Episode 21 – How many times do we find ourselves on-site, or in the field office, where we see something that we think could be improved? It could be a process that our team uses, or a manner that we communicate, or it could be something that we noticed on-site during operations that, if tweaked, could improve a work element. As listener Patrick asked “When is it worth it to take initiative?”
In this episode of The Construction Engineering Show, I dive into the question. I think that we should always be looking for opportunities where improvements could be made. But, we need to always be ready for a negative response for various reasons that we may or may not have thought about.
Keep the questions coming – I enjoy hearing from you!
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