Strategy, Legal & Operations
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It’s okay to wind down: How to bounce back from a setback in your business
Every business experiences highs and lows. Former Lawyer and Business Owner, Rachel Macon tell you how to bounce back af...
Community outreach: How to capture and keep the public’s attention
Construction project public engagement isn't what it used to be. Learn 4 ways to capture and keep the public's attention.
Surprise! Yes, it’s part of your construction contract
Compliance with applicable laws and contract documents isn't necessarily spelled out in construction contracts. Learn wh...
A tip for entrepreneurs – Don’t mix personal and business finances
Nhlakanipho “Nhlaks” Zondi shares advice to entrepreneurs on why they shouldn't mix personal and business finances.
How to make mentorship a part of your business strategy
Business coach Sherrin Ross Ingram shares why business advisement is important and what to look for in a mentor.
Find your focus: silencing the distractions that stunt your business’ growth
Research shows that nearly two-thirds of business owners feel like they don't manage their time effectively. Find out ho...
Your business is talking—but are you listening?
Here are a few tech advances that can help you listen to the voice of your business to better prepare for the future.
Three ways your small business can plan for tomorrow
Three ways your small business can plan for tomorrow and respond quickly and strategically to new challenges and opportu...
What do contract “assignments” have to do with your rights?
Many construction contracts contain contract assignments. Learn what an assignment is and its relationships to your lega...
How neighborly is your construction project?
How can you make your construction projects neighborly? Experts weigh in on how contractors can improve their constructi...
6 tips for managing risk to reap the rewards
Small business owners are always taking risks when trying to grow their business. Here are 6 tips to help small business...
5 ways data gets you in touch with your construction business
How much visibility do you have into your construction business? Learn 5 ways to gain construction business intelligence...
Meditation: The secret weapon to surviving your first 90 days in business
They say the first year is the roughest year when starting a new business. Sage Mentor Sandy Abrams shares the secret we...
4 steps to fix your boring business plan
Entrepreneurial coach Joey Womack shares the dos and don’ts of writing a solid business plan.
What motorcycle racing can teach you about running a business
Officeheads’ Rachel Berneck learned some hard-earned lessons from racing motorcycles that helped strengthen her leadersh...
My better half: How Mickey and Rich Swortzel grew software company New Eagle
Mickey and Rich Swortzel, CFO and President of software company New Eagle, on being partners in business and in life.
How to set smarter business goals
It’s difficult to attempt to control every area of your business, particularly if it’s growing quickly. Instead, set SMA...
Daily field reports: Are yours really good, or just good enough?
New executive guide to daily field reports provides tips on how to enhance the timeliness and thoroughness of your const...
5 counterintuitive truths about strategic planning
Ed Kless, Sage interim VP, Accountant Solutions discusses the five counterintuitive truths about strategic planning
Don’t risk it: 6 tips to manage subcontractor compliance
Provides six tips on how to effectively manage subcontractor compliance related to uninsured workers on the job site, li...
My better half: How the co-founders behind skincare empire Malin+Goetz find work-life balance
Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz, the duo behind skincare empire Malin+Goetz, on balancing their working and private lives.
10 tips for creating an IT plan that supports your business goals
Learn 10 steps to create an IT plan that supports your business goals and will transform your technology investments fro...
5 perks of connecting your data in the cloud
5 reasons why your business data should be connected to cloud technology