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Fighting the Brain Drain with Knowledge Management Strategies

ENR Webinar: Fighting the Brain Drain with Knowledge Management Strategies

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About this Webinar

An Engineering News-Record (ENR) educational webinar hosted by Procore

The Great Recession of 2008 accelerated a wave of baby boomer retirements that left many construction and design firms dreading the impending consequences of knowledge management and brain drain.  In this webinar, we engage a panel of professional construction industry experts who have proactively sought out and engaged a technology-assisted approach to not only cope with inter-generational challenges, but also to assemble and share knowledge assets that build their respective organization's overall corporate IQs and retain talent to grow a sustainable future.

Receive Continuing Education (CE) credit upon completion of this webinar:
    • AIA 
      Course Title: Fighting the Brain Drain with Knowledge Management Strategies
      Course Number: PC-102
      Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
      Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
      Credit Designation: 1 LU
    • AIC 
      Course Title: Fighting the Brain Drain with Knowledge Management Strategies
      Course Number: PC-102
      Credit: 1 CPD
    • American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)
      Credit: 1 credit
Learning Objectives:
    • Review recent research that explores how recent economic downturns and changing millennial workforce demographics have widened experience gaps and contributed to a sense of urgency to train and mentor younger staff, transfer knowledge, and address the challenges presented by high workforce turnover rates.
    • Learn how to develop strategies to identify technically-savvy, high-potential performs and fast-track your organization's learning development efforts to address knowledge and productivity issues in the workforce and better equip your organization with strong leaders. 
    • Explore the advantages of transitioning to the Building Information Modeling (BIM) methodology and explain methods for implementing BIM, assessing organizational skills, and developing learning/mentoring programs that effectively transfer knowledge and help build a culture of synergistic collaboration among an inter-generational workforce. 
    • Discover how a corporate university is using a wide variety of software technologies to alleviate knowledge gaps, build business skills and networks, manage project content and digital assets, and encourage formal and informal collaboration and learning. 
Speakers:

Introduction by:

Mark Lyons
Senior Director of Business Development
Procore Technologies, Inc.

Moderator:

Nadine M. Post
Editor-at-Large
Engineering News-Record

Panelists:

Kenneth T. Sullivan, PhD, MBA
Associate Professor, Co-Director PBSRG
School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University 

Ronald F. Dellaria
Principal, Design Led Construction
Astorino CannonDesign

Kyle Fisher
Associate Principal, Americas Knowledge Manager, New York Marketing & Business Leader
Arup

Content

  • Play Video
  • Quiz
  • Congratulations! You've completed a Procore Continuing Education course!

About this Webinar

An Engineering News-Record (ENR) educational webinar hosted by Procore

The Great Recession of 2008 accelerated a wave of baby boomer retirements that left many construction and design firms dreading the impending consequences of knowledge management and brain drain.  In this webinar, we engage a panel of professional construction industry experts who have proactively sought out and engaged a technology-assisted approach to not only cope with inter-generational challenges, but also to assemble and share knowledge assets that build their respective organization's overall corporate IQs and retain talent to grow a sustainable future.

Receive Continuing Education (CE) credit upon completion of this webinar:
    • AIA 
      Course Title: Fighting the Brain Drain with Knowledge Management Strategies
      Course Number: PC-102
      Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
      Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
      Credit Designation: 1 LU
    • AIC 
      Course Title: Fighting the Brain Drain with Knowledge Management Strategies
      Course Number: PC-102
      Credit: 1 CPD
    • American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)
      Credit: 1 credit
Learning Objectives:
    • Review recent research that explores how recent economic downturns and changing millennial workforce demographics have widened experience gaps and contributed to a sense of urgency to train and mentor younger staff, transfer knowledge, and address the challenges presented by high workforce turnover rates.
    • Learn how to develop strategies to identify technically-savvy, high-potential performs and fast-track your organization's learning development efforts to address knowledge and productivity issues in the workforce and better equip your organization with strong leaders. 
    • Explore the advantages of transitioning to the Building Information Modeling (BIM) methodology and explain methods for implementing BIM, assessing organizational skills, and developing learning/mentoring programs that effectively transfer knowledge and help build a culture of synergistic collaboration among an inter-generational workforce. 
    • Discover how a corporate university is using a wide variety of software technologies to alleviate knowledge gaps, build business skills and networks, manage project content and digital assets, and encourage formal and informal collaboration and learning. 
Speakers:

Introduction by:

Mark Lyons
Senior Director of Business Development
Procore Technologies, Inc.

Moderator:

Nadine M. Post
Editor-at-Large
Engineering News-Record

Panelists:

Kenneth T. Sullivan, PhD, MBA
Associate Professor, Co-Director PBSRG
School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University 

Ronald F. Dellaria
Principal, Design Led Construction
Astorino CannonDesign

Kyle Fisher
Associate Principal, Americas Knowledge Manager, New York Marketing & Business Leader
Arup

Content

  • Play Video
  • Quiz
  • Congratulations! You've completed a Procore Continuing Education course!