Our clients often think that installing tools that affords them new, efficient processes are the most important considerations when it comes to a digital transformation strategy. But the approach needs to be far more holistic and can’t omit a crucial component: people. In a recent McKinsey article “Building a great data platform”, five insights were … Continue reading Three Ways People Learn – Creating Meaningful Learning Experiences (Part II)
Three Ways People Learn – Creating Meaningful Learning Experiences (Part I)
Owners, builders, and architects alike continue to face common challenges positioning technology in their day-to-day workflows. Recently, we engaged with an architecture firm who had robust training materials, well-defined standards and templates, and a robust centralized content management system to beat. Even with these investments, the group reported to us that many of their teams … Continue reading Three Ways People Learn – Creating Meaningful Learning Experiences (Part I)
4 Challenges of Realizing BIM’s Value for an Owner
The adoption of BIM has had a clear impact on the building industry's processes for designing and delivering buildings - but what about the end users and owners?
Five ways designers and builders can use business intelligence with data they already have
Business intelligence (BI) - technologies used for data analysis and reporting - has been a trending topic in our recent work. Nearly all areas of our consulting service make use of one form of BI or another and Nate's previous blog post highlights a few of these uses. Organizations are seeking insight about what they’re good … Continue reading Five ways designers and builders can use business intelligence with data they already have