April 2020

Bonus Report: Workforce

Consider purpose-driven methods for communicating with engineers

Technology has dramatically transformed communication methods and, more importantly, the ways that engineers share information with colleagues and clients.

Johnston, G., Laporte Consultants Corp. USA; Shahani, G., ShureLine Construction

Technology has dramatically transformed communication methods and, more importantly, the ways that engineers share information with colleagues and clients. The traditional office environment is reshaping how professionals work and collaborate. As part of cost-control solutions, more companies are minimizing physical office space; accordingly, employees can work remotely with flexible schedules. Global workforce changes everything Project teams are assembled from a diverse workforce. Often, these teams are in different time zones, countries and continents. Such developments introduce new challenges in culture and language. With remote teams and language barriers, communication becomes a cri

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