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First Hand Lessons From NY At NZPI Conference

Tuesday 19 March 2002

First Hand Lessons From New York To Feature At New Zealand Property Institute Conference

The year 2001 proved to be a year of tremendous change. September 11th, mergers, acquisitions, corporate bankruptcy, e-commerce, knowledge management, the new economy, GENERATION X's and Y's, NASDAQ . . . what in the world is going on? Where are we going? How will this impact?

Answers will be given at the New Zealand Property Institutes 2002 Conference being held in Rotorua on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 May 2002 by keynote speaker Paul Doherty of Memphis, Tennessee, USA.

Paul will give perspectives from first hand accounts and lessons learned from Ground Zero in New York City to what is shaping our collective mindsets; the driving forces that influence our decision-making; the changing business environment in today's volatile global economy and how this can have an impact on property professionals and organizations.

Paul is one of several international key note speakers at the conference which has the theme "The New Sandpit". Over 300 people attended the Institute's first very successful conference last year.

The New Zealand property asset base has a value of some $420 billion. What happens with that asset base is important to the New Zealand economy and our communities. The New Zealand Property Institute represents 3000 professionals who impact on that asset base either directly or indirectly.

Mr. Doherty is a Registered Architect and is one of the Industry's most sought after lead consultants and integrators of Information Technology and the Net Economy. He is the managing director of the digit group, a Management Consulting and Information Technology Services firm based in Atlanta with offices in Memphis, Melbourne, Australia and Hong Kong, China. He is an author, educator, analyst and consultant to Fortune 500 organizations, government agencies, prominent institutions and the most prestigious architectural, engineering and contracting firms in the world. He is a guest lecturer at Harvard University, Yale University, UCLA, Michigan State University, University of Tennessee and Pratt Institute. Paul is also on the Board of Directors and Advisors of numerous organizations. Widely quoted in the media such as The Wall Street Journal, ABC News, CBS Marketwatch, The Los Angeles Times and USA Today, Paul is a regularly featured writer for numerous American and international publications, and is the author of 3 books.


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