During what has come to be known as the Great Resignation, we’ve seen one of the largest shifts in the way we work since the Industrial Revolution.
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Looking to improve yourself? It can be difficult to know where to start. There are four ways to take your performance to the next level, which Robert
How do you spend the majority of your time? Is it traveling, exploring a new hobby, or being with family? If you’re like most people, the answer is
Summer is heating up. Let’s talk about the hottest technologies for construction in a new blog series that will stretch the rest of the summer.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put a lot into a tailspin. Perhaps there is no place that is more evident than in cities, buildings, homes, and
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Perhaps more than anyone else, former President Jimmy Carter made Habitat for Humanity a familiar name. Seen swinging a hammer, climbing ladders,
They say the only constant is change. But what if your leader doesn’t embrace change and instead refuses to adjust outdated practices? I posed this
As the saying goes, trust is earned, not given, and it seems the IoT (Internet of Things) space has some work to do, according to a recent report.
Temperatures are heating up—and so too are electricity prices. How can you keep costs down, while protecting the environment? Start by considering
Smart energy products and services, renewables, and electric vehicles are gaining traction with consumers. After a few years of slow growth, major
The homebuilding market has been hot for so long, many have assumed a cool down was coming. Well, now, it seems we are beginning to head into that
The supply chain is failing across nearly every vertical—and construction is no exception. Perhaps this is a good opportunity to realign efforts
Motor vehicles have been powered by a variety of fossil fuels, primarily gasoline, diesel, CNG (compressed natural gas), and propane, and lubricated
Many companies say they are interested in diversity and inclusion, but you would never know by looking around their offices where everyone looks the