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When your teams learn Revit online, your organization can save valuable time and money.
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5 Reasons to Learn Revit Online

There are so many benefits architecture, engineering and construction teams can experience when they learn Revit online. Online Revit training can also have advantages for organizations compared to in-person training programs.    Here are a few compelling reasons why your staff should learn Revit online through an expert AEC &

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Knowing how to reduce knowledge gaps after employee turnover can help keep business running as usual with no disruptions.
General

How to Reduce Knowledge Gaps After Employee Turnover

When an employee leaves your organization, your teams may struggle to figure out how to reduce knowledge gaps. Whether your organization is large or small, an unexpected departure can disrupt projects as that person’s unique skills and knowledge often leave with them.    It’s best to develop strategies to prevent

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You can use employee assessments as part of the hiring process, when considering an employee for a promotion, and more.
General

5 Times to Use Employee Assessments at Your AEC & M Organization

Employee assessments are a powerful tool in any manager’s arsenal. They allow architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing organizations to turbo-charge their efficiency and productivity by ensuring each employee is plugged into the right spot on their team and has the skills they need to flourish.    There are several critical

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When you promote internal talent you can save money and reduce the time it would take to onboard a new employee.
General

7 Reasons to Promote Internal Talent

People are the lifeblood of any AEC and manufacturing business. Investing in them can pay massive rewards for not just your employees but the company too. In a job market where people often feel like they need to switch organizations to make meaningful career progress, finding ways to improve retention

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Knowing how to strengthen relationships with your clients is key to earning new business and building your firm’s reputation.
General

6 Ways AEC & M Firms Can Improve Client Relationships

No matter how great your organization’s customers are, it never hurts to learn more about how to strengthen relationships with your clients! Improving client relationships helps projects go more smoothly, reinforces your company’s reputation, and ultimately keeps everyone happy at each firm. Win-win!   When it comes to how to

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Knowing how to improve your e-learning program is key to getting the outcomes you want.
General

How to Improve Your e-Learning Program

Once you’ve implemented an e-learning program at your AEC & M organization, you might dust off your hands and assume you’re done. Not quite so fast!    It’s essential to monitor the program’s success and learn how to improve e-learning if you aren’t getting the results you expected. E-learning can

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Knowing how to solve quality control issues is essential to ensuring your firm’s success.
Eagle Point Products

How to Solve Quality Control Issues with Pinnacle Series

Quality control is a make-or-break issue for any company, but particularly ones in the AEC and manufacturing industries. Because architects, engineers, and construction and manufacturing professionals do such essential work, the stakes are high! If your organization is running into roadblocks, figuring out how to solve quality control issues is

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An open plan office setup can potentially be one of the things that hurt your organization’s productivity.
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6 Surprising Things that Hurt Your Organization’s Productivity

The concept of “productivity” can seem like an abstract thing. There are so many different factors that influence how productive your various teams can be, and it isn’t as simple as plugging numbers into an equation. Often, it’s a combination of small, less quantifiable things that hurt your organization’s productivity. 

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