On Episode 57 we're discussing the three problems growth creates in your practice.
I recently took my team on a client project to Boston for a few days. Even though we were working in a suburban neighborhood, we decided to stay downtown and enjoy the city. Boston, as charming as it is, has to be one of the most complicated cities I’ve ever navigated. It ends up I’m not the only one that thinks this way. Boston has actually been voted “Most complicated city to get around in.” To understand why, we have to go all the way back to the 17th century when many of the roadways began as cow paths, weaving around water ways, bogs and difficult terrain. Very rarely did they take the most direct route and nobody was thinking about long-term future development.