Construction White Papers

Change can be a daunting challenge for employees—and for the managers who must lead through it. In 2017, it is impossible to run a business without the expectation of change, especially in technology. Learn more about adopting new technologies in this white paper.


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The word “collaboration” is nothing new to construction business owners. From titans of industry to owners of local two-person subcontracting shops, entrepreneurs agree that companies benefit from collaboration. Learn more about what collaboration really means in this Dexter + Chaney report.


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Today’s information and decision-making are not the same as they used to be. The last 50 years of business technology have developed at an astounding pace—so quickly that it is hard to keep up. Download this industry white paper to learn more about the history of business intelligence and how it will be evolving in the future.

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How innovative technologies and software are helping project managers streamline processes to build faster, smarter projects

The lifeblood of any construction company is the construction project itself. How those projects are managed can make or break the company. That makes project managers (or in some companies, project sponsors who oversee teams of project managers) arguably the most important role in an organization. In this white paper, Dexter + Chaney explores the role of technology in project management and current market trends. Download the white paper to learn more.

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Engaging your employees in their daily tasks is critical, as high engagement results in top quality work and high retention rates. Engaging employees should start on day one and continue through every day of employment.

Is your employee engagement strategy the best it could possibly be? If not, check out 6 employee engagement trends to get you on track to success.

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There is a saying that goes, “If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich?” The message here, of course, is that intelligence for its own sake is not as important as what you do with your intelligence. This is a lesson many of us learn the hard way when we leave school and enter the workforce. This is also a lesson that many companies struggle to incorporate into their business processes. The mantra, “more information is better” exerts a powerful influence on business managers. But too often there is no explicit plan for how best to manage and make use of business information.

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Taking Project Collaboration from Concept to Reality

For a number of years now, there has been a lot of talk about collaboration, which has become a marketing buzzword and less of an idea of team unity. The problem with collaboration, like other words, is not the word itself but how it has been used. Collaboration, used as jargon simply offers no concrete examples of how we can effectively work better together.

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