Sandy Apgar, based in Baltimore, advises senior executives and board members on real estate strategy and management. An award-winning consultant, author, and public official, he is a long-serving ULI member, a ULI Foundation governor, and a former ULI trustee, and has chaired three ULI product councils. He also was deputy secretary of the U.S. Army from 1998 to 2001.
Apgar has written a series of articles on leadership and real estate. Read Apgar on leadership below:
Read Sandy Apgar’s article for the November 2009 issue of the Harvard Business Review, “What Every Leader Should Know About Real Estate.”
View Sandy Apgar’s PowerPoint presentation, “What Every Leader Should Know About Real Estate.”