Rule 12 Notes: https://www.exceptionalbim.com/course…
Failure is not an option and without a doubt this industry is just as extreme in its own way and there is no reason why you as an individual cannot be exceptional in what you do. We have almost reached half way through our 28 Rules of Engagement and Last, weeks rule Respect the Digital difference is now reaching towards one of our most viewed rules alongside hiring raw talent and pragmatic planning. Train Them to Bring You Answers, Not Problems now creates the ripple effect for the rules still to come in this series, but how many industry professionals actually walk the talk. Sharing models and technology preferences is not all just about working BIM, but by creating an intelligent working environment beginning with planning your team’s communication process. This environment also allows the team to work in a real-time environment and address any issues or challenges using one source of the truth. . By placing the BIM Data Manager in the Project Central office to manage the common data environment is no better off than taking on a document manager to manage documents in the old traditional project methods. This new way of working using CDE trains the teams to have a complete mind shift on how we need to take ownership of information when sharing, maintaining, and publishing to the project CDE. (www.asite.com).\ Remember the biggest key is in your own reaction to this behaviour and how you respond. Its not about the document controller transmittal in your response to your submission. When people bring a problem to you, are you enlisting the team in solving it. With the entire team having access to the CDE you making the problem not your anymore, but the teams. Using a CDE platform, you are now training your staff to bring problems but provide real-time possible solutions with the problem at task.
For full theory and podcast go to * BIM Rules of Engagement (exceptionalbim.com)