Michael A. Smith's Articles

Look Inward to Solve the Management Shortage

Most construction companies already have a pool of talented employees who can be trained on the ins and outs of what it means to be a construction manager. Effective training and mentoring programs need to be in place to properly retain standout employees and help them rise within the company, and that’s where some companies encounter difficulties. 

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How do you tap into employees’ most valuable talents and talk to them about career advancement?
"One of our company’s greatest strengths is that it is employee owned. Our more...

Bringing Health Care to Retail Centers
With hospital stays becoming more expensive, the federal government reducing...

Crowdsourcing a Charitable Beneficiary
In March, Faith Technologies, Menasha, Wis., gave $5,000 to the Boys & Girls...

Capital Infusion: How to Optimize Forthcoming Construction Lending
Many areas of the United States are seeing a resurgence in construction starts...

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