IR departments want the highest prices on the sale of their surplus. This is normally achieved with maximum exposure to the most people. eBay, the world’s largest Internet auction site, can reach a global marketplace and will certainly broaden the number of potential buyers beyond your own in-house marketing list.
Amid the current discussions about the “New Infrastructure for America” which is to hopefully kick-start our economic recovery, there is a vital and so-far-overlooked question: What are we to do with the OLD infrastructure in order to make way for the new?
Like much of corporate America, Investment Recovery professionals are finding they have fewer resources with which to accomplish their ever-growing responsibilities. Here are a few thoughts on how to manage the workload while maintaining some sense of sanity and control!
Sustainability is an emerging and important aspect of a company’s success. You hear about it everywhere in the media – but what is it? And isn’t it inherent in Investment Recovery? How should IR professionals approach this concept to help get noticed for what they do in this arena – to ensure that they “get a seat at the table”? A key part of succeeding with “sustainability speak” is using the right terms – this is essential to ensure that you’re on the same page as everyone else – yet oftentime
One of the most significant things today’s leaders and organizations can do to achieve and sustain superior performance is to look at “trust” through new eyes.
Branding influences people. Branding generates an emotional stimulation. People make decisions on emotions, and back them with facts.
In recent years, some of the “dream” building projects of our parents and grandparents have become today’s demolition nightmares because they contained asbestos, PCB’s or lead paint. As a result, it now often costs more to remediate industrial sites than it does to demolish them. Here are a few of the more common environmental concerns associated with demolition.