First Principles

ADVANCED First Principle 01: Case in point - Tishman Speyer Projects: Client satisfaction is the wrong objective; rather, technology strategy must evoke user delight.

Results generated - Prevention of: 1) loss due to lackluster tenant attraction; 2) loss due to sub-par tenant retention.

ADVANCED First Principle 02: Case in point - SEC Headquarters Project: Correctly assess the self-perform vs. managed service question with a 7+ year vision.

Results generated - Prevention of: 1) loss due to operational inefficiency; 2) loss due to untimely systems obsolescence.

ADVANCED First Principle 03: Case in point - National Harbor Project: Apply the principle of Occam’s razor, e.g., when evaluating various methods, the solution with the lowest complexity is superior unless it can be easily proven otherwise.

Results generated - Prevention of: 1) loss of NOI; 2) loss due to untimely systems obsolescence.

ADVANCED First Principle 04: Case in point - Constitution Center Project: Know the norms of each region.

Results generated - Prevention of: 1) loss due to liability exposure;  2) loss due to remedial capital expenditures.

ADVANCED First Principle 05: Case in point - GE Hitachi Project: Break the trap of incremental thinking.

Results generated: Prevention of loss due to competitive disruption.

ADVANCED First Principle 06: Case in point - Tishman Speyer Startup Project (Latch): Collaborate with Proptech focused Venture Capital ecosystem

Results generated: Prevention of loss due to competitive disruption.