The Future of the Executive Board and Leadership Team

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myConsole have developed a programme of 12 webinars on the future roles work winning and bid management in 2025.

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Each webinar will explore in detail how new digital technology will impact on every different roles involved across business development and pre-construction, as well as aligned changes in behaviours and function.

By 2025 the world of work winning and bid management will look and feel very different. The rate of change is primarily dependent on the level of technology adoption by each industry. Some industries were quick off the mark, and others such as construction and infrastructure have lagged but they too now have increased awareness of the significant gains digital platforms can deliver in terms of productivity and performance.

New technologies in BIM, 5D modelling, 3D printing and the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are speeding up enormous change in project delivery, but there is still a need for firms to rethink their front-end pre-construction business processes. Firms can use new technology on streamlining their existing work winning approaches, therefore improving revenue and margins.   For example, many businesses still rely on numerous paper / Word forms and Excel spreadsheets to manage their bidding workflows. Often there are around 50 separate non-integrated elements. Given that these traditional bidding activities always hold duplicate data (and often inconsistences) across the entire business process. It is these legacy systems that are ripe for change as by 2025 contractors will have just one consistent streamlined and efficient process that enables informed decision making based on a single source of truth for every user across work winning.

In this series of webinars, Philip Collard, CEO of myConsole, will share insights of how new technology will impact on the future roles, functions, and behaviours of contractors in the construction and infrastructure industry. The intent is to inform people and firms to become more tech-savvy and avoid the struggle in rethinking and then creating their own integrated intelligent processes.

The Future of the Executive Board and Leadership Team

How technology will impact on roles, functions and behaviours. See themes explored below:

  • Why new tech means clients will demand real-time pre-construction workflow access
  • Why consultants will demand stage gate insights and progress through all procurement workflow stages 
  • How real-time current v historic analytics will improve business and marketing planning
  • More real-time drill down requirements into analytics of business development activities
  • How real-time predictive dashboard analytics inform leadership team decision making
  • Increase use of analytics to aide competitor gaming strategies
  • Using real-time analytics to leverage profitable sectors, key markets, approaches, win themes and solution scenarios
  • Offering clients & consultants remote access to monitor tendering activities through all gateways
  • Real-time monitoring of supply chain performance to capture improved performance
  • Using dashboards to measure direct performance against client’s original requirements
  • More selectivity of preferred supply chain earlier in the process
  • More assessment of alternative competitor bid solutions
  • Providing supply chains with access to an interactive procurement dashboard tool for performance metric capture
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