093: ‘Continuous Improvement Culture’, with Matt Wash
A conversation with Matt Wash.
Special guest Matt Wash of Bimbeats joins the podcast to talk about how architecture and engineering firms are (or in many cases are not) quantifying inefficient workflows and what that means to their businesses—not just for the bottom line but also for the quality of the staff experience, the real and potential benefits of data analysis on projects and the skills, tools, workflows, and behaviors used to deliver them, the massive amount of duplication of work in the industry and what can be done about removing the waste in order to make room to add value back into the system, change management in regard to technology within firms, the health of the business and the real impact it has on the potential to improve people’s lives who are doing the work, and more.
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- Matt on LinkedIn
- Matt on Twitter
- Bimbeats website
- Bimbeats on Twitter
- Bimbeats on LinkedIn
- Paul Wintour’s blog articles: Incomplete and unused: Design Technology’s dirty secret & Technical debt: Architecture’s ticking time bomb
- Schedule a demo of Bimbeats
- Check out my other podcasts too: Archispeak & Peopleverse
- My YouTube channel
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