Learn how you can do Building Information Modeling (BIM) implementations in ways that are more effective and relevant to your (current) business needs. Most of today’s BIM implementations focus on replacing the current software and processes. Although this is usually a good start, how can you plan your future steps on the BIM ladder? What can you change and what is given? What is the relation between the various items? How are items affecting your business drivers? NOTE: Influence mapping is a technique that started in the oil industry to determine all the factors for a successful exploitation of an oil field. By using only the basics of this technique on BIM implementations, you can increase your success significantly.
- Discover and get basic process models to apply
- Discover influence mapping (as a visual tool)
- Discover solution mapping
- Discover how it can be used as a communicative tool
Edgar is a technical visionary on how to use BIM. His experience within the AEC is widely varied. That is why for last 7 years (of his 19 year career) he has spent a great deal of time and effort, looking for a way to integrate steps within supply chain of a buildings lifecycle. As a manager he has always had a hands-on approach. That is why he can use fairly all products from Autodesk at an intermediate level, and its competitors that focus on AEC. He likes to challenge the status quo and enjoys stimulating others in realizing their dreams.