New Study by Oxford Economics and SAP finds companies lack strategy and solutions to engage and manage an increasingly global, diverse and contingent workforce.
The KPMG survey was completed from February through April 2014 and reflects the responses of 100 senior commercial real estate executives from the United States.
Green infrastructure systems are often more cost-effective than outmoded models of grey infrastructure—a term used for the concrete tunnels created to move water—and also provide far more benefits for both people and the environment.
Intelligence is being distributed to the edges of the grid, according to report from Navigant Research.
New microgrid customers will include cities, communities and public institutions.
Average deal value rises substantially, and cross-border deals picking up as risk tolerance rises. Financial investors are also playing greater role in Industrial Products M&A activity.
This study is the first to quantify the amount that groundwater contributes to the water needs of western states.
Report: "Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards" provides perspectives from public, private, not-for-profit and private equity-owned company boards.
Thirty-five percent of chief financial officers (CFOs) said they find that working efficiently comes from taking greater advantage of technology; another 35 percent said delegating more responsibilities is the secret to maximizing work hours.
UVa Miller Center's Milstein Commission has released a report on creating manufacturing Jobs; report is first in a series on restoring middle-class jobs.
The manufacturers in the U.S. are investing more in smart meters and smart grids to provide an excellent foundation for smart city programs.
New Resilience Index is the only online, interactive tool to display data on country-by-country susceptibility to supply chain risk.
Nearly one-quarter of respondents of new TD Bank Environmental Attitudes Survey said they would refuse a job if they disagreed with the organization's sustainable impact.
Thumbtack.com surveyed 12,632 small businesses across the United States. The survey asked questions about the friendliness of states and cities toward small businesses.
Largest institutions most likely to consider climate change, resource scarcity and social responsibility in their investment strategies, according to new data from PwC's Investor Resource Institute
Job security and economic outlook within the manufacturing and logistics sectors on the upswing according to a recent survey from Randstad.
In the Crowe Horwath LLP and Governing Institute study, government leaders revealed that the lack of modern technology and processes creates problems, such as uncoordinated strategies among departments and untracked or incorrectly tracked data.
Midwest companies leading the charge on corporate social responsibility.
Concern over competitive environment rising; top areas for increased spending include technology (64%), existing facilities (42%) and workforce hiring (40%) in 2014.
The SBA has cleared the way for two major government guaranteed loan programs.