Ten Signs of Contractor COMPLACENCY

A Crain’s Business reporter called Wayne with a question for a story: What are the telltale signs of a complacent – and therefore vulnerable – construction company? He had 24 hours’ notice before the reporter’s call, but it only took about five minutes to come up with a pretty thorough list.

Please tune in this week as Wayne gives you his top 10 signs of complacency – what he thinks might be the #1 business killer of successful construction companies. What do you think? Is complacency as dreadful and dangerous as Wayne claims, or is this a big nothingburger? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments.

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  1. When the business doesn’t have a thirst and drive for excellence. Excellence is hard. Good enough is a failure mindset. Losing the desire to be better today than yesterday.

    Thinking doing more of what you do will carry you forward.

    • Excellent, Al. Great insights!

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