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Susan Brattberg

BM10714: The Future of Workflows: Cloud-Based Tools to Optimize Your Workflow

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to identify and understand the value of workflows and the functionality of cloud-based workflows
  • Learn how to develop a comprehensive BIM training development plan
  • Learn how to capture and share specialized corporate knowledge
  • Learn how to implement and publish using The Generator custom eTraining development tool

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

In this interactive session, we will discuss how workflows are evolving with the cloud. We will discuss the difference between workflows that are procedural and those that mirror company processes. We will also discuss how training workflows can become job resource tools and vice versa. This interactive session will explore your custom training options and demonstrate how modern technology provides the opportunity to have the best of all worlds—the unique corporate knowledge of your own subject matter experts and lower cost than that involved in retaining a traditional training firm or funding in-house trainers. This session will show attendees how to improve both training development and effectiveness with just-in-time knowledge capture, course development, and learning options. This enables high-billable-rate professionals (both subject matter experts and their staff) to be project-ready on demand. And that all makes your company more competitive in future project bids.

Target Audience

Target Audience

BIM managers, training managers, project managers, BIM professionals and experts.

Speakers

Speakers

Susan Brattberg

Susan Brattberg is CEO and co-founder of Global eTraining. She is a member of the Canada BIM Council board of directors, an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Alberta Women Entrepreneurs Finalist (alongside Holly Brattberg), and the Business in Calgary Award winner. With a decade of expertise in implementing innovative training programs for organizations of all sizes and industries, her training advice is trusted by top executives at major global corporations, universities, and government agencies. A seasoned speaker, Susan has presented at Autodesk, Inc.’s, Autodesk University, One Team Conference, and Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) Summit events, as well as BIM Show Live, ENR FutureTech, BIM Forum, and American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). She works closely with clients on training and recruiting, creating customized programs, administering awareness-raising sessions for key staff members, and ensuring that courses run smoothly and effectively. Susan holds an executive MBA and a BA in management and sociology with a specialization in organizational dynamics.

Shawna Snukst

Shawna Snukst is the vice president of operations at Global eTraining and a distinguished expert in hyper-growth and change management. She has formed world-class teams, created important marketing strategies, and brought order to corporate chaos, all while helping companies grow exponentially. Shawna comes to the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry with a background of over 20 years’ experience working with an international array of hyper-growth businesses and an MBA from the University of Chicago. How do we revolutionize an industry? How does a company create and manage logarithmic growth patterns? What enables some companies to change with lightning speed while others of the same size barely slough forward? What gets buyers to take note and engage with a company? How do you attract world-class talent? These are the questions that keep Shawna up at night and form the basis for her life’s work. This body of work provides a unique perspective to the challenges that AEC industry teams face.

Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • BM10714
  • AU Las Vegas

Industry

  • Process Manufacturing

Topics

  • BIM (Building Information Modeling)
  • Business Management