Thinking about the BE365 System

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An overview of how we might think about developing NESEA's BE365 System

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  • Jamie,

    This is really great. Thanks for putting it together. I would love to see it (or some version of it that evolves from stakeholder input) turned into a tangible, reality-based 5-year implementation plan.

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Thinking about the BE365 System

  1. 1. thinking about theBUILDING ENERGY SYSTEM
  2. 2. To discover what we knowTo identify what we need to know To share it with each other
  3. 3. To discover what we knowTo identify what we need to know To share it with each other
  4. 4. To discover what we knowTo identify what we need to know To share it with each other
  5. 5. To discover what we knowTo identify what we need to know To share it with each other This is the “curricular purpose” of the Building Energy “system”
  6. 6. What does this system look like and how does it behave?
  7. 7. As professionals Who do we rely on? To know what we knowTo learn what we need to knowAnd to share it with each other
  8. 8. As professionals Who do we rely on To know what we know?To learn what we need to knowAnd to share it with each other
  9. 9. As professionals Who do we rely on To know what we knowTo learn what we need to know? And to share it with each other
  10. 10. As professionals Who do we rely on To know what we knowTo learn what we need to knowAnd to share it with each other?
  11. 11. Who makes up this web?
  12. 12. CONSULTANTS & PROGRAM MANAGERSConducting research to prove what works, providing training, managing programs, promoting market transformation, keeping the edge sharp
  13. 13. EDUCATION SERVICESProviding education and training for new and practicing professionals to build careers in fields that support sustainable practice
  14. 14. ONLINE EDUCATION ONLINE EDUCATIONProviding online courses and educational resources for new and practicing professionals building careers that support sustainable practice
  15. 15. MARKET TRANSFORMATIONRegional and National programs that aim to demonstrate potential, set measurable standards, and provide technical support and incentives
  16. 16. GOVERNMENT RESEARCHConducting technical research to support the advancement of techniques and technologies that advance sustainable practices
  17. 17. WEB RESOURCESOnline sources for technical information, reliable advice, trending issues, engaged dialogue, and personal perspectives on professional topics
  18. 18. PUBLICATIONS Periodicals that cover topics, trends, and technical advances inprofessional fields that practitioners rely on to advance their practice
  19. 19. REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONSRegional Associations of professionals in fields that advance sustainable practice and provide opportunities for members to meet and share
  20. 20. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONSOrganizations that support professional fields and advocate for practical systems to confront professional challenges
  21. 21. VENDORSCompanies that produce and distribute the technical products professionals rely on to successfully execute their projects
  22. 22. PRACTITIONERSCompanies providing services that implement sustainable practice and sharing that experience with their professional community
  23. 23. ACADEMIAEducational Institutions providing undergraduate and graduate education to emerging professionals in fields that support sustainable practice
  24. 24. ALLIED ORGANIZATIONSOrganizations with complimentary missions supporting professionals in common with NESEA and willing to share resources and support common purposes
  25. 25. What we know, need to know, and share with each other in each of our professional practices isdependent upon this diverse web of community resources
  26. 26. NESEA is unique in its ability to gather andconnect this community
  27. 27. NESEA members comefrom every segment of this community
  28. 28. GATHERING WHAT OUR COMMUNITY WANTS AND NEEDS TO KNOWFROM THIS COMMUNITY IS HOW WE PRODUCE CONTENT
  29. 29. GATHERING WHAT OUR COMMUNITY WANTS AND NEEDS TO KNOW FROM THIS COMMUNITYIS HOW WE WILL PRODUCE 365 CONTENT
  30. 30. Connect   Collect   Curate  CONTENT to fulfill BE365’s Curricular Purpose
  31. 31. To fulfill BE365’s Curricular Purposewe develop diverse distribution mediums FOUNDATION   BE13  Building  Energy  Conference  &  Planning  Process   EXTENSION   BEMS  Master  Series  (in  depth  online  courses)   BE+  Fundamentals  for  Everyone  (1  day  events)   BEx  Built  on  Experience  (1  day  events)   BE&  Beyond  the  Building  (1  day  events)   CONNECTION   BEOnline  Forums,  Profiles,  Project,  PorDolios,  Resources   BECoP  CommuniFes  of  PracFce  with  member  facilitators     BEOpenHouse  Member  Open  Houses  for  Pros   BESalon  Local  and  Regional  meetups  
  32. 32. Collect   Connect   Curate   And locate these experiences and events in a cohesive and easy to understand and access BE365  Annual  Cycle   BE365  Online  BE365  Master  Series   Forums,  Profiles,  Online  Learning   Projects,   Resources,   Libraries   BE365  BE365  Conference  The  Core  Experience   Content  &  ConnecHon  BE365  CoP’s     BE365  Events    Member  facilitated   Local  and  Regional  CommuniFes  of  PracFce   gatherings  planned  by   members  
  33. 33. What is necessary to support a coherentand accessible year round Building Energy experience for our community?
  34. 34. BE365 Events and Experiences require:①  Integration with the existing Building Energy planning process, values, and its leadership and support
