Michael Shear introductions to the Nashville Transit issue.

NTP MapMany of you will understand how the Nashville Transit issue relates to my current project Workplace Hidden Opportunities. A quick look at the About Page will introduce that perspective.

Shaping the Future of Insurance by Rudy De Waele provides a unique and important perspective on transportation and its attendant impacts in addition to a compelling demonstration of the fact that the future of technology is NOW. I believe this presentation provides an important framework for those wanting to make a meaningful contribution to Nashville’s current and future vibrance. At this pivotal point new ecosystems requires new thinking.

Jesse Berst is Chairman at Smart Cities Council in Battle Ground, Washington and if he and his cohorts have not been involved in the Nashville discussion it seems like it would be wise.

I have only tagged a small number who have contributed to the Nashville Transit Debate and are engaged in moving the initiative forward. These individuals were on both sides of the recent referendum which was defeated.

Let me now introduced Michael Shear who can introduce his own studied perspective to the group.

The following individuals are connections of mine on Facebook with the exception of Stephen Bland who I am connected with on LinkedIn. David Condra, Turney Stevens, Diane Ferrell Neal, Michael Burcham, and Randy Rayburn. Certainly there are numerous others but I think these can invigorate the creativity.

I hope these introduction and insights will be fruitful to each of you and the future of Nashville and surrounds.

About David Mills

David is the Founder, Catalyst, and Co-creator of Workplace Hidden Opportunities. Workplace Hidden Opportunities is an information management Specialized Knowledge Platform™ (SKP™) focused exclusively on the workplace and corporate real estate. Together with the W100 a book by the same title is in progress.
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