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Catalytic Marketing Models; Creating Demand in a Distressed Market

Demand!  The one thing we all want and need is to be in demand – to be needed, wanted and possess the assurance that our business is relevant in the marketplace.  But the ever-changing world of the construction business has a way of creating its share of ongoing uncertainty and apprehension, especially as witnessed [...]

Catalytic Marketing Models; Creating Demand in a Distressed Market2020-06-07T14:44:07+00:00

Staying Healthy; Personal and Corporate Mandates for Success

Health!  It is the one thing we all strive for, both personally and corporately; to be well – to live well and do well.  Health is best defined by a person’s or organization’s ability to produce optimal results.  We know instinctively when health is threatened or compromised because in spite of our best efforts, our [...]

Staying Healthy; Personal and Corporate Mandates for Success2020-04-29T13:12:59+00:00

Surviving an Economic Storm

It goes without saying; these are unique and unprecedented times like none of us has lived through before.  The economic crisis of 2008-09 did massive damage for a large segment of the population, but the COVID-19 crisis exempts no one.  We are all in it and all being impacted in some way.  It has [...]

Surviving an Economic Storm2020-04-20T16:12:49+00:00

Inspiration: The First Stop on the Road to Success

Of the many responsibilities we are called to every day in the construction business, one stands out as underserved and neglected – inspiration.  At its core, leadership is inspiration.  It’s taking people somewhere on purpose; moving them to act of their own volition, to follow, support and devote themselves to the mission at [...]

Inspiration: The First Stop on the Road to Success2019-10-14T13:30:23+00:00

Becoming a Learning Organization; Becoming ‘Great’ vs ‘Good’

Author Jim Collins has elegantly noted that in business, “Good is the enemy of Great”[1].  In his fascinating study of “Great”[2] companies compared to “Good” companies, those defined as “Good” found it too easy to settle for mediocrity and failed to produce consistent profit.  “Great” companies however, stood out from good by virtue [...]

Becoming a Learning Organization; Becoming ‘Great’ vs ‘Good’2019-10-07T14:10:08+00:00
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