When commercially available computers first came on the scene in the late 1970’s and early 80’s, most people thought of them merely as a way to enhance existing methods. Word processing saved time over typing. Spreadsheets saved long hours of punching numbers into a calculator. AutoCAD made it possible to do faster, more accurate design calculations.
Vice President at Enstoa
In a prior blog post “Do a Multi-million Dollar Capital Project for Free” we explored how enterprise project management (EPPM) systems can prevent latent capital and make your dollars more productive. These systems can do the same for your team members.
Determining changes in productivity among project managers (PMs) can be difficult, and we propose two metrics should be evaluated, in concert, to characterize productivity:
Director at Enstoa, Inc.
For most building owners, navigating information about their facilities is much like picking up a copy of The Thomas Guide from 2000. You first have to locate the physical book (no, you can’t download the ebook), then hope that the information pertaining to your origin and destination have not changed.