Learn how "Best in Class" Owners boost organizational performance using these 7 simple steps
“Best in Class” owners of capital programs may know something that your organization doesn’t. In a year where the Dodge Outlook Report predicts that total U.S. construction starts for 2016 will rise another 6% following gains of 13% in 2015, top facility owners used their secrets to not only deliver world-class facilities but to improve productivity, attract talent and build competitive advantage. What makes this even more compelling is that leading owners were able to greatly increase construction put in place while keeping a lean staff.
During this on demand webinar, Chris Bell, who has studied the habits of highly effective project teams for over 20 years, shares what some organizations are doing differently to perform over 5 times better than their peers. You’ll learn practical tactics you can deploy immediately that will boost organizational performance yielding many direct and soft benefits.
Chris Bell, VP of Marketing
Chris Bell serves as the Vice President of Marketing for e-Builder, makers of the world’s most widely adopted construction program management solution designed specifically for facility owners. Throughout his 20+ year career, Chris has leveraged a unique blend of backgrounds from the engineering & construction industry, project & program management, and software industry to deeply understand what make great engineering and construction organizations transform from good to great.
Chris has a passion for leadership and has spoken at many conferences including Project Management Institute (PMI), Integrated Program Management Conference (IPM), Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE), Risk Management Society (RIMS), National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), and many others. He’s also a published author of many books, articles and whitepapers including EVM for Dummies.
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