program: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: A Totally Transparent Project

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Program Details:
Date: Tuesday, September 8
Time: 1 Hour Program
Units: 1 AIA LU
Program Fee:
- AIA Member Price: $25
- Non-AIA Member Price: $35
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Using Social Media to Improve Project Communication

The Mosaic Centre is a groundbreaking project. The first Living Building in Alberta, Edmonton's first LEED® Platinum project, and the first commercial net-zero building in Alberta, it is a story that needs to be told. To help tell the story of this project, the Mosaic Centre has leveraged social media to reach an unprecedented audience. Not just the architect is telling this story; the project experience is being blogged about by contractors, the building owner, future occupants and the design team. All of these stakeholders are encouraged to be honest about their experience with the project, with the goal of transparency and open source knowledge about the project. The Mosaic Centre is raising the bar on how storytelling can be implemented to share design excellence.

 

Speakers

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Name:

Dennis Cuku

Name:
Dennis Cuku
Job Title:
Co-Founder
The Company:
Mosaic Family of Companies
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: A Totally Transparent Project

Dennis CukuDennis Cuku is co-founder of the Mosaic Family of Companies; a knowledge-worker collective designed to effect positive social change through business. As a visionary entrepreneur, he operates on the manifesto that Normal is Broken and that capitalism need not come at the expense of human values, environmental sustainability or personal happiness. He is an animated and stimulating communicator with a zeal for fun, awesome and abolishment of status quo. Dennis is a Mechanical Engineer and is acting President of Oil Country Engineering. Paradoxically, his passion lies in the arena of sustainable building design and green building innovation.

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What You will Learn

  • Discover why is it important to expose your ideas and become vulnerable in front of your team members.
  • Identify what 'legacy' means to you. How would you like to feel about your own work 30 years from now?
  • In the era of information and the world of the digital; uncover why our working process needs to adapt in order to be contemporary.
  • Examine the regrets and perks of (public) on-line communication.

Program Schedule

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 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
 Q&A 12:50 PM 1:50 PM 2:50 PM 3:50 PM
 Adjourn 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM
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