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Create the Future imagines a more comprehensive and team based approach to doing projects. It proposes a more iterative, feedback loop system that involves all members of a team throughout the ...

Create the Future imagines a more comprehensive and team based approach to doing projects. It proposes a more iterative, feedback loop system that involves all members of a team throughout the process.

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    • Create the Future We believe it is time to shift our focus from “Rules of Engagement” to “A Covenant of Stewardship.”
    • By Making Changes
    • Revolutionize
    • Vision
      • Position ourselves in those industries in which we can be best in class.
      • Maintain a commitment to entrepreneurial ventures through R&D.
      • Support passion and excitement in every employee.
    • We embrace this goal Reduce project delivery time by as much as 50% and perhaps achieve equivalent reductions in project costs.
    • Where are the costs? EVERYWHERE.
    • What affects the costs?
      • Fundamental factors
      • Function: “My basic need”
      • Envelop: “Keeping the rain out”
      • Money: “Baseline costs”
      • Schedule: “When can it be done?”
    • What affects the costs?
      • Subjective factors
      • Function
        • Program, planning
      • Envelop
        • Design, image, materials
      • Money
        • Changes, mistakes
      • Schedule
    • Where is the waste?
      • Within each process
      • Lack of shared clear definition
      • Continued fragmentation
      • Within the handoffs
      • Lack of empathy among parties
      • Lack of common language (communications, attitudes, translation, agendas)
    • Present: Thinking and acting separately Action 1 Handoff Action 2
    • Present: Thinking and acting separately Needs Design Construction Owner Contractor A/E Team Owner Occupancy
    • Cost Benefit of Decision Timing
    • Cost of Making Changes
    • The result?
    • Future: Thinking and acting together
      • Major decisions made collectively at the beginning.
      • Concurrent thinking at all times.
      • Coordinated actions based on a common language.
      • Work product upstream affected by needs downstream.
    • Future: Concurrent thinking Owner Architect Engineers Subs Manufacturers Occupant Contractor Major decisions reached by concurrent thinking during the Definition Phase of the project =
    • Future: the Definition Phase
      • Define Intent
        • What is the problem?
        • What’s required to solve the problem?
        • What are the appropriate solutions?
        • What are the goals?
      • Define Parameters
        • Programmatic
        • Operational
        • Building Performance
        • Image
        • Communication protocols
    • Future: Coordinated Actions Major decisions reached by concurrent thinking Needs Design Engineering Suppliers Construction
    • Future: Common Language Needs Design Engineering Coordinated instructions Required information Suppliers Construction
    • The Future Needs Design Engineering Coordinated instructions Required information Suppliers Construction
    • The Future: Clear, Concurrent, Coordinated & Common Needs Design Engineering Coordinated instructions Required information Suppliers Construction
    • Oh, Happy Days!
    • Implementation
      • Establish A/E and C alliance
      • Assemble joint prototype team
      • Identify building sector
      • Create models and measures
      • Find best candidate client
      • Establish three-way alliance
    • Implementation
      • Define 3 sequential projects
      • Apply model to Project 1
      • Review/test/evaluate/revise
      • Apply revised model to Project 2
      • Review/test/evaluate/revise
      • Apply revised model to Project 3
    • Which industries?
      • Pharmaceuticals
      • Hi-Tech R&D and Manufacturing
      • Telecommunications
      • Schools
      • Laboratories
      “ Position ourselves in those industries in which we can be best in class.”
    • Where do we find the 50%?
      • Uneducated owners.
      • Polarized participants.
      • No clarity, buy-in or leveraged knowledge from the start.
      • Fragmented process; hand-offs rather than linkages.
      • Lack of empathy.
      • Redundant work.
      • Attitude
      “ Reduce project delivery time by 50%.”
    • How do we attack the “50%”?
      • Educate the Owner
      • Collectively make all major decisions up front; develop immersive imaging tools and real time relational databases.
      • Develop information flow linkages and common language.
      • Structure upstream work-product on the basis of downstream needs.
      • Cross-hire senior staff
      “ Reduce project delivery time by 50%.”
    • How do we attack the 50%?
      • Collectively make all major decisions up front; develop immersive imaging tools and real time relational databases.
      • Develop information flow linkages and common language.
      • Structure upstream work-product on the basis of downstream needs.
      “ Reduce project delivery time by 50%.”
    • A New Delivery Venture Customer Beck A/E/P A LONG TERM RELATIONSHIP Concurrent, Coordinated and Common
    • Life is Beautiful!!