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Business Management

Business Measurement Fails, Part I

Why is getting the numbers right so hard when managing a business?

Business Management

A Deming Dozen: Nuggets of Wisdom to Work and Live By

Wise words from quality and efficiency expert Dr. W. Edwards Deming abound. Here’s a look at a dozen of the best of Deming's ideas that home builders can learn from

International Builders' Show

18 Ways to Maximize Your IBS 2023 ROI (and 10 Things to Avoid)

Here's how to make the most of your experience at the International Builders' Show before, during, and after

Customer Satisfaction

Strive for Perfection

Even an attempt at perfection is difficult, but if you set perfection as your company's goal and everyone involved strives for it, you'll be winning against the competition, regardless

Business Management

How These Female Business Leaders Foster Trust in the Workplace

Four female panelists discussed strategies to create a healthy and inclusive workplace at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit last week 

Q+A

BTF’s Plan to Build and Retain a Talented Workforce

As CEO of the Building Talent Foundation, Branka Minic is committed to finding replicable solutions to strengthen the residential construction workforce through training programs and career guidance resources

Business Management

Supply Chain Solutions: 3 Tactics for Home Builders

The pain from supply chain disruption is being felt at every level of home building. Try these strategies for limiting the impact of supply chain disruptions

Business Management

David Drees: Best Practices for Managing a Private Home Building Operation  

Recognized as one of the nation’s Best Managed Companies by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal, Kentucky-based Drees Homes offers a management model for other privately held home builders to follow

Business Management

The Pain of Ignoring Change—Consequences for Your Business

It can be tempting for construction pros to continue doing things as they’ve always done them, but that approach can lead to some serious drawbacks—not to mention costs

Jobsite Safety

Jobsite Safety ... Last?

Jobsite safety should be job one, but its status as a top priority seems to be slipping in deference to labor shortages and production demands, putting workers (and home builders) at increased risk

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