Three Ways People Learn – Creating Meaningful Learning Experiences (Part II)

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)

New Learning Content for Your Workflow

At Proving Ground, we remain committed to providing useful resources to the building community.  Freely available learning content will continue to be instrumental in our approach for equipping building teams with the latest capabilities. Flux - Your Design Tools Working Together Proving Ground recently collaborated with the team at Flux to create a tutorial series focused on their new line of tools.  Interoperability … Continue reading New Learning Content for Your Workflow

Should Architects Learn to Code?

My first experience in computer programming was a freshman year introductory course in high school. It was one of the first courses I signed up for. I liked computers so the idea of making programs for computers was very appealing. I failed. Like...really failed. I always considered myself a good student and was decent at math … Continue reading Should Architects Learn to Code?