How do we help more women in construction to get the recognition and promotions they deserve? By helping them develop their confidence. Last week, I attended the Professional Women in Construction’s (PWC) Professional Development Advisory Council meeting to discuss Read more . . .
Every project manager has been there – that meeting where you walk into the room and you can almost see the eye rolls from the project team as they realize you’re a project Read more . . .
“We work day after day not to finish things but to make the future better because we will spend the rest of our lives there.” – Charles F Kettering
When it comes to healthcare design and construction, it’s easy to Read more . . .
Vacations are great – in fact, I’d go so far as to Read more . . .
“Cathy!” he booms down the phone.
“What’s up, Mike? What do you need?” I reply. Read more . . .
After discussing patient independence in my last post, I thought about how independence serves as foundation for creating empowered teams and people. So, this week, I wanted to touch on some ways that we as project managers can empower our Read more . . .
You can’t say “July” without thinking of Independence Day. In fact, the recent holiday celebrations made me think about how we as healthcare construction professionals can better support patient independence in our designs.
As the linchpin of the project team, the Project Manager holds together a diverse range of stakeholders and disciplines, which can—at times—be a stressful place to be. But before you can focus on maintaining the team’s wellness, you need to Read more . . .
Successfully delivering healthcare projects is a huge task, one that takes a committed and collaborative team to produce the best outcome for patients. As the leader of the team, the Project Manager is critical to the success of a project: Read more . . .
What exactly are stakeholders and what do they mean for your business? “Stakeholders” can include anyone with a direct interest in your business, including stockholders, customers, and employees. However, the importance of the term isn’t in who your stakeholders are, Read more . . .