Change Management

Managing Change – Project Management Information System Implementation

Change is the only constant. This decades-old saying fits well into the context of the construction industry. Owners have to deal with changing customer demands and market conditions. Handling the changes is pivotal – Owners have to weigh the pros and cons of changes, manage resources to apply meaningful changes while concurrently responding to the …

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Change is Everywhere, and the Construction Industry is Not Immune

In the last two weeks, I have spoken with construction leaders from national convenience store brands, large state university systems, large city agencies, and waste management organizations; and there was one common theme: Change. Everyone is having to pivot and rethink what their organization will look like and how they will need to work moving …

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Software and systems do not deliver change, people do

“Under promise and over-deliver” is a common saying among Owners, and it is directly correlated with the lack of modernization and digitization in the construction industry. While real progress is being made in a multitude of ways across the sector, the profound changes needed for collaborative tools and systems will unlock efficiency within the industry …

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