Digital strategies require all stakeholders (professionals and students) to be skilled and proficient in BIM leadership. This balances the company’s investment in its people, boosting the commercial gains afforded by the digital construction sector. Although there is a lot of overlap in the skills required by the different professional disciplines and contractors. Over the next 28 weeks we will drip feeding the 28 Rules of engagement that are designed to help working professionals deal with everyday challenges faced within our Digital Built Environment.
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