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How RFID Technology Saves Time and Money on a Job Site

 Job site thieves operate on the low-hanging fruit principle. They are most likely to steal the items that are quick and easy to walk off with. If your organization leaves the job site vulnerable to theft, you are taking a big risk. There are some reports that estimate companies are losing anywhere…

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How to Go from Good Project Manager to Great Project Leader

"Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall." -Stephen R. Covey

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6 Tips for Training your Manufacturing Employees

Employee training is a great way to get your team engaged.  It’s a win-win situation. You get a more productive team, and your team gains knowledge that they may not have gotten elsewhere.  In addition, the more information they know, the more valuable they become to the organization. Below are a…

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The Customer is NOT Always Right- How to Address Customers Politely

“The customer is always right” - We often hear it said, yet is this always the case? This phrase originated in 1909 by Harry Gordon Selfridge, the founder of Selfridge’s department store in London. But could it be that the customer isn’t always right? How should an employee react when faced with a…

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5 Awesome Tips for Leading Millennials

When I was asked to write about millennials, the first word that popped in my head was entitlement. I have often found myself griping that this generation seems to expect things to just be handed to them, without actually putting in the hard work. If they don’t get what they want, they are moving…

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How to Plan For Your High Rise Construction for Temporary Power & Lighting [Infographic]

The complexity of a High Rise Construction project requires a large amount of management. In construction,

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7 Tips on Being a Successful Project Manager

During my career in construction, I have had the advantage of working in many different positions. I started out as a Computer Draftsman and went all the way up to President of a large Construction Company.  In each position I gained so much knowledge about business and success, but I learned the…

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