People Who Perform - The Real Estate Careers Podcast

Murtaza Haider | A Unique Lens

July 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 17
People Who Perform - The Real Estate Careers Podcast
Murtaza Haider | A Unique Lens
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People Who Perform - The Real Estate Careers Podcast
Murtaza Haider | A Unique Lens
Jul 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 17

Richard Costello connects with Murtaza Haider

 

Murtaza Haider is a professor at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University in Toronto, and an adjunct professor of engineering at McGill University.  Murtaza is also the Director of a consulting firm Regionomics Inc.   

Murtaza specializes in applying analytics and statistical models to find solutions for socio-economic challenges.  With a Masters in transport engineering and planning and a Ph.D. in Urban Systems Analysis, Murtaza views the real estate industry through a unique and impartial lens.  

During this conversation, Murtaza shares his insights into the following:

  • Getting back to the office and the challenges of vertical and horizontal transportation.
  • Retooling the real estate industry for the technological revolution ahead - areas of opportunity.
  • A Professor’s perspective on what skills will be most valuable in the workplace of the future.
  • Quick fire questions! 
Show Notes

Richard Costello connects with Murtaza Haider

 

Murtaza Haider is a professor at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University in Toronto, and an adjunct professor of engineering at McGill University.  Murtaza is also the Director of a consulting firm Regionomics Inc.   

Murtaza specializes in applying analytics and statistical models to find solutions for socio-economic challenges.  With a Masters in transport engineering and planning and a Ph.D. in Urban Systems Analysis, Murtaza views the real estate industry through a unique and impartial lens.  

During this conversation, Murtaza shares his insights into the following:

  • Getting back to the office and the challenges of vertical and horizontal transportation.
  • Retooling the real estate industry for the technological revolution ahead - areas of opportunity.
  • A Professor’s perspective on what skills will be most valuable in the workplace of the future.
  • Quick fire questions!