Nobody likes making mistakes when it comes to the hiring process, but every once in a while, and often without their knowledge, someone is going to make a bad decision. Whether it be timing or the quality of the hire, in construction it can derail the progress of a project resulting in the need for damage control from project start-up.
The PASA Premier ConfeX in Melbourne was over in a blur. Two days. Countless seminars, pitches, plenary sessions and networking events.
Government organisations are under increasing pressure to do more with less. In 2015, the Bundaberg Regional Council Strategic Supply faced similar pressures to deliver additional cost savings without expanding the team.
In the construction industry, procurement is undoubtedly one of the most commonly duplicated tasks between pre-contracts, commercial and project delivery teams. The reality is that companies of all sizes and disciplines do not facilitate simple collaboration between the different business units. Critical supplier information gets lost in emails, spreadsheets, folders, and meetings, making it difficult to share. The end result? Wasted resources and a significant cost to the company.