When: Thursday, August 31st, 2017
6:00-6:15 p.m. (Eat & Mingle)
6:15-7:15 p.m. (Presentation)
Where: KCKCC Technical Education Center
6565 State Ave, Kansas City, KS 66102
CAD Lab, Room P106
Topic: Not all technology innovation is Good: Drive tangible results with BIM Technology
Learn how to champion technology innovation across a design and construction enterprise. Learn how to identify and execute significant technology initiatives that drive tangible business improvement. Understand which battles are worth winning and what will create a significant impact is an important consideration when planning an initiative. This workshop will teach a few techniques on developing technology initiatives that really matter and essentially get you recognition and an outline of the value you add to the organization. Learn how to move BIM beyond buzz words and earn the credibility to do new and innovative technology Initiatives. Nothing speaks to a promotion or getting a technology budget than; delivering tangible results.
- Learn Facilitation techniques to organize teams around innovation projects
- Understand how to prioritize and establish near term as well as long term success.
- Understand the fundamentals of chartering an technology Initiative?
Watch Short Video: Not All Change is Good: Recognizing When and How to Champion Technology Innovation
Note: This workshop is a sample of 1-2 day workshop to develop technology initiatives that matter.
About the Speaker:
Jeremiah is a seasoned innovation strategist and technology leader. At Autodesk he led two technology innovation teams within the Major accounts programs for two global engineering & EPC firms. He’s previously been a BIM Manager, IT Project Manager, Project Architect, and BIM Coordinator and still loves to get into the weeds of design technology. 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. Jeremiah is finishing his Masters of Engineering in Project Management at University of Kansas this fall.
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