These 28 BIM rules of engagement are absolutely essential skill sets, because
when you are a leader, difficult conversations is one of the things you
have to have. We call you digital leaders, not because you have rank of a
Manager, we call you leaders, not because you are at the expert in the
of technology only , we call you a BIM Manager, not because you went on a
Revit course, we called you a leader because you have the courage and
grit to lead, we call you digital leaders because you went first and
challenged the technical constraints . First to take the risk; first
to trust. We should all give a leader trust without expecting trust
back, that’s called leadership.
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About this programme
BIM rules of engagement is a 28 week programme that we have developed to help students as well as professionals within our industry deal with leadership and softskills . We call these BIM rules of Engagement. One of the biggest challenges that we face as an industry is that we are ill-equipped with the leadership skills required for digital transformation within our built environment.And what I mean by that is that every time I visit social media platforms and engagement with various young professionals much of their relationship with industry technology exists online, almost to their communication skills exist over text posts or email message, that is where a young generation thrive , who, unfortunately, who have the digital skills but literally aren't learning the skills of how to talk to people or for that matter provide leadership . Leaders today need to have the ability to form deep meaningful relationships, the ability to have difficult conversations. Too many of our young generation these days, just think its all about being tech savvy if they wanna move on or find anothera better challenged project environment, they just ghost us and leave a project team or company in a state of vapour. They could have been working on a design or managing a whole project section, I'm not talking about the first project, if it doesn't work out we find a recruitment agency and fill that position .
This interactive ebook with engaging video
contentand discussions with 28 experts, takes a look at the entire AEC supply chain and how it becomes each and everyone
move to transform to BIM.
There are so many industry players out there with great ideas. We are all striving to bring improvement to an Industry going through its hardest challenges to date, yet we also stand on a abyss of opportunity to benefit from the steep learning curve of other transforming countries.
The power that comes from all industry players, that we unite from all parts of this country, that we come from all races, we come from all professional backgrounds and gender, the power of that diversity comes together and makes us that much more powerful as an industry. From there on we together become enthusiastic and build on lessons learned
Who is this programme for?
This programme is a must for any learner or professional within the industry who is
looking for a challenging career within the built environment and is looking for answer to some of the challenging questions raised with out developing built environment. The views in this series are expressed by the author and the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of other industry stakeholders. Neither the author or speakers can accept any liability in respect of any use to which or any information or views expressed in it may be put, weather arising through negligence or otherwise. .