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February 10, 2016

Last month I introduced the notion of fallacies in home building—those beliefs we may be completely committed to yet

January 15, 2016

Among my trusted travel gear is a 7-inch Kindle Fire HD tablet that I use almost exclusively for reading books or articles on airplanes or in hotel rooms.

December 15, 2015

This is the last column in our deep dive into process improvement. In the series, we’ve explored how process—good or bad—drives almost everything in the home building business.

September 24, 2015

Among the most frustrating work requirements, whether in business, education, volunteering, or any other endeavor, is how to prioritize the myriad things that cry out to be done.

Among the most frustrating work requirements, whether in business, education, volunteering, or any other endeavor, is how to prioritize the myriad things that cry out to be done.

In these times of increasing sales with decreasing margins, home builders are on a continual campaign to decrease costs.

August 31, 2015

In these times of increasing sales with decreasing margins, home builders are on a continual campaign to decrease costs.

 

“Sometimes life – and work – would be easier if you could forget some things you’ve learned.”

August 17, 2015

“Sometimes life – and work – would be easier if you could forget some things you’ve learned.”

June 23, 2015

I just read a very interesting blog by John McManus stating that the Trade Shortage is not a political p

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Homebuyers on the hunt are obsessed. Here’s how your website can capitalize on their drive and focus

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