Teams often aspire to make better decisions, faster. The integrated design process, if implemented well, has the potential to simultaneously elevate the quality of decisions and expedite the decision making process. The primary reason for these failings is that the key ingredients are often missing. Teams need the right mix of membership, structure and facilitation to realize the potential of integrative process. We define what membership, structure and facilitation is needed for success. This session has been developed based on a research paper published by the Institute for the Built Environment; "The Social Network of Integrative Design."|
Lunch provided by Serendipity Catering.
About the speakers:
Jeni Cross is the Director of Research for the Institute for the Built Environment and Associate Professor of Sociology at Colorado State University. Her areas of expertise include conservation, community development, professional social networks, social norms, and behavior change.
Brian Dunbar is Executive Director of the Institute for the Built Environment (IBE) and Professor Emeritus at Colorado State University. Professor Dunbar has taught Interior Design, Construction Management, and Sustainability courses at Colorado State and created the graduate emphasis in sustainable building, professional certification courses in green building, and sustainable design and construction courses offered in Costa Rica and on the island of St. John, USVI.
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1536 Wynkoop Street
Denver, CO 80202
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