Join Brian Myers for an in-depth discussion in this video Client buy-in, part of BIM Management: Techniques for Managing People and Processes.
- [Narrator] When I think of client buy-in,…I oddly do not think of the client…pushing for a BIM deliverable specifically.…They might, but it's not what I traditionally think of.…When I consider client buy-in, I wonder how the client…may wanna use a specific deliverable.…Do certain individuals wanna use it for visualization…to sell their concept to the public…or better understand a space themselves?…Does the facility's management…wanna understand the ease of access to panels…and equipment for maintenance purposes?…Usually, when I think of client buy-in,…I think of the communication of the design intent…and the downstream usage of this information…when it is in the client's hands.…
Then the client is typically paying for this value…that they are getting in the service…or the deliverable you are providing.…So, personally, as a BIM manager,…the client is using their financial power…to provide you with the authority to…spread certain processes on a project level,…which may someday be adopted on a corporate level…within your organization.…
- Leading by example
- Scheduling time for self-improvement and education
- Mentoring others
- Getting buy-in
- Listening to others
- Setting expectations
- Empowering your team
- Rewarding success
- Conducting training
Skill Level Intermediate
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3. The Art of Listening
4. Setting Expectations
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