resource management

What is construction resource management and why is it important?

If you are new to the world of human resources or even business in general, you might not know much about resource management (or project management), what it is, and why it’s important for every company to utilize. While the term might seem a little bit vague and undefined, resource management is actually pretty easy to understand.

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What is construction workforce management?

Workforce management is a complex aspect of human resources that works to ensure that a company has the necessary team members doing the right things at the right time. The main point of workforce management is to increase the productivity and efficiency of your employees and ensure that they aren’t wasting time on time-consuming tasks that can be automated or streamlined.

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Improving communication in your organization

There has been endless business research done that suggests that most companies are well aware that an effective communication plan has an incredible impact on project outcomes and construction workforce management, or WFM. The Project Management Institute has written a report that quantifies the impact that ineffective communication can have on projects, their outcomes, and the overall success of the business.

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Release notes: Project Gantt enhancements

Meetings have taken the working world in North America by storm. In fact, there are roughly 25 million meetings per day in the US alone. It’s estimated that more than $37 billion dollars are spent on unproductive meetings each year.

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Release notes: The Bridgit Bench mobile app

Whiteboards kept you at the office, spreadsheets keep you at your desk. Now, the Bridgit Bench mobile app keeps you connected from anywhere by giving you the ability to collaborate on your workforce plan from anywhere and make adjustments while on the move.

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Construction and the spreadsheet epidemic

Let’s face it, blog posts about spreadsheets are about as engaging to read as spreadsheets are fun to use, but there’s clearly a movement happening right now with construction technology and software solutions looking to pull the industry out of static spreadsheet systems like Microsoft Excel or Lotus 1 2 3 for resource and workforce planning. The reason for that is very simple.

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