Process ROT and the quest for quality information
It might sound like something that lurks in damp soil, but process ROT is actually becoming a widespread problem for many organisations, writes Ivan Seselj. Here’s how to avoid using redundant, obsolete and/or trivial information.
3 ways workforce management helps optimise project resources
Workforce management technology can provide the detailed measurement tools organisations need to succeed in project execution. Leslie Tarnacki outlines three ways in which it can help with effective project resource management.
Research reveals activity-based working key to future workplace
Organisations looking to increase productivity and make significant gains in innovation will need to prepare for a future workplace designed around activity-based working (ABW), according to research conducted by UXC Connect and Tech Research Asia.
Australian projects too slow to succeed
The Australian resources sector is inefficient and too slow to execute projects to properly capitalise on the global commodities market, according to management consulting firm Siecap, a logistics and supply chain solutions specialist for projects.
The case for BIM in construction projects
Does my BIM look big in this? This could well be the question the building and construction industry is asking itself as it struggles to contain the myriad of interpretations of what constitutes building information modelling. Frank Italia of Norman Disney Young on the case for BIM.