Construction contractors that have been certified through the Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) program have a unique opportunity to use their knowledge and experience to win project scope and grow their business. However, the opportunity to substantially grow revenue depends on whether you think big about how to leverage your solution for value and impact, not […]
RESET CEO Wayne O’Neill was recently asked by the Texas Economic Development Council (TEDC) to provide coaching on how to access hidden opportunities for capital project funding, especially as traditional revenue streams have dried up during the COVID-19 pandemic. On June 30, 2020, Wayne was joined by David Dodd of the International Sustainable Resilience Center […]
While news headlines and your current operating reality may paint a dim picture of market conditions, we’re here to tell you about a much brighter outlook with major opportunities available just beneath the surface. RESET is grateful to be on the pioneering edge of opportunities linked to capital funding for project scope creation. We are […]
Maurielle Balczon discusses why project management is a safeguard protecting the time, resource, and relationship investment between your team and your clients.
When you’re in a leadership position, constant learning is crucial. Whether you’re researching trends in the marketplace, or getting a deeper understanding of underlying internal issues, you have to be open-minded and prepared. For another perspective on the importance of learning when in a leadership position, we interviewed Leigh Mires, Chief Learning Officer at Thornton Tomasetti.
A long-term career full of lessons learned gives seasoned leaders deep smarts, but who is going to take on that knowledge as the organization continues to grow over time? How will critical content be transferred even after the current leadership’s tenure is over? All levels of the organization feel they own a piece of the business but, without a plan for the continuity of knowledge, the hard won work may quickly unravel as senior leadership take on other avenues in life.
Part of day-to-day life here at WOA involves us having the ear of top executives, and while you may think that their only focus surrounds numbers (number one in the marketplace, number of dollars at the close of fiscal year, number of corporate golf outings), the message our practice hears is actually becoming quite different. The focus is more and more on people. It seems competitive leaders of today are honing in on the fact that the talent which shapes their firms is what provides the greatest opportunity for growth; and yes, the kind of legitimate growth that impacts the numbers we all know they so love to talk about. Executives are actively asking WOA, how can we change the way we approach our teams so that everyone can reap the benefits?
Given the new set of expectations encapsulated by ACO requirements, health care systems have been asking themselves “How do we effectively respond to the ACO process?” Murmurs from the owner side of our practice indicate that many hospitals believe the answer lies in collaboration.
Collaboration for a better environment was the theme spearheaded by architect Van H. Gilbert and his affiliates at this year’s Association of Zoos and Aquariums Conference. Together with the energy solutions team at Johnson Controls (JCI) and strategic account development firm Wayne O’Neill & Associates (WOA), Van and his collaborators delivered an energy conservation initiative […]
Why is Change Management so hard? Because it requires us to replace habits which make us comfortable, with ones that are foreign to our zone of normal confidence. It also requires a huge amount of individual responsibility. With this comes a bit of natural human fear about trying something new, what if at first we’re not good at it or not entirely sure of what we’re doing?