COLLABORATIVE DECISION MAKING for AEC Project Management

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Collaborative Decision Making
for AEC Project Management

Build Consensus, Save Time & Money,
Make Better Decisions

Design and Construction Management is all about making decisions. Yet AEC project teams often struggle to formulate, execute, and communicate good decisions. Learn how to help facilitate better decisions faster from a design process and decision-making expert with direct personal experience in design and construction project management.

Join this LearnVirtual program and learn how to build an integrated decision process model that:

  • Connects the important participants in a decision
  • Collects and defines multidisciplinary objectives
  • Weighs the importance of objectives and participants
  • Collects and communicates the options
  • Synthesizes multidisciplinary analyses
  • Calculates and communicates value to different participants
  • Reuses and automates the production and communication of
    decision rationale

Speaker

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Name:

John Haymaker,

Name:
John Haymaker,
Job Title:
AIA, PhD, LEED ap, CEO
The Company:
Design Process Innovation
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Topic:

Collaborative Decision Models

 

John Haymaker AIA, PhD, LEED ap is a licensed architect with 20 years of experience as a designer, builder, and researcher. John earned bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture (Universities of Michigan and Illinois), a master's in design computation (MIT), and a PhD in civil engineering (Stanford University).

Before founding DPI, John was a professor at Stanford University where he taught and led a multidisciplinary team of architectural, structural, mechanical, construction, and management and computer science researchers. John has worked on many project types including residential, commercial, government, institutional, high-rise, healthcare, high-speed rail, urban development, and civil infrastructure.

Learn more about John at www.designprocessinnovation.com

About the Speaker:

Our peer-reviewed papers describe how major building and infrastructure projects have systematic deficiencies in design process. Leading Architecture, Engineering, and Construction teams, constrained by budget, process, and tool limitations, regularly under-define requirements, generate very few alternatives, perform limited analyses, and make suboptimal decisions. To address what we see as a critical need to improve design processes, DPI has created an integrated platform of Services and Tools to help organizations with process modeling, stakeholder engagement, requirements engineering, parametric modeling, energy, daylight, structural, cost, and life cycle assessment analysis, multidisciplinary optimization, and collaborative decision-making. DPI can help you implement these solutions into effective and practical processes that improve project performance and value by orders of magnitude.

John Haymaker AIA, PhD, LEED ap is a licensed architect with 20 years of experience as a designer, builder, and researcher. John earned bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture (Universities of Michigan and Illinois), a master's in design computation (MIT), and a PhD in civil engineering (Stanford University). Before founding DPI, John was a professor at Stanford University where he taught and led a multidisciplinary team of architectural, structural, mechanical, construction, and management and computer science researchers. John has worked on many project types including residential, commercial, government, institutional, high-rise, healthcare, high-speed rail, urban development, and civil infrastructure.



Tools to Improve Project Decisions

John's company, DPI, has created an integrated platform of services and tools to help organizations with process modeling, stakeholder engagement, requirements engineering, parametric modeling, energy, daylight, structural, cost, and life cycle assessment analysis, multidisciplinary optimization, and collaborative decision-making.

We invite you to learn how to create a collaborative decision process for your office and project teams.

Event Schedule

DESIGN [realized] offers building professionals the opportunity to participate in LIVE educational events taking place simultaneously in several cities across the US. Presentations by leading industry experts, given to a LIVE audience in the home city, are webcast to LIVE groups in other host venues.

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Mountain Central Eastern
 Welcome / Introductions 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM
 Presentation 12:05 PM 1:05 PM 2:05 PM 3:05 PM
 Local Discussions 12:45 PM 1:45 PM 2:45 PM 3:45 PM
 Presentation 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM
 Q&A 1:45 PM 2:45 PM 3:45 PM 4:45 PM
 Adjourn 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM
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Host an Event as a Local Venue

Our DESIGN [realized] Events take place in cities around the U.S by utilizing the latest techniques in online education.

We coordinate presentations from leading industry experts webcasts to groups of participants in local offices and venues anound the nation. By participating in one of our events, you will:

  • Learn how other building professionals from around the country approach a project 
  • Get new ideas for incorporating building processes and technology into your work
  • Share building methods and techniques that are applicable locally with other group participants
  • Hear interactive Q&A discussions among presenters and participants around the U.S.

Group Discounts

Inspire new thinking among your teams by exploring the ins and outs of how leading industry professionals achieve significant project goals. By participating in the program as a group, you will have time to share ideas amongst yourselves and the opportunity to interact with our speakers.

Contact Us for More Details

800-522-0554

designrealized@learnvirtual.com

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