admin / August 11, 2016
You’ve heard the saying, “don’t just work in your business, work on your business.” When it comes to industrial space, you must integrate your company’s long-range strategy into the decision making process for purchases and leases spanning five years or more. For starters, bring together your company’s key staff and advisors to work through your space requirement summary. You should begin the process with an open brainstorming exercise facilitated by an appointed project leader. I recommend using some or all of the following questions as a guide to facilitating the discussion. Once you work through the strategic discussion, the project leader will be prepared to develop your company’s requirement summary and decision matrix. Be sure to check out more tools available at www.warehouse-veteran.com.
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