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Monday
Sep092013

Tyra Oldham LAND sds Deliver Rural and Urban Research

September 9, 2013

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Sustainability is an integral part of research today. Sustainability research is aided by understanding the unique qualities of rural and urban development. Dr. Tyra Oldham, LAND sds continue to identify sustainability areas that define our economy, businesses, organizations, technologies, energy and infrastructure to support socioeconomics, economic development and social justice.

The study, "Sustainability Infrastructure Connection of Rural to Urban" reviews how the lack of connectivity between rural cites and urban centers cause instability and lower state performance. It highlights lack of synthesis in states that are in danger of economic downturns in part but collectively have an effect on new energy adoption, technological growth and global competitiveness, as well as the ability to manage changing energy and resource prices. 

To learn more about LAND sds sustainability work or have Dr. Oldham present this expanding topic to your organization on developing  rural and urban sustainability contact LAND sds at land@landsds.com for more information and scheduling.

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Monday
Sep022013

LAND sds Labor Day Message

September 2, 2013

Tyra Oldham, LAND sds

 

We at LAND sds want to wish all a Happy Labor Day. Today, labor is pushed for more time and often with less reward. We at LAND sds value the importance of labor and wish to acknowledge the hard work that people produce each day.

It is important that on this day you support a small business. Small businesses support, hire and retain labor.  When you hire a small business you strengthen the economy and help drive the supply chain. When we all contribute to business and support of labor the world is made sustainable and better.

Happy Labor Day to one and all.

 

Friday
Aug232013

Consider the Power of Sustainability

August 22, 2013

By Tyra Oldham, LAND sds

 

There is no other time in our history that has produced such a nexus of events driving education, economics, innovation, business, health care, social justice, technology and leadership than today. In every century this can be said but yet, the elements today significantly place a shift as technology, innovation, energy and globalization are hallmarks of this age. Globalization are not as explorers of the past but as synthesized economies that are pegged to one another through dynamic markets. The confluence of these moving parts is the recipe for sustainability thinking.

Let's first begin by distilling some facts.

  1. Sustainability is only for energy and environmental solutions. Sustainability is a process for capturing all internal and external resources for optimization. Organizations can limit sustainability to energy, energy efficiency, environment, carbon capture, emissions but more so, sustainability distills down the simplest node of an organization for effectiveness. 
  2. Sustainability is perceived as a big or large organizational construct. Sustainability can be used by a one man shop or a transnational corporation. The differences are represented by their ecosystem and supply chain. Sustainability identifies stakeholders, ecosystem and supply chains across platforms, systems and processes for a new lens to durability, longevity and profitability.
  3. Sustainability is for people who believe in green. Sustainability are for people who believe in considering tomorrow in their present operations. If you as a leader have an organization that you consider only today and tomorrow is not relevant then yes, sustainability is not for you. Sustainability is a working mechanism aggregating and defining elegant solutions.
  4. Sustainability is not used by technology companies. Technology companies are indeed driven by sustainability as the torrent of data, systems, energy and innovation push out and into these organizations. Consider, Google, Yahoo and more who have formed alliances to determine how to gain energy, solutions and requirements to service their systems for tomorrow. These companies are tooling to build smart grid solutions that indeed will aid other surrounding organizations producing sustainable solutions.

Consider, the impact of governmental change, economy and the need for leaning resources to manage operability. Sustainability is the tool and lens to change programs and processes to shape the organization in structuring effective decisions and outcomes. Sustainability is the tool to manage this new dynamic work place where more and innovation is demanded daily to meet goals.

Contact LAND sds, Tyra Oldham for more information on sustainability conversion and development at 513.617.9464.

 

Wednesday
Aug142013

The Power of Partnerships is Leverage 

August 14, 2013
The change in today's business ecosystem is not an illusion but a new reality of  high activity, knowledge, capitalization and technological responsiveness. Today we all entangled in a nexus of multiple pulls and pushes that are causing system overload. One elegant method to combat this new normal or new-new is by partnerships.
Partnerships infuse nodes of ability to one's operation where gaps or constraints persist. Partnerships enable agility and access no matter the size or in what stage of the business life cycle to deliver opportunity, intelligence and new brain power to driving solutions.
Many business leaders struggle in partnerships. For some it opens a black box of perceived vulnerabilities versus a circle of additive power to manage change. Partnerships offer a new capacity and scalability for productivity, profitability and quality across supply chains and platforms.
 
