In a slump? You can get your career back on track, says Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter, author of Confidence: How Winning Streaks & Losing Streaks Begin & End (Three Rivers Press, 2006).
Dwindling funds for roads, bridges, and sewers is fast becoming a national crisis, says Urban Land Institute Senior Resident Fellow Robert Dunphy. He explains the findings of an influential ULI study showing that government can’t go it alone.
At the forefront of the sustainable development movement, Jonathan Rose runs an eponymous planning and development company based in New York. A third-generation developer, Rose discusses why “smart growth” matters and what makes Denver an eco-friendly model.
Best known for her captivating role as Dr. Jennifer Melfi, mobster Tony Soprano's psychotherapist, actress and real estate enthusiast Lorraine Bracco discusses the virtues of bricks-and-mortar investments over stocks, diamonds, and furs.