  35. 35. BE365 Events and Experiences require:①  Integration with the existing Building Energy planning process, values, and its leadership and support②  Brand integrity and cross promotion between all Building Energy experiences
  36. 36. BE365 Events and Experiences require:①  Integration with the existing Building Energy planning process, values, and its leadership and support②  Brand integrity and cross promotion between all Building Energy experiences③  An identity campaign that links Building Energy events and experiences to membership and community
  37. 37. BE365 Events and Experiences require:①  Integration with the existing Building Energy planning process, values, and its leadership and support②  Brand integrity and cross promotion between all Building Energy experiences③  An identity campaign that links Building Energy events and experiences to membership and community④  Member profiles that users control to follow their activity and participation in Building Energy experiences
  38. 38. BE365 Events and Experiences require:①  Integration with the existing Building Energy planning process, values, and its leadership and support②  Brand integrity and cross promotion between all Building Energy experiences③  An identity campaign that links Building Energy events and experiences to membership and community④  Member profiles that users control to follow their activity and participation in Building Energy experiences⑤  A well supported leadership program that builds on staged roles and responsibilities based on performance and reliability
  39. 39. BE365 Events and Experiences require:①  Integration with the existing Building Energy planning process, values, and its leadership and support②  Brand integrity and cross promotion between all Building Energy experiences③  An identity campaign that links Building Energy events and experiences to membership and community④  Member profiles that users control to follow their activity and participation in Building Energy experiences⑤  A well supported leadership program that builds on staged roles and responsibilities based on performance and reliability⑥  Make clear that Building Energy is produced for members by members with staff support and active guidance
  40. 40. BE365 Benefits include:①  The opportunity to present more content than the constraints of the conference format allow
  41. 41. BE365 Benefits include:①  The opportunity to present more content than the constraints of the conference format allow②  The opportunity for more members to play active roles in planning and producing new BE365 experiences
  42. 42. BE365 Benefits include:①  The opportunity to present more content than the constraints of the conference format allow②  The opportunity for more members to play active roles in planning and producing new BE365 experiences③  The opportunity to construct a robust system of social scaffolding that offers members a spectrum of participation options at their level of readiness and commitment
  43. 43. BE365 Benefits include:①  The opportunity to present more content than the constraints of the conference format allow②  The opportunity for more members to play active roles in planning and producing new BE365 experiences③  The opportunity to construct a robust system of social scaffolding that offers members a spectrum of participation options at their level of readiness and commitment④  Presenting content in the medium best suited to its depth and audience
  44. 44. BE365 Benefits include:①  The opportunity to present more content than the constraints of the conference format allow②  The opportunity for more members to play active roles in planning and producing new BE365 experiences③  The opportunity to construct a robust system of social scaffolding that offers members a spectrum of participation options at their level of readiness and commitment④  Presenting content in the medium best suited to its depth and audience⑤  Repurposing content for diverse mediums
  45. 45. BE365 Benefits include:①  The opportunity to present more content than the constraints of the conference format allow②  The opportunity for more members to play active roles in planning and producing new BE365 experiences③  The opportunity to construct a robust system of social scaffolding that offers members a spectrum of participation options at their level of readiness and commitment④  Presenting content in the medium best suited to its depth and audience⑤  Repurposing content for diverse mediums⑥  Developing member identity thru diverse and recurrent BE365 experiences and a profile the develop and control
  46. 46. thinking about the BUILDING ENERGY SYSTEM And what is happening “beneath the surface” of eventsEVENT BUILDING ENERGY EXPERIENCESPattern Members from a diverse web of professional practices help each other discover what they need to know to support sustainable practiceArchetype Members seek information and guidance from the professional web and curate content for distribution thru a spectrum of mediumsMental Model Based on their commitment to advancing sustainable practice members depend on each other to grow and learnVision Together we can develop the awareness and skills to do the work that will allow us to strive to live sustainably
  47. 47. developing theBUILDING ENERGY SYSTEM is a singular enterprise
  48. 48. developing the BUILDING ENERGY SYSTEM is a singular enterpriseIts parts will form a whole system LET’S GET STARTED!
  49. 49. developing the BUILDING ENERGY SYSTEM is a singular enterpriseIts parts will form a whole system LET’S GET STARTED!
  50. 50. To view a slideshow about the concept behind BE365 visithttp://www.slideshare.net/jwolfworks/be365

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