The Built Environment Collaboration and Integration group at University of Westminster invites you to to find out what makes a successful BIM team.
It is increasingly recognised that for this new technology to realise its full potential requires a shift in the behavioural dynamics within a project team.This presentation picks up insights from the field of team performance, group psychology and team coaching to provide some practical ideas to setting up and managing teams to improve their chances of success.
Speaker: Tony Llewelyn
Tony Llewellyn has been working as a consultant in the construction industry for over 35 years. As a partner in Davis Langdon, he was responsible for the development of the firms specialist services teams. For the last four years he has been focusing on the factors that enable behavioural change, the particular interest in how construction teams might overcome their tendency to default to a dysfunctional state. He is currently writing a book titled 'performance coaching on complex projects’ which is due to be published later this year.
This will be followed by a networking reception.
The Built Environment Collaboration and Integration group is made up of academic staff from the University of Westminster focused on enabling change and development by engaging with industry and fellow academic institutions; specifically around promoting collaboration, integration and innovation in built environment education and practice.