BTL Mark: Resolve interoperability issues & increase buyer confidence
theme "Our Assets R U"
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I find it interesting that in the blur of technology at this year’s IBcon in Vegas; the largest gathering of authorities with international case studies on the topic of open architected, interoperable and integrated IP centric smart, connected, high performance and intelligent buildings, my biggest takeaway is that it is the people of our industry many of who are part of our AutomatedBuildings.com collaboratory are our cashable assets, not technology.
Keynote speaker Geoffrey Moore's, pragmatic and systematic approach to the chaos created by technological innovation provided insight and guidance to the adoption journey.
This was an excellent message for us all to get our heads around where we are on the adoption curve. In his presentation, The
Innovation Adoption Curve and Its Relevance to Commercial and Corporate
Real Estate, he mapped out all the milestones of the journey.
For more follow this link;
My observation is
that your understanding of where on the adoption curve the technology
around you and part of you is, is the value you bring to
your company and our industry. “R U the asset?” To invest and grow
our companies assets we need to clone your knowledge and understanding.
We as an industry and you as a company need to invest more of you (Time
and Money) in the training and growth of those around you. Mentoring is
an amazing feel good, do good, vehicle and every mentor should have a
mentor, all working to
create a network of brain trust to be part of your own company culture
Paul’s article does an amazing job of defining the task at hand and is a must read for our industry.
Addressing The Skills Gap
It’s time we as industry begin to focus our efforts on investing in the
people necessary to properly apply all the great technology we have in
order to deliver quality solutions that provide real value to end
users. - Paul Oswald, President, Environmental Systems, Inc (ESI)
For the survival of our industry we need to reach out and engage the bright minds who have grown up with the chaos created by technological innovation and share with them the wisdom and reason of our grey hairs and our lives of planting, growing, and nurturing truly smart intelligent buildings. Engage in mentorship and you will be amazed at what you learn from these bright minds, oh you thought you were the mentor….smile.
Create a new collaborator around your world that includes their world. You will be amazed at how this will increase your assets.
If you review our 15 year online collaboratory you will understand better how everything we do fits into the next 15 year's adoption curve.
As always this new
issue is a nest of great articles, columns, reviews, new products,
interviews and of course the steady stream of news depicting our
rapidly evolution and journey to "Openness".
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