Jim Cramer Offers His Perspective On How to Tackle the Recession

Jim Cramer, Hon. AIA, chairman, The Greenway Group

Jim Cramer, Hon. AIA, chairman, The Greenway Group

Joan Capelin interviewed Jim Cramer, chairman of the Greenway Group and editor of DesignIntelligence, for the eighth interview of the “Sound Advice” series.

The podcast provides Jim’s advice on how to help people conquer “emotional paralysis” during the recession, how to inspire new ideas, why pressure on fees isn’t so bad, why he’s worried about the “green revolution,” and how to benefit from “constructive paranoia.”

Jim Cramer is an educator, strategic consultant, and “foresight advisor.”  He heads the Greenway Group, a management consulting, research, and publishing firm specializing in the design professions, the media, and cultural institutionsSix times a year, he publishes DesignIntelligence, the journal he founded.

President also of the the Design Futures Council, a Washington, DC-based think tank, Jim explores trends, changes, and new opportunities in design, architecture, engineering, and building technology.

Click here to listen to the podcast and view Jim Cramer’s full bio.  Visit our “Sound Advice” page to hear other podcasts in the series, which to date includes Thomas Scarangello, chairman of Thornton Tomasetti; Lenore Lucey, vice president of NCARB; Friedl Bohm, former chairman of NBBJ, now head of White Oak Partners; Marjanne Pearson, NextMoon; Eugene Kohn, KPF Architects; Ray Messer, Walter P Moore; and Hugh Hochberg, The Coxe Group.

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