Business Management

Walker Lee Evey | October 2014
When I became its program manager in the fall of 1997, The Pentagon Renovation Program, still early in its development, was already significantly...
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Gregg M. Schoppman | October 2014
For general contractors all over North America, there exists a proverbial black list of trade partners that do nothing but disappoint and wreak havoc...
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Bruce Stephan | October 2014
Keeping projects and programs on schedule has always been a challenge for both owners and contractors. Delays are very costly and should be avoided...
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Mike Pearce | September 2014
Sept. 11, 2001, began in its usual manner for John Nienabar, operations manager at ServiceMaster of Springfield, Virginia. At 11:30 a.m., however,...
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Walker Lee Evey | September 2014
As the former program manager of the Pentagon Renovation Program, I have often listened as people have related, eyes brimming, their vivid memories...
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George Hedley | September 2014
Making every important company decision yourself and completing duties you could delegate to others hinders business growth and overloads you with...
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Kathy Wells, Amelia Messamore | August 2014
August 2004 (premier issue) January 2005 February 2011 August 2012 February 2014 March 2014 June 2014 December 2012 April 2013 December...
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Kathy Wells, Amelia Messamore | August 2014
2004 2014 Price of gasoline per gallon Annual value of construction put in place $988.5 billion $956.1 billion Movie ticket price $6....
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Ted Garrison | July 2014
One of the worst forms of waste in business is underutilizing the knowledge and ability of your workers. In fact, research shows that among companies...
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Marc Furman | July 2014
Professional football is known as a tough sport with an equally tough behind-the-scenes locker room culture. Jonathan Martin’s departure from the...
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Michelle Stedman | July 2014
In the latest FMI U.S. Construction Industry Talent Development Report, 53 percent of companies said that they are facing a shortage of skilled...
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Howard Mavity | June 2014
A CEO friend of mine was trying to exit a hotel. As he emerged from the designated exit stairway, he 
almost fell into a hole and tripped over...
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Gregg M. Schoppman | June 2014
Why, in an age when nearly everyone is texting, emailing, Tweeting, posting and chatting, is communication in most organizations atrocious? Without...
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George Hedley | June 2014
Before the economic slowdown, contractors had plenty of construction work to keep them busy. You simply had to bid enough jobs, and you were...
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Gregg M. Schoppman | May 2014
Many industries have a certain capacity that dictates the quantity of people they will serve at any given time. Imagine an airline that does not have...
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