Mapping Workflows is like BIM. Everyone talks about it and agrees we should adopt it, but does nothing about it. We need to change our thinking. Learn how to effectively evaluate your workflows to continuously improve efficiencies and maximize the value of your Autodesk, Inc., technology utilizing the PRAXIS platform. This roundtable will discuss how to identify repetition, bottlenecks, industry best practices, and inefficiencies in your workflows. If you are managing a large team and having difficulty getting mired down in detail and not having time to get to tactical and strategic tasks, this is the roundtable for you. This is a unique opportunity to share your insights and industry experience with each other and learn how mapping of workflows can help identify measurable improvements utilizing Autodesk technology. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a workflow assessment and show how it might be documented/refined using the PRAXIS workflow platform.
BIM Managers, Project Managers, Service Line Leaders & Construction Managers
Rodney Page has over 30 years of architecture, engineering, and construction industry experience working for large consulting and manufacturing firms in various capacities, including building designer, drafting manager, and product designer. He is currently designated senior premium support specialist for Autodesk enterprise priority accounts SMEC Holdings and GHD Services. Page is based in Sydney, Australia.
Douglas G. Look is business solution architect for the Autodesk Knowledge Network, and currently leads strategic planning, research, and design efforts to discover and create ways to help customers optimize their productivity through the acquisition, creation, and sharing of knowledge. Prior to joining Autodesk, Inc., Look received his Master of Design Methods degree from the IIT Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and he also worked for Doblin/Monitor Group. He holds architectural degrees from University of California, Berkeley, and Cornell University, and he has also practiced as a licensed professional architect.
AU Las Vegas
General Architecture. Engineering and Construction