Two questions I give the odd talk now and then, and recently I’ve started by asking two questions: 1 – What kind of built environment industry do you want to be part of? Leave as a legacy for your friends, family, communities and society at large? 2 – Secondly what are you prepared to do […]Read more "“BIM, Digital Life, the Universe and Everything…”"
“M’Laud Eynon is guilty as charged. The defendant John Eynon has been ranting on about digital transformation and Level 2, for donkeys years. Meanwhile the UK is going to the dogs, the UN has slated it for record poverty, the rich get richer, the poor get squeezed even more, NHS in crisis, children go to […]Read more "Rome…Titanic…burns…deckchairs"
…you can work with people for quite a while. Then one day something happens and it’s like you don’t know them at all. Humans! I prefer my cat Rupert. :o) J.Read more "Funny how…"
I alluded to this earlier today. Visionaries. People who make change happen. Who fly high, and see further, but crash and burn occasionally. What makes them tick? What keeps them going? Why do they do what they do? Through the pain, rejection, seeming failure, time and time and time again. Yet each time they rise […]Read more "Visionaries"
I attended Digital Construction Week at Excel in London a few weeks back. Amazing how the show has grown and developed over the last few years. I was struck by the number, breadth and depth of exhibitors there. Covering all aspects of digital across the Built Environment. I wondered how many of these firms existed […]Read more "The Millennial Dilemma"
My dear people. We have on one hand a wonderful industry populated with some incredibly creative ingenious and innovative people. Some of whom it has been my privilege to work with in the past and still do. And yet… That value that these people create is rarely properly recognised or valued. I have a friend, […]Read more "We LIKE your stuff…BUT we can’t put a VALUE on it…so we WON’T PAY you for it…BUT we’re more than HAPPY TO USE it…!"
Are you a crow or a goose? Every watched a flock of crows? Known collectively as a murder. No pattern, wheeling and cawing, all over the place, but wonderful intelligent creatures. Every watch a flock of geese in flight? Known as a team, skein, wedge I think. In formation, changing position in the vee shape […]Read more "Murder the team…"