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Changing Demographics are Driving Change in Real Estate

The Census Bureau announced that as early as 2045, the majority population in the United States will probably be nonwhite. The impact of this demographic change in the United States has implications for society as a whole and for American businesses in particular.

"AI Invades Real Estate"

AI is developing at an almost blinding speed, and its increasingly complex predictive capabilities are being nurtured and utilized by a wide variety of businesses and industries with an eye on its potential for profit. A 2017 Forrester report predicts that over the next 10 years AI will create 15 million new jobs in the US alone.

"Modernizing Medicaid Eligibility Rules to Bring Care Home"

The financial, emotional and health benefits of care at home for seniors are obvious. More than that, these benefits are supported by research and experience. But the option to stay at home to receive care is not readily available for thousands of families in Pennsylvania.

"The New Healthcare CEO"

It is widely recognized that all areas of healthcare are undergoing sweeping changes, and that sea change will not stop soon. The expectations of patients, communities, the government and general public are evolving and rising to higher levels than ever, primarily in terms of accessibility and affordability.

"Leading the 21st Century Zoo and Aquarium"

Recruiting and retaining a President is the major challenge facing the board of a zoo or aquarium.   There are many factors that make the challenge even greater compared to a search for C-level executives in more traditional businesses.

"Growing Influence, Growing Needs"

History, geography and its long noted, continually growing affluence and geo-political significance combine to make the Asian market one of vast social, economic and political diversity. The region is disparate in population and the evolution of its various health systems.

"Data Analytics and the Talent Gap"

Data analytics is how information, once gathered, sorted and processed, is utilized for maximum optimization in terms of insights. It’s the knowledge behind the questions: What will people think, buy and desire? Are there ways to improve our business? How can fraud and risk be reduced?

"Large Law Firms Rethink Their Strategies for Talent"

The acceleration of compensation programs in the mid-90s resulted in a need to redesign legal processes. Since then automation, digital technologies and the proliferation of online legal resources have disrupted the market even further.

"Taking a Bite Out of Big Food"

According to the U.S. Organic Industry Survey, sales of organic food in the United States totaled more than $39 billion in 2014, up 11.3 percent from the year before, and those sales represent 5 percent of the total food market.

"Latin America: Weathering the Storm"

Economic and political uncertainties throughout Latin America have shaken the confidence and altered the outlook of those doing business there, or those who were considering the region for investment or expansion.

"Share and Share Alike"

The sharing economy, sometimes called the peer economy, has had a significant impact on the expectations and wants of consumers. It continues to grow, particularly among the United States’ 83 million millennials who have been much covered in the media. Their influence is reflected in a new socioeconomic system that relies heavily on sharing resources.

"Latin American Growth Fuels Need for Talent, but From Where?

Immigration from Latin American countries to North America and Europe has loomed large in the public consciousness for a fair amount of time. But a reverse migration is underway, as well, and while it may not generate the press and attention of the former, it has not escaped the notice of governments, industry and business.

"Nonprofit CEO Succession Planning"

Ensuring outstanding management leadership is arguably the single most important responsibility of the nonprofit board. The CEO, more than any other person or group, manages the financial affairs and shapes the programmatic vision that keeps the organization solvent, accessible and relevant.

"Making Diversity Work"

Diversity matters, and in a much more significant way than simply providing opportunity to a wider range of talent. It is a given that it drives large scale social and economic equality, but real data proves that it matters in terms of productivity and, most importantly, profitability.

"As Healthcare Evolves the Talent Pool Must Do So With It"

In the face of constant growth, developing bench strength will only become more crucial to successful healthcare organizations. Healthcare organizations are consolidating while, at the same time, healthcare as an economic driver continues to grow.

"Fannie and Freddie Fade into the Background"

Few industries have seen greater changes than the residential mortgage business. Following the easy lending environment prior to 2008, the pendulum swung in the opposite direction.

"The Climate for Change: Navigating Information Technology Risk Over the Horizon"

Cyber theft and incidents of breached security have risen dramatically in scale and frequency, and very publicly. Companies – and their customers, partners and shareholders – recently victimized include US Steel, Alcoa, Target, Michael’s, SuperValu and Home Depot.

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Chicago, Illinois

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