Problem Finders vs. Problem Solvers

Patty McCord represents the shift that construction contractors must make in how they view HR’s role as it integrates with the company’s strategy and execution.

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Patty McCord has been on the front-lines of a war for talent that really kicked off for technology companies in 1998 but didn’t make it to the construction vocabulary until around 2016.  

Quote: Problem finders are cheap. Patty McCord.

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Theory of Constraints (ToC) Basic Overview
You will never have enough resources to make every possible improvement to your company. The most important leadership question: If every other area of the operation remained the same, what is the one area where change could have the greatest impact?
Using Checklists Effectively
Too many construction businesses needlessly run on razor-thin margins due to poor productivity. Checklists are a very simple and powerful tool that can be used to mitigate many of these problems.
Rubber Ducks for Planning and Troubleshooting Effectively
"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." - Albert Einstein Wisdom that is as applicable to physics as it is to being a Foreman, Project Manager, or Owner of a construction company.