New North Scottsdale Office Lofts

by Mike Hunter

A brand-new loft-style office project is coming to North Scottsdale, courtesy of Phoenix-based commercial real estate investment and operating company George Oliver and Vancouver-based Kootenay Holdings. Lofts at The District will target small to mid-sized tenants with high-end, innovative office space reflective of the creativity found in other George Oliver … [More]

Rise of the Modern-Day Product Manager

by Philip Alexander

“We want to know what every product in the world is. We want to know who every person in the world is. And we want to have the ability to connect them together in a transaction.” —Walmart’s CEO of global e-commerce Technology is driving innovation and new product development in companies around the world. In turn, the demand for product management professionals who have a … [More]

iTether Platform for Integrated Healthcare Industry

by Mike Hunter

Digital health management platform iTether is designed to promote positive and sustainable outcomes for patients while also benefitting providers by helping reduce administrative work and increase billable events because more patients show up to appointments. The iTether Technologies, Inc. platform provides users with a care navigation system with access to telehealth and … [More]

How to Get Patients to Use the Patient Portal

by Dana Bensinger

It’s a question that persistently confounds healthcare providers: how to keep patients from leaving their network. This desire to prevent patient leakage stems from more than wanting to protect the bottom line. When patients go out of network, provider-to-provider communication is limited if it takes place at all, which puts patients at risk. This also sets the stage for the … [More]

Epicenter at Agritopia® Is Underway

by Mike Hunter

Groundbreaking is imminent at Epicenter, the high-end, vertical mixed-use community and retail destination in the heart of Agritopia®, a village that includes an 11.3-acre organic farm. The multi-family project, which is currently pre-leasing its available retail space, will feature elevated apartment living situated above thoughtfully selected restaurants and retail focused on … [More]

LEED Cert for ASU’s Bio C

by Mike Hunter

The $120-million Biodesign Institute C research building at Arizona State University, which was constructed by McCarthy Building Companies and completed in June 2018, recently received LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Following ASU’s green building standards, Biodesign Institute C was designed and constructed to the highest levels of … [More]

Cavasson Attracts Major Tech Tenant

by Mike Hunter

Cavasson, Nationwide Realty Investors’ 134-acre premiere mixed-used project now under development at Loop 101 and Hayden Road in Scottsdale, will include tree-lined sidewalks, bike paths and green spaces, with ample parking in an adjacent six-story parking structure. Hospitality franchisor Choice Hotels International, Inc., one of the world’s largest hotel franchisors, will … [More]

2020 Aston Martin DBX

by Mike Hunter

The famed British sportscar maker has finally done it — Aston Martin has built an SUV. Uber luxurious and fast would be a better description of this new model set to release this quarter. A direct competitor to the Bentley Bentayga and the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, this new entry will boast a Mercedes-AMG-sourced 4.0-liter twin turbo V8. With 546 horsepower, it is more than just a … [More]

Managing Your Career with a 100+ Year Life

by Doug Bruhnke

Recently, we were honored to speak with Teresa Martín-Retortillo, executive president of executive education at IE Business School, a member University based in Madrid and expanding around the world. It was a WOW! I hope you get the chance to see it on our site. The discussion was based on the book The 100 Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity by Lynda Gratton … [More]

A Global View Can Create Enlightenment

by Doug Bruhnke

Through our continued support of our “global tribe” of members worldwide, there are several key factors about them that shine through about their capabilities and success. Members of our global tribe are globally minded and “enlightened,” meaning they have developed advanced business and leadership capabilities, with a more informed view of the world overall. Are you looking … [More]

Sushi Unbarred

by RaeAnne Marsh

There are a lot of sushi restaurants that declare themselves with the word a prominent part of their name. But there is good sushi to be found at other dining establishments. Here are three that offer great sushi as part of a broader menu. HILLSTONE Subdued dining room or friendly bar. 2650 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix (602) 957-9700 AJ’S FINE FOODS Hardly a … [More]

Jazzin’ It Up at Voodoo Daddy’s

by RaeAnne Marsh

Laissez les bons temps rouler! That phrase (“Let the good times roll!”) is nearly synonymous with “New Orleans.” And while that city is geographically a ways away from us in Metro Phoenix, restaurateur Ron Lynch strove to give us a taste of its atmosphere through Voodoo Daddy’s Steam Kitchen’s décor and menu. A mural dominates the dining room, depicting vividly garbed jazz … [More]

Travel Anxiety?

by Mike Hunter

Air travel is common, so it might surprise some to learn that flight anxiety is a phenomenon many people suffer from. Products sold on Patti + Ricky, an e-commerce site featuring designers who make fashion and accessories for the disability community, can help relieve that or other anxiety-related issues for people who, during an important meeting, don’t want to be perceived as … [More]

Talk Is Chief

by Mike Hunter

Leaders today spend up to 90 percent of each day communicating to make good things happen in their organizations. They communicate with colleagues, customers, shareowners, creditors, regulators, advocates and competitors. They influence culture, opportunity, risk taking and risk aversion. The stakes in this new communication environment are very high, driving home Winston … [More]

Get Sh*t Done

by Mike Hunter

Get Sh*t Done not only shows readers what’s preventing them from daily achievement, it provides the tools and the strategies to help them get to where they want to be. Get Sh*t Done is much more than just the title of this book; it’s the method that unlocks the secrets of accomplishment and achievement —the GSD Secret Formula. In this engaging and easy-to-read book, readers … [More]

The Experience Economy

by Mike Hunter

Apple Stores, Disney, LEGO, Starbucks. Do these names conjure up images of mere goods and services, or do they evoke something more — something visceral? Welcome to the Experience Economy, where businesses must form unique connections in order to secure their customers' affections — and ensure their own economic vitality. This seminal book on experience innovation by Joe Pine … [More]

Cutting through the Weed(s)

by Alejandro Pérez

The legalization of marijuana in Arizona has created an exciting buzz in this State. Medical marijuana has proven itself a unique, and potentially lucrative, business endeavor. Medical marijuana has also caused some serious frustrations; this is especially so for employers. Many employers find themselves confused as to whether they can still drug test and, particularly, how to … [More]

Financial Wellness Is Workplace Benefit for All

by Rob Schwister

As more and more business owners offer retirement and healthcare benefits for their employees, the question is: What else can I do? This isn’t purely altruistic; while employers do want to help employees live well, benefits are also critical to a company’s success. Eighty-five percent of Americans are nervous about their financial lives, and 65 percent lose sleep over money. … [More]

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