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  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSeeing What’s Next: Trends ImpactingEconomic Development & Real EstateThursday, April 25, 20132:00pm-3:30pm ESTPresenters:Steve Grable, SIOR, Jones Lang LaSalleTed Abernathy, Executive Director, Southern Growth Policies BoardHosted by:Dean Whittaker of Whittaker Associates, Inc.in collaboration with the Pro Learning Lab
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncThanks to OurProfessional Learning Lab Partners and Affiliates
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncQuestions?Tech Support:Blane Canada, Ltd.630-462-9222
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSteve GrableSIORJones Lang LaSalle
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSteve Grable, SIORGlobal Supply Chain “Threads”Interplay Between These Emerging Trendsand What They Signify
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncMore than real estate…50.3%21.8%9.5% 7.8%4.3% 2.7% 2.2% 1.2%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%Transportation Inventory Labor Customer Service Rent Admin Supplies OtherTransportation, inventoryand labor typicallyaccount for 80% of theoperating costsReal estate typicallyaccounts for less than5%…Understanding the total operating cost picture is critical to maximizing valueSteve Grable, SIOR
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSteve Grable, SIORU.S. Trade Routes
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSteve Grable, SIORGlobal “Threads”• Global Near Shoring• U.S. Manufacturing• Panama Canal Expansion• Emerging Global Development in BRIC Countries• Energy Shift to Natural Gas and Biomass
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSteve Grable, SIORThe Threads Signify…• Job Creation• Automation and Technical Training• Emphasis on Speed, Flexibility, Reliability,and Efficiency• Expansion of Logistics Clusters
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSteve Grable, SIORMulti-Modal Logistics ClustersShipsTrainsTrucksAirplanes
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncTed AbernathyExecutive DirectorSouthern Growth Policies Board
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncI Have NothingProfound the Say…except, many of thethings we used to knowwe knew, have changedThink
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncWhy is it Harder To Compete? The economy changed The competition changed Locational factors changed The U.S. workforce has changed The talent demands changed Life cycles have changed Tools have changed Customer (talent & companies) demands/expectations changed Local leadership has changed The pace of change and everything else changed
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncDemographic ShiftsSpecializationIntensifying CompetitionCorporate IntegrationTechnology (Speed)The Omni CustomerNatural ResourcesUrbanizationGlobal InterdependenceComplexityChanging InstitutionsRadical DecentralizationCommunity ResilienceThe Talent BarGrowth Future15 of the Trends Changing Our World
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncComing Over the Horizon1. Regionalism and clusters (places and companies tied together bygeography)2. Return-on-Investment (mania & metrics)3. Regulation4. Return to rural worry5. Real workforce reform (maybe)6. Redefine priorities
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncSummary Global Supply Chain Threads Global Near Shoring U.S. Manufacturing Panama Canal Expansion Emerging Global Development in BRIC Countries Energy Shift to Natural Gas and Biomass Trends Changing Our World Urbanization Global Interdependence Growth Future Complexity Corporate Integration Radical Decentralization Etc.
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncQ&A Questions?
  • Copyright 2013 Whittaker Associates, IncThank You! Steve Grable steve.grable@am.jll.com Dean Whittaker dean@whittakerassociates.com Ted Abernathy tabernathy@southern.org