An FBI consultant asked Wayne for some advice on an assignment where the senior leader is always “putting out fires” in his construction firm. Wayne commented that it sounded like a poorly run company, but then he had to stop and think: WHY is constant firefighting emblematic of a contractor that is poorly led and managed? More importantly, what can a contractor DO to get off that firefighting hamster wheel?
Please tune in this week as Wayne gives nine characteristics of a poorly led and managed construction company and offers five tactics for getting off that ugly treadmill. What do you think? What are the symptoms of a poorly run contractor, and what advice would you offer for ending the cycle? Please share with us in the comments.
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