Can't Read the Label From Inside the Jar

By definition it is impossible for any of us to know what we don’t know.

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Quote: You can't read the label from inside the jar.

Who are the top 5 people inside your organization that help each other refine your models of projects, your company and the industry? 

Who are the top 5 people you are mentoring and coaching to help them refine their models?  

Who do you turn to on the outside of your organization that is experienced and unbiased to help give you perspective?




About D. Brown Management
We are a management advisory firm working with contractors across the United States. We love the construction industry and believe it is an integral part of the backbone of our country.
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For a contractor to maximize their labor productivity they need to start with clear information provided to the crews doing the actual installation. Good information is the first of the six pillars of productivity and means several things: