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Arms races rarely serve the best interests of “citizens”, in the case of corporations, our clients and customers. Thus, we believe we must seek first to understand unmet client demand and then invest in technologies and solutions that address those needs. We will not make technology investments from a position of fear, ego, or irrational impulse.
Check out this piece about our partnership philosophy. https://www.cio.com/article/3191534/it-industry/cushman-and-wakefield-cio-builds-innovation-through-partnerships.amp.html
This brief chat with BuiltWords was part of The Fourth Edition of the Cushman & Wakefield Occupier Edge magazine which highlights insights and trends identified and explained by global real estate experts.
Competence is becoming overrated as a hiring driving force. We live in a VUCA business environment — volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous — and technology has allowed executives to open up revenue streams they never thought possible. We don’t necessarily need the most competent financial guy in history; we need a financial guy who can switch between different approaches as it’s called for.