The understanding of today's new business topography can be elusive, challenging or the next new opportunity that partnerships can support.
Consider the following moving forward to partnering:
  1. In engaging in a partnership opportunity see the apparent and undefined value.
  2. Consider what a business can do singularly that in partnership is made better.
  3. Leverage opportunities to partner across, down and up. It is natural to look up but there are unique values when you consider solving a puzzle.
  4. The nexus is multidisciplinary. Partnerships across disciplines can add value.
  5. Look for your partner today.  

 

Thursday
Jul252013

How Big and Small Business Respond to Change Today

 

 

July 24, 2013

By Tyra Oldham, LAND sds

 

The interesting curiosities of the state of business from varied professionals crossing sectors and levels of leadership conveys a lot about the economy and the structural changes in the business world. The privilege to engage with professionals in Energy, Law, Government, Policy, Engineering, Construction, Management, Manufacturing and more all asking questions on the mode of business today. I often liken today as to the days of the Wild West in which new territories were sought and the infrastructure was challenged and changed.

The question posed:

“Do you feel small business are not responding to the changes and demands of business today.”

 Response:

All businesses are effected by the today's changes. The changes are complex and challenged by technology, globalization, the economy and finding the next fertile ground. The difference between Big and Small Business is the speed in which impact is felt within this complexity. What is meant by “impact is felt”?  What is the rate of speed that information is realized in which c-change is required. Consider, big business has a velocity and led by a tail wind of resources, brand recognition and people in which impact takes time to be felt; whereas, small businesses feel the impact immediately with very little gap from information to reaction. Small businesses know immediately that their sales are dropping; therefore, new intelligence is required or something is needed. Big businesses' capital and brand create a malaise and the decentralization of knowledge reducing agile communication to address issues. Further, the higher one is from the floor has its benefit but can cause loss of site on new realities. Leaders who assemble a team of advisers from varied stages of development across sectors can provide insight into new realities. This team is advisably recommended to big and small businesses. A myopic view is developed when one assembles knowledge that is reflective of their own or from a stand point of comfortability.

The solutions for Big and Small business today is adapting to change and operating as if small, as well as functioning as that success rests on each and every sale. Further, recognizing and valuing the proposition of doing good business leads to long-term sustainability. The mental model of small and big business is contrasting and uniquely different under the reality that no one is “too big to fail” as the previous paradigm for small businesses was undoubtedly and more often subject to fail. This knowledge is an i-bomb (intelligence bomb) to the economy causing market unsteadiness and uncertainties reflected in spending and growth.

Failure and growth is a dynamic for those who seek to move or resist new ground. The businesses that rest on past successes and remain unchanged by their environment, today's gravity and momentum are challenged no matter their positionality.

The ability to recognize the need for assistance and third party support or tools is the fulcrum today. Next, the ability to accept that support is the leverage for sustainable growth. Today, big and small businesses are on the same boat of meeting new horizons while scaling for growth. The opportunity is to tune up to enable sustainability.

 

Monday
Jul082013

Sustainability Decision from LAND sds LLC.

 Published July 8, 2013

by LAND sds llc

 

LAND sds - Sustainability can be perceived as a novelty that is not afforded or affordable at this time no matter size and/or type of businesses. Sustainability is the defined intent to survive and thrive. Making the "sustainability choice" is a systemic decision, inclusive of multiple and exponential factors to be competitively placed for tomorrow's challenges.

Why Sustainability

Sustainability aids people, systems, assets, processes, operations, data, stakeholders, supply chain and resources to optimize and identify ecosystem, effect, emission, efficiency, metrics, cost, value, function and target of today for tomorrow. It is inconceivable that an organization starts-out to fail even with an exit strategy, sustainability  is necessary.

The Organizational Effect

The management of moveable objects is representative of today's organizations, suggest that an organizing system can support development and the orchestration of resources is valuable. This development and orchestration requires managing more factors for efficient accountability. Accountability is enabled first, by willingness and then the ability to address each factor as moving targets or persistent objects effectively and efficiently while gauging and measuring impact.

Sustainability can be the relief and innovation to your organization's gaps, constraints for greater success, as well as successive competitive advantage.

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Learn more about how sustainability  can grow your organization and leadership from LAND sds LLC your strategy management consulting professionals- "Organizes and Communicates for  a Sustainable World" by contacting us at land@landsds.com for your assessment.