Increase Innovation and Growth Using These Tips

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When appropriately utilized, innovation and growth go hand-in-hand. According to Forbes, some of the most efficient innovations are also cheap to execute, initiating growth from the start. However, this isn’t always the case. Regardless, increasing innovation and growth for long-term success can be done in a few easy steps.   Determine Your Type of Innovation… Read More »

Three Books All Leaders Should Read

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There are roughly 2.2 million business books published each year, according to data from UNESCO. Only a few go on to be classics. They inspire different strategies and processes for integrating particular practices into your life. Below are three famous examples of business classics that are summer reading list essentials.   Start With Why  … Read More »

How Engineers Think About Problems

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Take a look around you. Almost every human and technological advancement is directly tied to engineering. Your house, smartphone, car, everything you can think of is engineered. Before these innovations came to be, they were once challenges posing as problems. Most people would see these challenges as roadblocks, but not engineers. They only saw these… Read More »

How to Solve Issues with Remote Working Employees

Remote working is much more common than before and is here to stay. Communication technology such as Zoom, Slack, and Teams have become commonplace in the workplace, and many of your full-time employees may even be working in a different state. Nevertheless, many people still find that remote work results in more communication difficulties than… Read More »

How Building Information Modeling (BIM) Is Changing Construction

How Building Information Modeling (BIM) Is Changing Construction Those working in construction planning and design are increasingly using building information modeling (BIM) together with CAD (computer-aided design). This offers a more efficient alternative to the traditional methods of doing work by hand. Instead of going back to the plan room, everything is in the BIM… Read More »

How to Transition from IT Project Management to a Non-Technical Field

Whether you’re looking to move away from IT projects’ technical intricacies or are open to other business opportunities, transitioning from project management in a technical field to a non-technical one can be challenging. The workflow, values, and overall environment surrounding IT project management can vary significantly from other, less technical areas. For those who want… Read More »

How to Do Performance Reviews Remotely

Performance reviews are crucial for any job, whether in the construction industry, engineering, or accounting and finance. Reviews help your employees learn which areas they need to improve in. These also help motivate them for work done well. Traditionally, companies conduct performance reviews in-person, but this is not always possible. Learn how to do performance… Read More »

Benefits Tech Workers Want

Employee benefits are important to know. Employers and recruiters are currently fighting a silent battle to attract and retain the best people for their business. There’s a shortage of people with the relevant skills. In this environment of decreased supply and increased demand for skilled talent, a clear strategy for finding the best tech workers’… Read More »

How Top Managers Motivate

Managers are always challenged to get more production out of the people they lead. Something that separates strong leaders from average ones is that they know how to convince people to accomplish organizational goals. There are some effective ways to energize, direct and sustain the efforts of a workforce. But, if you want that to… Read More »

Multi-Family Household Construction Drives Up Demand

One interesting trend that we continue to follow is the rising demand for multifamily construction that appears to be emerging in low density markets. Apartment construction in suburbs and exurbs is even outpacing that of many larger metropolitan areas as more people continue to migrate away from big cities like New York, Chicago, and San… Read More »