We are excited to be down in Austin, TX today for the Capital Projects Symposium presented by CMAA. This symposium is a high level conference exploring the technology, project delivery and innovation in construction management practices. Over the course of a few days attendees will increase their understanding of today’s technology options, how that technology is impacting project delivery and how both owners and service providers are utilizing innovations to increase project success.
With that in mind, MOCA President Sandy Hamby and Touchplan President Michael Carr will be discussing collaborative planning today at 3:30 in Salon E.
Their talk, titled “What do you need from me to Succeed,” will explore the Lean principle of asking what the next party needs from you in order for a project to progress. Thinking like this is redefining how collaborative teams operate. This session, using real-world examples, will explain how this key principle can be applied to the construction management industry in order to drastically improve the cohesiveness of a project management team and ultimately enhance its collective problem solving capabilities.
We look forward to seeing you guys this afternoon at the talk.
If you are interested in learning more MOCA will be hosting a reception this evening with the panel participants. If you would like information on the reception please email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org.