Posts Tagged ‘Project Management’

University of Adelaide Learn the principles of project management and apply them in your own work and life. Project management is an essential skill-set for many careers and in many contexts in our lives. Introduction to Project Management is an ideal starting point if you need to manage projects at work or at home, while […]


This series of webinars present data driven automation from three perspectives. The SEPS2BIM process is a major step forward for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Defense Health Agency (DHA) in leveraging their valuable institutional knowledge. The next exciting step is for other organizations to adapt this powerful, flexible process for their […]


by Erika Pärn, David Edwards y otros There is a paucity of literature that examines building information modelling (BIM) for asset management within the architecture, engineering, construction and owner-operated (AECO) sector. This paper therefore presents a thorough review of published literature on the latest research and standards development that impact upon BIM and its application […]


by Durward K. Sobek II, Allen C. Ward and Jeffrey K. Liker Toyota Motor Corporation is an industry leader in product development lead time while using fewer engineers than its U.S. competitors. It has also shown remarkable consistency in market share growth and profit per vehicle, which led to cash reserves of $21 billion, exceeding those […]


by DeAnne Aguirre and Micah Alpern Since the mid-2000s, organizational change management and transformation have become permanent features of the business landscape. Vast new markets and labor pools have opened up, innovative technologies have put once-powerful business models on the chopping block, and capital flows and investor demand have become less predictable. To meet these challenges, firms have […]


Developing a Decision Profile As you ponder which tools are appropriate for a given context, you need to ask yourself two funda- mental questions: Do I know what it will take to succeed? You need to know whether you have a causal model— that is, a strong understanding of what critical success factors and economic […]


Everyone produces a long data trail as part of their work. Emails, calendar appointments, building information models (BIMs), meeting minutes, and issue trackers. While we use this data in the moment, we rarely take the time to look back and learn from the data we produce. Knowing the pulse of active projects as they relate to […]



When you’re trying to solve a problem, you have to understand it. To understand it, you have to start with why. The WHY is your firm culture. You can make a tool just a tool. You can do the same thing you used to do with ink and vellum in 2D software all the way […]


There are two aspects to be considered when thinking about the application of IoT in building design: one is the design of the building itself, and the second is the tools that are used for the design. Let’s look at the first question. If all buildings in the future will have a network of smart […]