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                    [post_content] => If you are just starting to get your feet wet with better data management workflow for your business, here are three key aspects of data that you should consider while creating accurate reports on your KPIs.   

We’d like to teach you an oversimplified data workflow that works for data management, no matter what company you are in. 

We think there are three pieces to a data workflow: 
  • Devices 
  • Systems (like software) 
  • Humans 
 This is how we categorize data flow when we onboard a new client. We’re going to use the airline industry to show you the different categories of data management.
Devices – device We should use devices to collect data. Sometimes people must collect data. But if we can use a tool it will save a lot of time and get rid of a ton of busy work. Let’s look at the airline and weather example. Instead of making people continuously report the temperature in various cities, devices collect this information. Could you imagine how much tickets would be if people had to report this data?  
system Systems (Like software) – Many times devices collect data and then people turn it into information for senior leaders to make decisions. Many employees in corporate America are “Deck Donkeys,” which means the solely create decks to share information. These Power Point decks are typical graphs, reports, etc. Taking the airline industry example, instead of someone constantly making reports on the weather and showing where there is inclement weather, the airline industry has software that automatically reports on severe weather. Based on the weather, systems can predict airport congestion, taxi times and even what runways will be available and when. You can read a blog o n how The Weather Company uses systems for prediction.
human Humans – Humans ultimately make the decisions. Let’s look at the airline industry one last time. After looking over the information on freezing temperatures, the information is funneled to the pilots, control towers, and airlines so they can make the best decisions for passengers. More from The Weather Company:
Airlines cannot change the weather, but they can mitigate the effect if they know the impact in advance. By understanding situations and the potential of their impacts ahead of time, airlines can execute time-sensitive strategies (such as flight cancellation, flight swaps, reserve crew, and etc.) to mitigate such impacts.
Could you imagine what would happen if ALL this work was completed by a human? There would certainly be errors and airline prices would be even higher! With the right devices collecting the data and the right systems transposing it into information, humans can focus on making strategic decisions that will make their customers happy. That is how technology should work for us.

Chapter Eight:

