by AARNI HEISKANEN, AEC Business
This article was originally published to the AEC Business blog on March 26, 2016.
Construction industry companies of any size can develop and improve their business through experiments. Experimentation is a great, cost-effective way to explore new opportunities, learn new things, and implement what you’ve learned. We’re conducting a survey to understand if and how construction industry firms experiment, and we invite you to participate.
What is the survey all about?
We want to inspire and encourage companies to experiment and we use this survey as a way to create awareness and interest in experimentation. The results will help us create useful content and offer practical education.
Who should participate?
We invite anyone who can answer the questions on behalf of their construction industry company (design, construction, manufacturing, etc.) to fill out the survey.
What you will get
Right after taking our survey you can download our educational PowerPoint presentation on experimentation.
After we’ve analyzed the survey results, you will get a free copy of the report.
How to take the survey
Use the survey form. Answering will take a few minutes of your time. We’ll keep your information private and will not publish individual results.
If you want to get a free copy of the survey report, please include your email address. We will not share it with third parties.
When is the survey open?
The survey starts on March 26, 2016, and closes on April 30th. We encourage you to spread the word!
Who’s doing the survey?
The survey is a joint operation between Aarni Heiskanen of AE Partners and Mikko Taskinen of Peilaus. Aarni is a management consultant, architect, and author of the blog AEC-Business.com. Mikko is a business coach and pedagogue.