The techniques of leading projects are well-known. Training in productivity, leadership and basic time management is available from many sources.
But to graduate to the next level, to join the ranks of "best of class," your project leadership must learn to think and act like business owners.
When projects break down, superintendents, foreman and project managers have to feel like they are bleeding their own money.
When customers are dissatisfied, your managers and staff must take it personally.
When jobs are running smoothly, your project managers have got to remain vigilant.
During this high-impact program, project delivery professionals examine their own talents, their organizations and their processes, thereby transforming from talented builders to true construction entrepreneurs.