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Seminar Streams:

  • Building Performance
  • Culture & Community
  • Green
  • Health & Wellness
  • Innovation & Technology
  • Leadership & Business Improvement  

WEDNESDAY WORKSHOPS


Wednesday, November 7 • 9:00am–12:00pm • EB $100/REG $125 • Mustang

W02 – Workshop: Integrated Project Delivery – An Action Guide for Leaders

[Leadership & Business Improvement]

[ BOMI 3.0 CPDs • 3.0 AAA Structured LH ]

Published in June of this year, Integrated Project Delivery: An Action Guide for Leaders provides owners and other project leaders with how-to knowledge—not advice or a sales tool—on how to do Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). This instruction guide helps leaders determine whether IPD is right for their project and the steps needed to make IPD a reality and a success.

Currently, there are several documents, such as the AIA IPD Guide of 2007, that describe IPD. But for an owner, or other stakeholder leader, there was until now no simple document that answered the question, "Ok, I know I want to try IPD. What do I do next?” The Action Guide answers that question and assists participants in getting over the inertia of the first step, filling a gap in available IPD knowledge and tools and complementing current IPD content.

The workshop will provide an overview of the Guide, address Validation, Culture, Financial issues, What Goes Wrong, and How to Get Started, in a combination of presentation, discussion, and interactive activities. The workshop will be facilitated by a multi-disciplinary team including owner, architect, and constructor.

Learning objectives:

After this workshop, attendees should be able to:

  • Create a strategy for tangible next steps to implement Lean IPD in their projects
  • Describe the goals and processes in a typical IPD validation process and tailor them for their projects
  • Explain how financial tracking and projections work in Lean IPD projects
  • Anticipate what might go wrong in a Lean IPD project and what to do about it
  • Compare and contrast the cultural expectations of Lean IPD compared to traditional projects

Markku Allison

Jennifer Hancock

Speakers:
Markku Allison, VP Strategy + Innovation, Chandos Construction, President, Integrated Project Delivery Alliance
Jennifer Hancock, Director Innovative Construction, Chandos Construction

Markku is a sought-after public speaker, an early proponent of the green/lean/ipd+bim movement and a pioneer in the field of design work planning.

Markku has over 25 years experience both as an award-winning designer and as a thought-leader on transformative issues in the design and construction industry. During his time with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Markku was instrumental in developing AIA’s “Integrated Project Delivery: A Guide,” the AIA “50to50” (50 strategies to 50% carbon reduction), as well as a range of other influential industry resources and white papers.

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THURSDAY WORKSHOPS


Thursday, November 8 • 8:30am-12:00pm • EB $100/REG $125 • Mustang

T02 – Workshop: PM150: Advanced Risk Assessment & Management for Construction and Real Estate Professionals Part 1

[Leadership & Business Improvement, Culture & Community]

[ BOMI 3.0 CPDs • PMI 3 PDU Credits • 3.5 AAA Structured LHs • 3.5 General Hours IDCEC Approved ]

Industry defines a successful project as receiving the expected function on the original date and at the price originally committed. When surveyed, most executives, state that what they receive in terms of a project delivery satisfies those requirements only about 25% of the time. Advanced Risk Management is a course which addresses the present state of risk management and presents up to date industry best practices. This course uses a simulation case-study.

At course conclusion, participants will feel comfortable leading risk management evaluations for their projects. They will also have the knowledge and experience to lead their team in building a customized risk model. Dr. Bud Lush will present each sub-process in depth. participants will then be given the opportunity to directly apply the knowledge by completing individual exercises, in addition to a case study in a team setting. This provides a practical approach to explore proven strategies while reinforcing the importance of risk management in a project management environment.

Workshop Outline:

Introduction

  • Definition of Risk and its impact on a the strategic, operational and project goals of business
  • Risk Planning: Creating an analysis model
  • Review of Risk Assessment, probability concepts with exercises
  • Risk Identification Methodologies
  • Risk Identification Individual Exercises and Team Case Study

Evaluation and Assessment

  • Risk Evaluation and Planning
  • Risk Qualification Analysis Techniques
  • Risk Quantification Analysis Techniques
  • Individual Exercises and Team Case Study

*This is a standalone course, in addition to part 1 of a part 2 workshop. Part 2 is offered in the afternoon and must be registered for separately. Please refer to T16 for the continued agenda.

Dr. Bud MacAulay Lush

Speaker:
Dr. Bud MacAulay Lush, MSc, PhD, MCSE, CSM, FRCPM, Chairman & Chief Technical Officer, Atocrates
Project Sciences 

Bud is a highly informative and entertaining international speaker with over 30 years of management and technical consulting, mentoring, teaching and coaching focused on Leadership & Change, Strategy Execution, Creativity & Innovation, Project Management, Requirements Engineering & Management, and Team Development.

Its Bud’s goal to inspire and equip individuals, teams and corporations to provide the most worthwhile experience to everyone they serve.

Bud is regularly ranked one of the best and most engaging speakers in the field of Project Management, receiving high praise from past workshop and conference attendees.


Thursday, November 8 • 1:00pm–4:30pm • EB $100/REG $125 • Mustang

T16 – Workshop: PM250: Advanced Risk Assessment & Management for Construction and Real Estate Professionals Part 2

[Leadership & Business Improvement, Culture & Community]

[ BOMI 3.0 CPDs • PMI 3 PDU Credits • 3.5 AAA Structured LHs • 3.5 General Hours IDCEC Approved ]

Industry defines a successful project as receiving the expected function on the original date and at the price originally committed. When surveyed, most executives, state that what they receive in terms of a project delivery satisfies those requirements only about 25% of the time. Advanced Risk Management is a course which addresses the present state of risk management and presents up to date industry best practices. This course uses a simulation case-study.

At course conclusion, participants will feel comfortable leading risk management evaluations for their projects. They will also have the knowledge and experience to lead their team in building a customized risk model. Dr. Bud Lush will present each sub-process in depth. participants will then be given the opportunity to directly apply the knowledge by completing individual exercises, in addition to a case study in a team setting. This provides a practical approach to explore proven strategies while reinforcing the importance of risk management in a project management environment.

Workshop Outline:

Measurement

  • Risk Measurement vs Risk Management
  • Systemic vs. Idiosyncratic Risk
  • “Risk” vs. “Uncertainty” or “Ambiguity.”
  • The Curse of Overconfidence and Luck
  • Methods for Estimating Volatility and Value at Risk (VaR)
  • Uses and Limitations of Quantitative Techniques

Management

  • Risk Response Planning and Analysis
  • Opportunity side of risk
  • Categorization and analysis
  • Risk Response Planning
  • Risk Reporting
  • Individual Exercises and Team Case Study

*This is a standalone course, in addition to part 2 of a two-part workshop. Part 1 is offered in the morning and must be registered for separately. Please refer to T02 for the morning agenda.

Dr. Bud MacAulay Lush

Speaker:
Dr. Bud MacAulay Lush, MSc, PhD, MCSE, CSM, FRCPM, Chairman & Chief Technical Officer, Atocrates
Project Sciences 

Bud is a highly informative and entertaining international speaker with over 30 years of management and technical consulting, mentoring, teaching and coaching focused on Leadership & Change, Strategy Execution, Creativity & Innovation, Project Management, Requirements Engineering & Management, and Team Development.

Its Bud’s goal to inspire and equip individuals, teams and corporations to provide the most worthwhile experience to everyone they serve.

Bud is regularly ranked one of the best and most engaging speakers in the field of Project Management, receiving high praise from past workshop and conference attendees.