My law firm clients often ask, “How are AMLAW 100/200 firms are designing their office…” as they are also concerned about efficiency, retention, and recruiting – not to mention partner profits. The following link provides some insight as to how Fish and Richardson have set up operations to service their global footprint from a single Administrative Hub. via Fish & Richardson Offices – Minneapolis – Office Snapshots
Global drugmaker Eli Lilly and Co. has more than doubled its footprint in San Diego with a $90 million expansion of its Lilly San Diego Biotechnology Center. via Eli Lilly’s $90M Expansion Doubles Co.’s Local Footprint | San Diego Business Journal
Emotion intelligence is an interesting topic, one I have heard emphasized more over the last ten years. This an interesting article (quick read) outlining the importance of having emotional intelligence and how it effects leadership, and the benefits to the organization.
Great article, and quick read providing insights to Millennials different working perspectives. via The Global Workforce Is Changing with Millennials in Mind
“Industry leaders at a panel during Realcomm revealed how their companies react to the deluge of Millennials in today’s workforce, from changing office design trends to management strategies.” via Millennials in the Workplace: 9 Insights
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. will be moving its corporate headquarters from University Towne Center to Scripps Ranch, after recently signing a lease for more than 26,000 square feet at the Scripps Plaza office property. According to brokerage firm Kidder Mathews, which represented the security technology and services firm, Kratos will be relocating after signing a 10-year, $9.3 million lease for the space at 10680 Treena St.
“The five metro areas with the highest startup activity in the 2017 Startup Activity Index were, in this order, the metropolitan areas centered on the cities of Miami, Austin, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Las Vegas.” – 2017 Kauffman Index of Startup Activity
About the Index: The Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurship is a series of annual reports that measures U.S. entrepreneurship across national, state, and metro levels. Rather than focusing on inputs, the Kauffman Index focuses primarily on entrepreneurial outputs—the actual results of entrepreneurial activity—such as new companies, business density, and growth rates. The Kauffman Index series consists of three in-depth studies: Startup Activity, Main Street Entrepreneurship, and Growth Entrepreneurship.