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 overall workforce management.
There are three goals that define Canada’s glory in international hockey. Each generation has their own memory of a hero, whose shot lit the red light and sent the country into unbridled elation. Before Sidney Crosby’s “Golden Goal” – Vancouver 2010, and Mario Lemieux’s late wrist shot – 1987 Canada Cup, there was Paul Henderson’s winner against the Soviet Union to capture the 1972 Summit Series.
In our last post we discussed resource management in relation to a recent study done by the Harvard Business School and the Boston Consulting Group. Through the study, a gap in perspectives was discovered between management and employees in how they view change in the workplace. This gap leads operations to underestimate employees’ ambitions and as a result, underinvest in their skill sets.
This past week, some of the Bridgit team attended the ENR FutureTech conference in San Francisco, California. It is one of the biggest expos of construction tech, and the ENR 400 list is basically like Forbes for the construction industry – it’s the place to be, especially with a new product on our hands.
Whether in the office or on the building site, people working in the construction industry constantly rely on teamwork to see a job through.