Nearly 95.5% of data currently being collected by engineering and construction firms goes unused or unanalyzed according to a 2018 FMI study. Turning this untapped data into business intelligence requires a strategic data mining plan that aligns with your company’s KPI’s and is championed by key stakeholders throughout your organization. Contrary to popular belief, it all begins with consistent field reporting.
Leadership and culture go hand in hand. In this webinar, you’ll hear from industry leaders on the past, current and future state of their culture, developing leaders and how they’re tackling some of construction’s biggest challenges related to the labor shortage. By focusing on culture and leadership, these industry trailblazers will share actionable strategies and tactics that have made a difference at their companies.
Best practices and practicable tips for your company’s branding, social media and creating content creation; plus increasing your website presence. A consistent brand is key.
Client relationship management (CRM) tools are being adopted at a record pace in construction. In this competitive market, firms using manual and outdated ways to manage relationships are at risk of being a commodity.
This presentation will address important questions regarding the selection and usage of a CRM in construction, along with ROI points you may have never considered.
As contractors continue to embrace technology, and the amount they spend on it increases, the question of how to properly allocate the cost of that technology has become much more prevalent.
How do you change the culture of a construction firm with a rich, 60-year heritage? Hint: You don’t have to be like Google. It starts from the top down–with exceptional leaders who understand that a strong company culture leads to a stronger workforce and a better reputation. Join Wieland CEO Rob Krueger as he walks […]
Reserve your seat to become your company’s local expert on VDC! Learn ways to help your company implement processes for success and overhaul existing ones.
What does a modern construction company look like? Although the basic physical act of building and maintaining hasn’t changed over time, the way construction companies operate has very much changed. We’d like to personally invite you to explore how 12 construction companies deployed technology to help them modernize, run more efficiently and effectively.