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    LAND SDS is Pink All Week

    August 19, 2014


    LAND SDS in honor of combating breast cancer and all forms of cancer is Pink all week. Today marks an important day to acknowledge the survivors and those who lost their lives to cancer.

    LAND SDS commerates this day and shares our pink logo. 




    LAND sds Taking its Own Medicine

    March 24, 2014

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    LAND sds like many companies go dark as the plan for the future. LAND sds is under going reorganization and change for a sustainable future. Companies have to take time to assess, audit and analyze where they are within their own lifecycle. LAND sds is taking its own advice!

    The goal is identify its secret sauce and opportunity to have impact today for tomorrow for performance, productivity and profitability. This thinking is sustainable and optimal for success and building relationships within complex ecosystems.

    It is easy to run to what we know versus stepping back to analyze where is the next step for the future. This is complex but adopts an attitide of change.   "As we implore clients to think about their present operations for success we too have to drink our philosophical koolaid,"  said, Tyra Oldham, ceo. 

    LAND sds is proud of its year on the NeXuses where we are providing sustainable news and received awards for leadership but today is now.  


    LAND sds Google Chase Mission Street Grant

    November 4, 2013

    LAND sds staff 


    The Google Chase Mission Main Street Grants are seeking businesses to support and fund for 2014. The collaboration of Google and Chase through the social media connectivity of Facebook is delivering "$3 million to help 12 small businesses make it big" grant. Businesses need two of the three capitals to deliver on mission and vision: 1) economic, 2) social, and 3) intellectual capital to be sustainable and produce impact.

    The grant application closed October 31, midnight to all applicants and LAND sds is an entrant in pursuing the Google Chase Mission Main Street Grant to expand the sustainability outreach mission that was visioned by Tyra Oldham, ceo and founder.

    This grant is one tool and portal that we endeavor to produce sustainable impact.  We saw a need for sustainability, smarter systems and identified a niche to integrate environment, technology, systems for new ideas and processes as global demand for accessible and affordable energy, resources, food, technology and knowledge increase. LAND's focus on organizations and leaders to impart sustainable development by our consulting, strategy and engineering processes. Our unique interdisciplinary approach and nexus platform produces efficiency, savings, profit and productivity. 

    LAND stakeholders are committed to participate in their ecosystem to bring value to their most passionate space to support a sustainable world. We are involved in the development of children, vegetation, education, arts, open source cloud based technologies, business development and foods. Further, our news portal LANDsds Sustainable Voice supports and amplifies content, events, training, education on sustainability in energy, inclusion, investment, technology and leadership across disciplines. 

    The work we do is needed and our passion. LAND sds' focus is to "build a sustainable world." states Oldham. This grant is one way to model our work and expand our footprint.

    We are now seeking 250 Votes to be reviewed. This is social and entrepreneurial opportunity to share the work of businesses on the world stage seeking to make a difference in their ecosystem.

    LAND sds would like your vote. Go to this link and vote. You must have Facebook page to vote.


    About LAND sds. LAND sds is a multidisciplinary firm delivering strategy consulting management and solutions supporting business, government and public institutions for sustainability in an Intelligence Age. We provide enabled solutions "Organizing and Communicating a Sustainable World".


    Government Shutdown a Wake Up Call to Small Business


    October 5, 2013

    Tyra Oldham, ceo, LAND sds


    The government shutdown is in its fifth day. The contraction of service  effects the supply chain of economy, social support and national public services. The shutdown big picture is the connectivity of small business to the government pipeline of contracts, support and intelligence.

    The shutdown has placed all reports on hold that provide strategic data. 

    The contracts, funding and grants from the U.S. government are economic drivers for small business. The governments' SBIR, Darpa, grants programs and more are the platforms for small business development. The services that the government outsources to small developing businesses are fuel centers of many small businesses.

    NBC reported, "How the ripple effects of the government shutdown might spread, day by day" and "Monday, Oct. 7: Sikorsky Aircraft of Connecticut, which sells helicopters to the Defense Department, says it will be forced to furlough 2,000 workers in Connecticut, Florida and Alabama."

    "Friday, Oct. 11: United Technologies, a major defense contractor, says it will be forced to furlough 4,000 workers at two of its companies, Pratt & Whitney and UTC Aerospace Systems. Sikorsky says it will furlough 1,000 more."
    "Saturday, Oct. 12: Football Saturday for the service academies: Army hosts Eastern Michigan, and Navy is at Duke. Those games are up in the air — but college football is such a moneymaker that private donors would probably step in. Private donations are covering the Oct. 5 games, and military officials say the NCAA, CBS Sports and United Airlines all offered to help."
    Last, to understand the domino is "Tuesday, Oct. 15: The final deadline to file your 2012 tax return, provided you got an exemption for the regular April 15 deadline. "
    The shutdown is not good for business but even worse for smaller concerns. Sustainability reveals that the ecosystem in which we work is based on robust activity on every level. When OEMs or Tier I's cease to grow or decide upon a pragmatic or conservative practices to operating, Tier II or III's contract and shrink. Moreover, when Tier II and III's evaporate there is collapse in innovation, jobs and businesses that feed the Tier I's.  


    Good business is great for everyone and the opposite hold true.



    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.



    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.”


    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.