Posts Tagged ‘Knowledge Management’

by Physics for architects WHY DO ARCHITECTS NEED PHYSICS? Students of most undergraduate architecture programs in the United States are required to take an introductory physics course. There are three good reasons for that requirement. First, architects have to understand the fundamentals of physics as they apply to processes taking place in buildings and in […]


by Dr. Bilal Succar | Change Agents + BIMexcellence.com Information Management in Construction The need for more responsive roles


Data literacy: Your data-driven advantage starts with your people  All too often, the narrative of what it takes to be ‘data-driven’ focuses on methods for collecting, synthesizing, and visualizing data. BIG DATA | MAY 24, 2017 | NATHAN MILLER Take a few minutes to think about the people you work with and how they approach […]