Culture Matters: How a Project Team Survived a Mass Exodus of Leadership

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Thursday, September 16, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
Zoom
* Registration open until 9/15/21 at 5:00 PM (EDT)

Event Details

Webinar Summary

On a $10M+ design and construction project in rural Wyoming, the project delivery team experienced a very unique event.  While all multi-year projects deal with staff turnover at some point, this project suffered a loss of more than 60% of its original team leaders … most of which occurred between the end of design and the start of construction.  This session will explore the specific team-building and project culture-setting strategies employed throughout the project, helping carry it to successful completion despite the leadership changes.

This webinar has been approved for 1 AIA CEU. 


Panelists:

Brad McCaslin, Project Manager
Banner Health

Juan Ramos, 
Architect
Boulder Associates

Brian Faulkner, 
Senior Project Manager
Adolfson & Peterson 

For More Information:

Jill McKenzie
Jill McKenzie
CAE Manager, Membership & Sponsorship Construction Owners Association of America (678)426-2771
Learning Objectives

Attendees will

  • discover how to successfully set and maintain culture on a project;
  • identify how the Owner culture and belief system of collaboration helps set expectations and deliver the work;
  • explore what specific tools and techniques are applicable to other projects; and
  • examine the continuing efforts taken by the team to keep the culture alive and vibrant.