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Is your construction IT system due for an overhaul?

8/26/2016 at 2:43 pm by

Information technology (IT), including your business and project management software, can be the superhighway that speeds your company towards success.  On the other hand, it can also be a bumpy road—full of potholes, detours, and missing bridges—that can leave you in the dust of your competitors. I’ve seen both scenarios in my years providing technology…

Technology Day highlights tech leaders and women in construction

8/25/2016 at 9:43 am by

I had the pleasure this week of representing Sage at Constructech Technology Day, held just outside of Chicago.  While I have attended many construction industry shows and seminars, this event was unique in its own right.  The event annually recognizes both individuals and companies who are industry leaders in the utilization and rollout of technology…

Leadership: What it means in today’s construction business

8/18/2016 at 3:20 pm by

I learned early on in my business management career not to confuse management with leadership. Yes, leaders need to possess strong management skills, but true leaders go a step beyond overseeing activities and people. The fact is the world is full of good managers, but it’s light on good leaders. What are the characteristics of…

Seven characteristics of an effective mentor

8/17/2016 at 10:41 am by

Mentorship is a good fit in construction as a way to bring more youth into the industry, attract and retain employees, and advance individual careers and businesses. In my last few post, I explored these different ways of using mentorship from a construction industry perspective. While writing these posts, however, I couldn’t help but wonder…

Advancing your career and business through mentorship

8/12/2016 at 3:28 pm by

We all have had informal mentors—people, in the course of our education and careers, who have taken us under their wings, guided us through different situations, and provided us with support and encouragement. Entering into a formal mentorship, however, is more structured and involves setting specific goals, meeting regularly, and committing to the success of…

On the air with Sage and ConTechTrio

8/8/2016 at 10:19 am by

If you’ve never listened to the ConTechTrio’s informative broadcasts, you’re in for a treat. Packed with friendly banter, the podcast series serves up a mix of commentary, news, and insight on all things related to construction technology.  JBKnowledge CEO James Benham, @ConAPPGuru Rob McKinney, and BIM consultant Josh Bone are passionate about technology and their…

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