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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn to identify meaningful initiatives that influence company revenue
  • Learn how to develop and champion enterprise technology innovation initiatives
  • Understand the critical variables that help to better ensure successful execution
  • Understand the change management framework and methodology

Description

Description

You may be great at chopping down trees, but it's important to be in the right forest. This course will help you change champion technology innovation initiatives across the enterprise, attain recognition, and get promoted. Knowing which battles are meaningful to win because they benefit the company will help you gain or lose influence. This course will help you to gain executive sponsorship and identify and charter 3D CAD. You will also discover Building Information Modeling (BIM) and virtual design and construction (VDC) initiatives that make your company money, establish the business case for the change, develop success measurements for the change, establish which stakeholders can help drive the change, as well as identify both the parties who will own the change and success measures that will gain high-level commitment to win and succeed.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Owners / Principles, CIO/CTO, CAD & BIM Managers, Emerging Business Leaders

Speakers

Speakers

Jeremiah Bowles

Jeremiah Bowles is a customer success manager for Autodesk, Inc., in the company's Global Services. He previously directed process and technology for a global engineering, procurement, and construction firm, and he has served in other capacities as a project manager and design technologist, including as a Building Information Modeling (BIM) / CAD manager and specialist, a designer/drafter, and an adjunct professor. His diverse portfolio of experience in architecture, engineering, and construction has provided value for over 22 years. He has authored many magazine articles and contributed to many industry publications, and he is involved in creating academic curriculum used in construction and engineering specialization industries globally. As an early BIM adopter and innovator, he is always looking beyond the technology utilization norms and he focuses on value delivery to his clients. His academic background is in architecture and engineering. He has a BA in business management and he is currently attaining a master's degree in project management with an emphasis in construction management and lean principles.

Lance Kirby

Lance Kirby, Autodesk, Inc. Senior Business Consultant. Architect with Rosser International and Perkins+Will. Projects in justice, commercial, education, sports, aviation and healthcare. Joined Revit Technologies in 2000, Autodesk in 2002. Helped develop Revit. Trained and mentored thousands of architects and engineers in the use of BIM. Worked with companies and owners such as AECOM, ADD Inc., Balfour Beatty, Ballinger, Brown and Caldwell, Cannon Design, CDM Smith, Dar, DLR, Ellerbe Becket, exp, Friedmutter, Gensler, Gilbane, GSA, HOK, HKS, Jacobs, Kling Stubbins, Marriott, MWH, NBBJ, Perkins+Will, RTKL, Skanska, SNC-Lavalin, SOM, URS, USACE, VA, and the Zeidler Partnership. B. Arch from Mississippi State U. & the Technical U. of Budapest.

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Published

  • 2014
  • BM6475
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • None

Industries

  • Architecture
  • Construction and Utilities

Topics

  • Business Management