Data Management Strategy Evaluation with HingePoint

[post_title] => The Oversimplified Data Management Workflow [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => data-oversimplified-workflow [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-02-21 00:07:32 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-02-21 06:07:32 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.hingepoint.com/blog/aec/bim-oversimplified-workflow-copy/ [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [1] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 12101 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2016-10-06 15:00:09 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-10-06 20:00:09 [post_content] => Want to get rid of busywork? Let’s start with the 80/20-Rule. Your company or boss makes the assumption that you are 80% productive. Roughly 20% of your time is from meetings and some of the busywork that comes with any job. If more than 20% of your time is spent on busywork so that you can focus on high-value work…. Then uh-oh… Houston.. we have a problem. We need to identify what is blocking you from working on those higher functions. Or, as I like to say, the work that matters. Work that matters is the stuff that you SHOULD be working on. It’s the actual deliverable your customer or boss wants from you. We have hundreds of exercises we take our customers through. We call it an Idea Lab in The HingePoint Way. The first step is identifying the problem. We want to identify what is blocking you from the work that matters. Below are some general questions that could help you identify this… and identify where you fall on the oversimplified workflow. --------- Although I cannot take you through the exercises in this blog, we have a few general questions HingePoint looks for when consulting a client. Are you doing redundant work? Redundant work most often comes in the form of entering data in multiple systems. For example, we had a client that would enter financial data for their portfolio into a PDF and then again into an Excel Spreadsheet. Do you have to search for data? Do you have all the data to make decisions at your fingertips? Or must you hunt for this data? Why isn’t a device collecting this for you? Why is the data not already stored in one place? Are you doing the work of a human? Check out our oversimplified workflow post to learn more. Are you doing the work that a device or system should be doing to finish your work? What do you want? Based on these questions and answers, what do you want technology to do for you? If we were in a perfect work, what would technology do for you? ---------- The ultimate goal is to go to war on anything that blocks you from working on what matters. Once you understand the redundant and busywork that you don't want to do, you can begin asking, "Okay, so how can technology solve this?  
  HingePoint 2300 McDermott Road STE 200-235, Plano, TX 75025 (214) 301-0000 www.hingepoint.com   HingePoint provides AutoDesk, BIM and Revit consulting & services for the AEC industry with development & integration of AutoDesk products with enterprise systems. As members of the AutoDesk Development Network, we are a trusted partner with over 25 years experience of systems development and integration work in the AEC industry. We support development of Autodesk products including AutoCAD, Revit, M, BIM360 and are experts in integrating with enterprise systems including Salesforce, SharePoint & Office365. Our clients range from top hotel brands and restaurant chains to AEC firms and real estate developers and Facilities Management. We provide BIM with ROI. Results Guaranteed...Literally Guaranteed. [post_title] => Learn this Simple Rule to Identify Busywork [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => simple-rule-to-identify-busywork [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2017-01-22 16:20:50 [post_modified_gmt] => 2017-01-22 22:20:50 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.hingepoint.com/?p=12101 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [2] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 12062 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2016-09-28 19:00:11 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-09-29 00:00:11 [post_content] => I’d like to teach you an oversimplified workflow that works from Building Information Modeling (BIM) in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC). This is how I categorize work when I work with a new client. I’m going to use the airline industry to show you what I mean. Airlines need to keep track of the weather. If they don’t and it freezes or there is a storm, they could obviously have a perilous situation on their hands. Storms can happen suddenly. So the airlines need the most efficient way to get the right information at their fingertips. I think there are three pieces to a workflow:
  • Devices
  • Systems (like software)
  • Humans
Let's quickly look at each.  
  Devices – device We should use devices to collect data. Sometimes people must collect data. But if we can use a tool it will save a lot of time and get rid of a ton of busy work. Let’s look at the airline and weather example. Instead of making people continuously report the temperature in various cities, devices collect this information. Could you imagine how much tickets would be if people had to report this data.  
  systemSystems (Like software) – Many times devices collect data and then people turn it into information for senior leaders to make decisions. Many employees in corporate America are “Deck Donkeys,” which means the solely create decks to share information. These Power Point decks are typically graphs, reports, etc. Taking the airline industry example, instead of someone constantly making reports on the weather and showing where there is inclement weather, the airline industry has software that automatically reports on severe weather. Based on the weather, systems can predict airport congestion, taxi times and even what runways will be available and when. You can read a blog o n how The Weather Company uses systems for prediction.  
  humanHumans – Humans ultimately make the decisions. Let’s look at the airline industry one last time. After looking over the information on freezing temperatures, the information is funneled to the pilots, control towers, and airlines so they can make the best decisions for passengers. More from The Weather Company: Airlines cannot change the weather, but they can mitigate the effect if they know the impact in advance. By understanding situations and the potential of their impacts ahead of time, airlines can execute time-sensitive strategies (such as flight cancellation, flight swaps, reserve crew, and etc.) to mitigate such impacts.
Could you imagine what would happen if ALL this work was completed by a human? There would certainly be errors and airline prices would be even higher! With the right devices collecting the data and the right systems transposing it into information, humans can focus on making strategic decisions that will make their customers happy. That is how technology should work for us. [post_title] => The Oversimplified Workflow for BIM in AEC [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => bim-oversimplified-workflow [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-01-24 05:01:22 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-01-24 11:01:22 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.hingepoint.com/?p=12062 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) ) [post_count] => 3 [current_post] => -1 [in_the_loop] => [post] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 13017 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2017-07-28 12:45:14 [post_date_gmt] => 2017-07-28 17:45:14 [post_content] => If you are just starting to get your feet wet with better data management workflow for your business, here are three key aspects of data that you should consider while creating accurate reports on your KPIs.    We’d like to teach you an oversimplified data workflow that works for data management, no matter what company you are in.  We think there are three pieces to a data workflow: 
  • Devices 
  • Systems (like software) 
  • Humans 
 This is how we categorize data flow when we onboard a new client. We’re going to use the airline industry to show you the different categories of data management.
Devices – device We should use devices to collect data. Sometimes people must collect data. But if we can use a tool it will save a lot of time and get rid of a ton of busy work. Let’s look at the airline and weather example. Instead of making people continuously report the temperature in various cities, devices collect this information. Could you imagine how much tickets would be if people had to report this data?  
system Systems (Like software) – Many times devices collect data and then people turn it into information for senior leaders to make decisions. Many employees in corporate America are “Deck Donkeys,” which means the solely create decks to share information. These Power Point decks are typical graphs, reports, etc. Taking the airline industry example, instead of someone constantly making reports on the weather and showing where there is inclement weather, the airline industry has software that automatically reports on severe weather. Based on the weather, systems can predict airport congestion, taxi times and even what runways will be available and when. You can read a blog o n how The Weather Company uses systems for prediction.
human Humans – Humans ultimately make the decisions. Let’s look at the airline industry one last time. After looking over the information on freezing temperatures, the information is funneled to the pilots, control towers, and airlines so they can make the best decisions for passengers. More from The Weather Company:
Airlines cannot change the weather, but they can mitigate the effect if they know the impact in advance. By understanding situations and the potential of their impacts ahead of time, airlines can execute time-sensitive strategies (such as flight cancellation, flight swaps, reserve crew, and etc.) to mitigate such impacts.
Could you imagine what would happen if ALL this work was completed by a human? There would certainly be errors and airline prices would be even higher! With the right devices collecting the data and the right systems transposing it into information, humans can focus on making strategic decisions that will make their customers happy. That is how technology should work for us.

Chapter Eight:

Data Management Strategy Evaluation with HingePoint

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