Construction Organizational Productivity for Specialty Contracting Firms
Thursday, September 28, 2017 / 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Construction Organizational Productivity for Specialty Contracting Firms is one of the greatest competitive edges. Field and office efficiency is a consistent need for construction contractors regardless of business climate or industry change. It is a strategic issue. Contractors are in a “arms race” with their peers to stay ahead.
Benefits of Attending:
- Understand the crucial components of determining practices’ value
- Utilize graphical models that explain concepts in a “sticky” way.
- Discover how a practice or behavior affects several outcomes.
- Learn the nature of best practices.
- Come away with 30 best and good practices.
- Avoid a dozen worst practices and why their elimination is critical
- Learn the “next practices” and why they are important.
Who Should Attend:
Executives, Project Managers, Field Supervisors, Administrators, and Financial Managers will benefit from this course.
Dr. Matt Stevens is an owner and management advisor with Stevens-Day Construction Institute, Inc. which works exclusively with construction contractors. Stevens has been advising since 1994, and his industry experience spans over 35 years. He has presented to more than 600 audiences and engaged over 100 contractors. Stevens received his Doctorate from the University of Florida. He authored two industry books, Managing a Construction Firm on Just 24 Hours a Day (416 pages) and The Construction MBA (512 pages) published by McGraw-Hill, New York. Stevens’s advising work focuses on strategic planning, business evaluations, best practices, and productivity. Reach him at email@example.com.
Preferred registration date: September 21, 2017
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