It’s time to be a leader; time to take control of this BIM rollercoaster and set it on the right course.
To quote Wesley Benn “Is BIM Better… er… er?” Currently there are a lot of misconceptions in BIM and too much leaping before looking. As BIM advocates and innovators we need to educate our teams so that they can learn to harness BIM strategies instead of being overwhelmed.
“A leader has to bend and shape his or her leadership so people can be encouraged, engaged, energized, and mobilized in a way that works for each of them individually. It is not easy, but it does pay off.”
Mark Kiker, AUGI World, October 2014
So let’s get started… but how? The best way I know is to break the process down into manageable chunks.
Step one: Create an implementation plan that sets a clear path to BIM.
- Teach the proper definition of BIM to all staff. Many teams get stuck thinking that BIM is just software instead of a holistic project management system. Using a 3D modelling…