Industry conditions are such that most Architecture, Engineering and Construction firms are unable or unwilling to be as open, transparent and collaborative as they could be. This not only limits the potential of the project, but causes unneeded conflict that can drive up the cost and time needed to complete the work.
On December 1st, The Construction Institute will be taking on this challenge in a new kind of workshop called industryREdesign™. In this workshop, attendees will generate ideas that can be applied individually and collectively to change the bias of the industry from defensive to collaborative.
What is IndustryREdesign?
industryREdesign is a new type of programming offered by the Construction Institute created with the idea that if we want to change the industry, change needs to be generated by professionals of every age and every discipline within our industry. industryREdesign will take the form of a series of interactive workshops designed to draw out and convert inspiring ideas into pragmatic actions everyone can apply to their own professional practice and within their own firms. Each industryREdesign workshop will focus on one distinct challenge to start an ongoing effort to apply, measure and share the impact of ideas generated for each challenge.
IndustryREdesign was the brainchild of a group of Construction Institute members who wanted to do something that inspired provocative conversation and meaningful action. The first workshop will be facilitated by Brent Robertson of Fathom and Kaitlyn Dobberfuhl of Gilbane and will be highly interactive. To capture the insights from the event, a video crew has been hired and a white-paper will be published.
This event is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors:
For more information about the event, click here.
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