How to Manage Change in Innovation with Will McManus from DSI

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In today’s episode, we are incredibly lucky to be joined by Will McManus from DSI!

Will began his career as an IT director in 1992, where he was working with FGI Services, overseeing all aspects of information technology, eventually obtaining his Master’s Degree in 2006.

He joined DSI as a CIO in 2011 before becoming Vice President of Construction Technology just a year later. Will now focus on streamlining business processes and implementing services that help the company grow.

In today’s episode, we discuss managing teams, developments in the industry and the latest construction news!

Key Takeaways:

Intro (00:00)
Having solid foundations (08:49)
What is holding people back (18:20)
Managing speed (22:22)
Change management (27:48)
Embracing innovations (44:42)
News round-up (53:13)

Additional Resources:

Check out the work DSI do here: https://dsi.us/

Check Will out on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/will-mcmanus-0755844/

See this week’s news articles! 🗞️⬇️

➡️ AI-Enabled construction investment surpasses investment in AI-Enabled Fintech: https://www.linkedin.com/in/will-mcmanus-0755844/

➡️ JP Morgan calls managing directors back to offices full-time: https://www.bisnow.com/new-york/news/office/jp-morgan-ends-hybrid-work-for-managing-directors-sets-full-time-office-schedule-118489?utm_source=outbound_pub_13&utm_campaign=outbound_issue_66518&utm_content=outbound_link_5&utm_medium=email

➡️ Could this inflatable factory re-invent construction?: https://www.fastcompany.com/90835778/could-this-inflatable-factory-reinvent-construction

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