Building Digital Resiliency: A Special Crosspod Recapping Digital Agility Summit

Join hosts Todd Weyandt, Christopher Riddell, and Jason Schmidt in this exciting crossover episode as they discuss the best parts of the 2021 Digital Agility Summit, whether the intensity of work has changed over the past year, the potential future trends of the AEC industry, the ways in which we’ll need to adapt to technology, and what we can look forward to when it comes to digital transformation.

Building Digital Resiliency

The need for cybersecurity is a worldwide trend. That need is accelerating developments in cloud technologies and data security systems at a rapid rate. To complicate matters, the transition to work-from-home scenarios is increasing the exposure of companies to cyber threats by increasing the number of people connecting to central Read more…

Securing Your Data with Agility

Cyber security is a massive part of being digitally agile. How secure is your data? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Phil Keeney as they discuss trends in cybersecurity, practical steps towards implementing cybersecurity, the importance of resiliency, important commitments to map out before obtaining CMMC, the definition of digital agility, and how to truly understand innovation.

Using Humanity to Propel Construction

Putting people first in a business is bringing humanity back into the construction industry. Something that has not been done much in the past is communicating equally among all teams. Over the years, negative habits have developed in terms of a hierarchy of personnel. There was the boss at the top of the ladder, people such as engineers on the middle rungs, and then there were the field workers at the bottom of the ladder, with everything falling on their heads.

Building Success from Challenges

There is a transformation taking place throughout the construction industry. In the marketplace, there is uncertainty, so there is a need for companies to have digital agility. Technological innovations can help give clarity of information, and uncertainty can be dissolved through that clarity.

Improving is the Name of the Construction Game

Whether you’re moving files or have a more complicated workflow that you’d like to simplify, sometimes there’s just not a tool out there that addresses your company’s specific needs. In that situation, you may wonder if it’s time to enlist a specialist to provide you with custom software. If a job seems too hard, then you’re not using the right tool.

Seeking to Improve Construction

Catch us here Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Overcast Episode Description Join host Todd and guest Michael Reuter as they discuss the biggest misconceptions about BIM Coordination, the latest trends in construction data, taking a deep dive into integrations, finding a space for creative problem solving, and new features coming Read more…

Making Collaboration More than a Buzzword

The pace of construction continues to increase. Developers and owners want their projects constructed and delivered faster than ever. At the same time, the industry has new challenges. There’s new tech, modeling, fabrication – all these complications have the potential to slow the process down, but that’s not an option.