The publication challenges you to start rethinking your strategies during today’s economic phase, and highlights the importance of staying true to your vision in both good and bad economic times.
RALEIGH, NC, December 05, 2019 /Neptune100/ — FMI Corporation, the leading provider of consulting and investment banking services to the Built Environment, is pleased to announce the release of its fourth FMI Quarterly issue for 2019. The publication (co-sponsored by Zurich) challenges you to start rethinking your strategies during today’s economic phase, and highlights the importance of staying true to your vision in both good and bad economic times.
Chris Daum, CEO of FMI, states, “Here at FMI, one thing we’ve noticed both with our own clients and within the broader Built Environment is that, at the top of the cycle, strategy tends to take a backseat while companies scramble to keep up with the projects at hand. Let’s face it, everyone is busy, and backlogs are full. And while we’d love to see this trend continue, there is no better time than now to take a step back and reflect on the bigger strategic picture.”
In this Quarterly edition, authors provide a close examination of past market cycles and compare companies that did well both at the top of the last cycle and right through the correction. Other topics include structuring strategic incentive plans, building leadership pipelines with action learning, and using captive insurance to build company resilience.
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