Episode Description

Some things are for sure: times are changing, and so is construction. Join host Todd and guest Jeffrey Nesbitt as they discuss using technology to create better construction processes, using consistency to implement new technology, and what it means to be one of the number who refuses to adapt to the new trends and tech that have swept the world. 

Jeffrey Nesbitt is the national director of firm wide consulting with CliftonLarsonAllen construction and a member of the firm-wide construction strategic leadership team. With over 16 years in the construction and technology industries, Jeffrey has helped guide both domestic and international construction firms across multiple verticals with operations management reviews, business planning, information systems selection and implementation. Jeffrey’s strong construction industry market knowledge and connections have helped clients in installing best practices for connecting the back office to the field office and advisement on the latest technology tools to help you manage, grow and increase your company’s value.

Todd-Takes

Top takeaways from the episode to help you push the industry forward.

  1. The first thing is the need to democratize your tech stack. Make it “our tool” as a company and not just a particular department. This will help to create greater buy-in throughout the company. To successfully accomplish this, you will need to know, address, and communicate the benefit for each department. Spend some self-reflection time looking in the mirror. 
  2.  It is ok to play into people’s competitive edge and look for those win-win situations. Embrace your inner competitor. It will help you look for ways to improve efficiencies through technology. If you need some motivation, your competitor is already doing this. 
  3. You must have the right people in place to develop the right processes to implement the right tools. Remember People. Processes. Tools.

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