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team-based approach built on the following principles: 1. Have a clear vision. 2. Put people in place who believe in that vision and have the expertise to deliver. 3. Honestly and continually align the project priorities. 4. Develop trust and allow key touchpoints to develop at multiple levels. 5. Be fl exible when you can and fi rm when you must, and know the difference. The team also took the time to celebrate the small victories, and there were many throughout the almost three-year process. Each milestone approval or building topping out kept everyone energized and pushing toward the goal: the place that One Toyota would call home. With a 20-year career in workplace design and strategy, Lindsay Wilson leads the Interiors practice at Corgan, where she is an executive managing principal. With 18 years at Toyota, Myra Chung is a senior manager for Toyota Real Estate and Facilities, with current responsibility for workplace strategy, project development and real estate for Toyota North America's 9-million-square-foot (836,100-sq.-m.) portfolio. ThE lEadER SEPTEMBER 2017 57

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