The discussion highlighted the potential risk for human resistance when new technologies are introduced to users. It was suggested that a sense of personal agency needed to be created for innovation results and part of … about Leadership Culture Can Make or Break Business Innovation
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Construction has been overwhelmingly male-dominated. However, efforts to bring in more women have begun gaining momentum in the last decade. The skilled labor shortage has forced an industry-wide reckoning of sorts, part of which has … about Opening Doors for the Next Generation of Women Builders
Those in the construction industry know that projects encounter obstacles everyday. Some projects come to a crashing halt, and some projects, never end. Click through to check out 8 of the most notable forgotten, postponed, … about Unfinished, Forgotten, and Postponed: The 8 Biggest Failed Construction Projects
Construction activity continues to fuel housing demands and needs for highly-modernized civic and commercial spaces. Hundreds of Canadian contractors have hit fresh heights in response, making success in this highly competitive space as elusive as … about Largest Construction Companies in Canada
A proactive approach to good mental health is crucial for the construction industry, which sees a disproportionate number of its workforce affected by mental health issues. Those working in the construction industry are more than … about Getting On The Front Foot About Mental Health
There have been several factors contributing to construction’s increased interest in automation technology in recent years. The labor shortage is perhaps the most obvious, with companies facing increasing demand while coping with a diminished labor … about Can Automated Concrete Pourers Empower the Industry?
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