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.
In this first-of-a-series of beyond-the-budget housing analyses, we'd challenge business leaders to now consider reframing customer-centricity as a strategic foundation to secure and sustain capability.
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.
Housing's future is simpler and familiar. The pathway there, though, is more difficult and not well charted.
New data from Phoenix-based Mosaic show encouraging signs builders are embracing technology to a greater degree as they deal with today's raft of construction and supply chain challenges.
Vancouver-based construction innovator -- powered by a sustainable, resilient proprietary building material and a fresh, local approach to construction capability -- seizes its moment to claim a role in building industrialization.
Here's why the VBC-Polcom merger, announced today, signals the emergence of a new power player in the coming industrialization of residential construction, design, engineering, and value creation.
Where data, technology, and machine learning serve a step-change role in homebuilding and development: dispute resolution.
A cultural pivot -- from building materials and products manufacturer to customer-focused technology-powered solutions platform -- points to a win-win transformation.
A casualty of 2021 supply chain dysfunction -- loyalty -- may be a source of business strain between builders and distributors when options open back up in 2023 and beyond.