Craig Reiss

Craig Reiss

Director of Strategy and Standards

Craig has run editorial and been a principal strategist helping create more than $2 billion in value on more than 200 media properties, including 100 B2B entities in 36 categories.

Kitchens Stir the Pot: Post-Covid Consumer Desires Revealed

Architecture

Kitchens Stir the Pot: Post-Covid Consumer Desires Revealed

The New Home Trends Institute, the new consumer-insights unit of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, shares what people want in 2021 kitchens in a TBD exclusive.

Leadership

The Building World Debates Katerra: Bad Model or Execution

Here's what we're hearing from TBD audience members on the question of whether it was Katerra's business strategy or execution that doomed it to fail.

With Cash From Record Profits, LBM Deals Shake Up Rankings, Portend M&A Arms Race

Products

With Cash From Record Profits, LBM Deals Shake Up Rankings, Portend M&A Arms Race

TBD explores what this week's building channel consolidation moves mean for builders and for the building and real estate landscape in the months ahead.

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

Leadership

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

The capability challenge, our Dream Team posits, can only be solved through the embrace of data, technology, process and a pivot to collaboration in a dog-eat-dog culture.

Lose the Battle, Lose the War: Solutions to the Labor Crisis

Leadership

Lose the Battle, Lose the War: Solutions to the Labor Crisis

In Part 2 of Capability and Culture, our Dream Team measures the ramifications of construction's labor crisis, and how the consequences of this seemingly insurmountable challenge may be the catalyst needed to embrace innovation.

Meet Maggie Goldstone: The Reason You Like Us So Dang Much

Leadership

Meet Maggie Goldstone: The Reason You Like Us So Dang Much

Judging by our mail, you all agree that Maggie Goldstone, our Design Director, makes us look good. We asked her to explain from where her magic comes.

Construction Isn't Just the Most Dangerous Occupation, It May Be the Most Infectious, Too

Building Tech & Products

Construction Isn't Just the Most Dangerous Occupation, It May Be the Most Infectious, Too

No industry's workers are more hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccinations than in construction. As a result, the pandemic may be a concern for the housing industry far longer than other sectors.

The Dream Team Weighs In on Capability and Culture

Leadership

The Dream Team Weighs In on Capability and Culture

Massive shortfalls in labor across the spectrum affect every aspect of the building business. In part 1 of our Capability and Culture special, our Dream Team tackles how we got here and what to do about it.

Hello

Marketing & Sales

Hello

Craig Reiss, partner for Strategy and Standards at the The Builder's Daily: "We will build a media world without walls, where seeking solutions is the only credential, engagements have purpose and actions make a difference."

The Definitive Measure on the Urban Myth of the Urban Exodus

Land

The Definitive Measure on the Urban Myth of the Urban Exodus

There is no disputing cities, especially big cities, suffered increases in out-migration, but was it an "exodus?"

Kitchens Stir the Pot: Post-Covid Consumer Desires Revealed

Architecture

Kitchens Stir the Pot: Post-Covid Consumer Desires Revealed

The New Home Trends Institute, the new consumer-insights unit of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, shares what people want in 2021 kitchens in a TBD exclusive.

Leadership

The Building World Debates Katerra: Bad Model or Execution

Here's what we're hearing from TBD audience members on the question of whether it was Katerra's business strategy or execution that doomed it to fail.

With Cash From Record Profits, LBM Deals Shake Up Rankings, Portend M&A Arms Race

Products

With Cash From Record Profits, LBM Deals Shake Up Rankings, Portend M&A Arms Race

TBD explores what this week's building channel consolidation moves mean for builders and for the building and real estate landscape in the months ahead.

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

Leadership

The Future Is Now: Lead, Don't Wallow

The capability challenge, our Dream Team posits, can only be solved through the embrace of data, technology, process and a pivot to collaboration in a dog-eat-dog culture.

Lose the Battle, Lose the War: Solutions to the Labor Crisis

Leadership

Lose the Battle, Lose the War: Solutions to the Labor Crisis

In Part 2 of Capability and Culture, our Dream Team measures the ramifications of construction's labor crisis, and how the consequences of this seemingly insurmountable challenge may be the catalyst needed to embrace innovation.

Meet Maggie Goldstone: The Reason You Like Us So Dang Much

Leadership

Meet Maggie Goldstone: The Reason You Like Us So Dang Much

Judging by our mail, you all agree that Maggie Goldstone, our Design Director, makes us look good. We asked her to explain from where her magic comes.

Construction Isn't Just the Most Dangerous Occupation, It May Be the Most Infectious, Too

Building Tech & Products

Construction Isn't Just the Most Dangerous Occupation, It May Be the Most Infectious, Too

No industry's workers are more hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccinations than in construction. As a result, the pandemic may be a concern for the housing industry far longer than other sectors.

The Dream Team Weighs In on Capability and Culture

Leadership

The Dream Team Weighs In on Capability and Culture

Massive shortfalls in labor across the spectrum affect every aspect of the building business. In part 1 of our Capability and Culture special, our Dream Team tackles how we got here and what to do about it.

Hello

Marketing & Sales

Hello

Craig Reiss, partner for Strategy and Standards at the The Builder's Daily: "We will build a media world without walls, where seeking solutions is the only credential, engagements have purpose and actions make a difference."

The Definitive Measure on the Urban Myth of the Urban Exodus

Land

The Definitive Measure on the Urban Myth of the Urban Exodus

There is no disputing cities, especially big cities, suffered increases in out-migration, but was it an "exodus?"