Posted On 22 Feb 2019
Averages seldom tell the whole story.
On average, American non-farm labor productivity has soared since 1950. But when we look at the American construction industry in particular, the trend is the exact opposite.
If you want to zoom in even closer, check out the productivity gap between the manufacturing sector and the construction sector since the mid-1990s:
Via McKinsey & Co.
A figure as stark as that one leaves a single looming question: Why?
The short answer: bad organization, insufficient communication, poor planning, and a startling lack of accountability.
Essentially, we can attribute the decades-long decline in American construction productivity to the absence of a centralized collaboration solution where the people doing the work can make better decisions together.
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