Paul has defined internationally recognised protocols and advised hundreds of companies on the strategic implementation of Information Management. An original member of the Revit Inc team, Paul has spent over twenty years as a trainer of trainers, directly or indirectly responsible for upskilling hundreds of thousands of BIM / IM professionals. Through White Frog, Paul builds training courseware on IM software and workflows as well as teaching and speaking globally. Through Focus HQ, Paul provides a templated and auditable approach to delivering frameworks such as ISO 19650 and others.
What to expect during the event
How much of your time is spent gathering quality data to make decisions, and how relevant is the data you base your decisions upon? During this session we will explore through a series of recent case-studies, how embedding Benefits Realisation into project management, from strategy to delivery, ensures that focus is concentrated on the desired outcomes of a project and attention is not caught up in the day-to-day detail of fire-fighting deliverables and compliance. We will demonstrate how project milestones, risks, issues, and scope changes can all be measured against the core business benefits, without losing sight of regulatory requirements. We will show how capturing business processes and best practices into a repeatable ‘template’, can provide a higher degree of discipline and consistency, with an auditable transparency both during and after delivery. Whether positioning such an approach as the centrepiece of a digital information management (BIM) strategy, or simply using it to track return on investment and progress across portfolio objectives, organisations can set meaningful key performance indicators and track progress against them. • Benefits realisation from idea to operations • Tracking deliverables against desired outcomes • Tracking critical metrics to deliver ROI • Auditing the ISO 19650 process to ensure continuity of the Golden Thread
Focusing on outcomes to refine the Information Management lifecycle