Collaborative Efforts Series

DATE March 7, 2019    
TIME 4:00PM - 7:00PM CST    
LOCATION Architecture and Design Exchange (AD EX)
325 N. Saint Paul St. Ste 150
Dallas, TX 75201 (map)
   

“Recent strategies such as Progressive Design Build and Integrated Project Delivery are rapidly evolving, and coupled with the relentless advancement of digital technologies, these delivery methods are transforming the traditional relationships among owners, architects, and builders. With a growing body of evidence linking strong team collaboration to greater project success, project teams are becoming increasingly integrated and more transparent.” Robert Bostwick, AIA Project Delivery

Collaborative Efforts is a four-part series to provide knowledge and skills for any architect working in collaboration with owners, architects, consultants, engineers, contractors and sub-contractors, and for those who manage architect collaborators. Architects can positively impact project success through advanced collaboration, communication and leadership skills.

What Does Collaboration Mean and Why Should You Care, February 7, 2019, 4-7p
Collaboration Tools & Tactics, March 7, 2019, 4-7pm
Project Management: Planning the Project, April 4, 2019, 4-7pm
Project Management: Executing the Project, May 2, 2019, 4-7pm

Learning Objectives

  1. Understanding how communication effectiveness is a key to project success
  2. The most basic differences in people impact how they think about problems (seeing through other’s eyes)
  3. How to embrace the dynamics and conditions for successful working relationships (synthesize competing demands)
  4. How to listen and to access effectiveness
  5. Being able to pose problems and opportunities in forms that will elicit and inspire a collaborative response; turn problem into opportunity for team to solve
  6. Personalize what is communicated & how

Credits:

3 AIA LU

 

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