Transitions in construction

Transitions in construction

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Step-changePosted by Dan Engström Mon, December 26, 2011 01:07:45
Implementing industry research in construction. We've been doing poorly for years. Arguably, one problem is that when we look for solutions, we stay inside the paradigm that created the problem in the first place. It is time we changed that. It is time we made our mark on our sector. It is time we introduced something unexpected.
Before you ask: No, I don't know how. Not yet. But in anticipation of my New Year's resolution to change the world I have collected a handful of methods for getting us started. Feel free to download the list here as a Christmas gift from me to you:What happens if we deliberately set out to develop a breakthrough? Directly in the new year, my colleagues and I are starting down the road towards the answer to that question. We want to know if the we can make a radical improvement of our R&D in construction.

Arguably, something similar will be happening over in your hunting-grounds too. Because when the best option really only is the least bad one, it is high time to create a step-change. Let's help each other out with it.

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Posted by Dan Engström Mon, January 09, 2012 21:52:04

Here's a similar post from purusothaman: http://www.writenjoy.com/2012/01/principles-of-creative-thinking

Posted by Dan Engström Thu, December 29, 2011 17:54:06

Thanks Fredrik. I changed it so it works now,

Posted by granne Thu, December 29, 2011 11:04:28

Nice and intreresting article but the first tinyurl (http://tinyurl.com/d8awwkl) in the pdf don't seem to work.