Paul Netscher

Paul Netscher

23/9/2018 · 3 min read · ~10
To Project Managers and 2 more
What’s expected of your subcontractors? Do they know?

What’s expected of your subcontractors? Do they know?

‘Do your subcontractors really understand what is expected of them?’ Many readers will say; ‘of course yes, it’s spelled out in our document.’ My answer; ‘are you sure?’ Several months ago the neighbours across the street engaged a...

Paul Netscher

Paul Netscher

23/9/2018 · 5 min read · ~10
To Project Managers and 2 more
What’s expected of your subcontractors? Do they know?

What’s expected of your subcontractors? Do they know?

‘Do your subcontractors really understand what is expected of them?’ Many readers will say; ‘of course yes, it’s spelled out in our document.’ My answer; ‘are you sure?’ Several months ago the neighbours across the street engaged a...

Tricia Steege

Tricia Steege

22/9/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
To Leadership and 2 more
How to Use A Change Management Strategy to Reach Your ROI

How to Use A Change Management Strategy to Reach Your ROI

Change. The term is loaded with hidden meanings and personal interpretations - usually fear. Perhaps this is a reason why you as a leader of a change initiative are reluctant to include change management as key activity in your implementation...

Anna Kucirkova

Anna Kucirkova

16/5/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
To Project Managers and 1 more
Top 6 Project Management Software Options

Top 6 Project Management Software Options

Depending on traditional tools for managing projects is no longer a viable option for many businesses. Thankfully, with today’s improved technology you can automate this process and take care of all its important aspects with fewer errors and less...

Paul Netscher

Paul Netscher

30/8/2018 · 3 min read · ~10 · 1
To Project Managers and 4 more
Are you working for free on your construction project?

Are you working for free on your construction project?

This sounds a strange question! Which construction contractor works for free? Yet it’s something that happens often on construction projects. Contractors regularly unwittingly carry out work for which they aren’t paid. I’m not talking about...

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Paul Netscher - clients expecting free work is rife within the construction industry, even down to the planning and design stages. I've got a battle to fight next week - the client has lost their approved plans for work that was done in 2009 and it's nowhere to be found at Council... So almost the entire house has to be redrawn and resubmitted to Council!

31/8/2018

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