Commitment-based Project Delivery: Effective New Strategies for Building Team Cohesion

By Robert Lewis Bostwick FAIA posted 11-02-2016 11:58

  

On Thursday, November 3rd, I will be giving a presentation with my partner, Pam Neckar, at the Texas Society of Architects' convention in San Antonio. We will illustrate processes and techniques that architects can use to build a cohesive, commitment-based team, measure its performance, and motivate it to succeed. (See below.)

As part of our continued research on effective methods and tools for building high-performing project teams, I would welcome any thoughts and experiences from members of the Knowledge Community on the topic of effective team integration. As we continue to develop this topic of architect-led team development, I would appreciate any references to articles or other resources that would add to future presentations.

CONVERGENCE | TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS’ 77TH ANNUAL CONVENTION AND DESIGN EXPO

Commitment-based Project Delivery: Effective New Strategies for Building Team Cohesion

Thursday, November 3, 2016 | 1:00-2:30 PM | 1.5 LUHs

To improve outcomes, first start by designing team performance into the project delivery process. This session will focus on whole-team strategies that foster group integration and maximize critical success factors such as cost, quality, and schedule. Four strategies will be presented and discussed in detail:

  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Team Development
  • Lean Pre-Construction
  • Design Assist

 



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