Dubuque, Iowa - Eagle Point Corporation announced the release of a report that evaluates and interprets the results of a comprehensive study it conducted in the Land Development market.
This 76-page narrative reports on the findings of hundreds of organizations and provides interpretations of the data and implications to organizations operating in the Land Development market. Major themes discussed in the report include significant perception differences between senior leaders and employees, communication problems, issues related to employee empowerment, and difficulties in efficiently managing client projects. Data is presented both in aggregate and by typical demographics such as company size and annual revenue. Interpretations of the data present a variety of actions owners and executives can implement to address problems typically found in land development organizations.
“The benchmark study is an invaluable tool for business owners and executives to understand how their organization fits into the larger context of the market. What makes the study unique is that it covers all facets that affect companies operating in this market. The study examines business issues, strategic planning, and project work as interrelated components, rather than isolated entities,” explains Laura Howard, Business Consulting Manager at Eagle Point.
The report is another product in the company’s Business PerspectivesTM series of services designed to help land development organizations with business and management issues. To order a copy of Eagle Point’s Land Development Benchmark Report, go towww.eaglepoint.com .
ABOUT EAGLE POINT CORPORATION
For over 20 years, Eagle Point has provided the Land Development industry with business and technology solutions. They use a defined process to explore client businesses and provide them with the right balance of solutions to help their organizations thrive. They’ve helped over 30,000 clients worldwide.
Source: Eagle Point, May 9. 2007.
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