“Anyone building a building now has to be thinking ahead on how that building can respond to a variety of situations instantaneously so they don’t get caught flat-footed.”
We’re all familiar with smartphones — but what about smart buildings? Think of a dynamic space that reacts to what its occupants need, from air filtration to automatic elevators to recognizing people when they walk through the front door. Phil Clement, Global Chief Marketing Officer for Johnson Controls International (JCI), explains how JCI uses ‘digital Lego blocks’ and digital twinning to create sustainable buildings that help enhance health and wellbeing, why a digital-first mindset is especially important to companies with long histories, and how repetition can help organizations scale up their offerings to customers.
Phil is the global chief marketing officer for Johnson Controls International (JCI), which is a global provider of fire, safety and HVAC equipment for buildings. In his role at JCI, Phil leads the company’s global marketing team which is responsible for the organization’s strategy, research and planning as well as its marketing activities. Prior to joining JCI, Phil served as the global chief marketing and communication officer for AON, where he developed the company’s global CRM systems, common sales processes and unified brand. Prior to AON, Phil worked in the management consulting firm he founded, which specialized in developing growth strategies.