Yes, you should take charge. During a recent conversation with a large healthcare institution, who by the way, called us to inquire about our software, we ran into a problem. Actually a couple of problems.
Dr. Guy Sconzo has seen a lot of changes in his over 40 years in education. Most recently, during his tenure as the superintendent of Humble ISD for over 15 years, the district grew from 23,000 to over 41,000 students. “By and large, we tracked everything with a spreadsheet. That’s a lot of moving parts to keep track of when you’re looking at building 14 new campuses. I’m not saying it was the worst way to do it, but making the ongoing changes, keeping up with the accuracy of edits and new information, and only having limited access was challenging.”
Imagine you are the Superintendent of a medium-sized school district. Your entire career has been dedicated to creating the very best learning environment for your kids. One that is safe, secure, and ensures that students, teachers, and staff have facilities they can be proud of. As your community grows, so […]
A customer of ours recently sent me an article about another construction project management software (competitor) that had just closed a big round of funding. The email said, “Steve, why aren’t you doing this? They should be investing in Owner Insite because your product is so much better than theirs!”
Do construction projects need oversight? Yes would be the simple answer but the real question might be much more involved. How much oversight is really needed? What areas should I be reviewing? How in-depth should I really be going? All valid questions that construction team leaders really should be asking.
I recently sat down with author and attention management expert Maura Nevel Thomas to discuss a problem that I know a lot of our clients and stakeholders face – information overload. It was a marvelous conversation that we actually got on video that I look forward to bringing to you in the next few weeks.
As CEO of Owner Insite I am committed to helping construction teams of all sizes utilize our construction project management software to help facilitate a better project experience for everyone. In fact our stated goal is simple – provide the right people with a predictable, repeatable process supported by easy to use technology that makes everyone’s jobs a little bit easier.
How long does it take for an RFI to be responded to on your project?Why are Submittals not being answered in a timely basis by the Architect?Who is going to take care of that safety issue raised during last week’s meeting?Why does the budget seem to be off?Shouldn’t someone keep track of these back and forth emails, just in case?Where is all the documentation kept for the project?