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2014 CII Annual Conference July 2123 Indianapolis, Indiana Bridging the Gap: From Vision to Action Igniting Passion and Imagination to Introduce Positive Change Implementation Research Team IS 31, Vision to Action Slide 2 2 Safety Slide 3 3 The Team Bill Beck, WorleyParsons Moderator Paul Chinowsky, University of Colorado John Strickland, CH2M HILL Lisa Millet, URS Corporation Anna Franz, Architect of the Capitol Slide 4 4 Learning Objectives Understand the Vision to Action relationship with other CII Implementation Publications Understand the Challenges from Peer Responses Case studies Be prepared to use the IMPACT tool Slide 5 THE VISION TO ACTION STUDY Paul Chinowsky, University of Colorado Slide 6 Lets Test Where We Are Is senior management taking the lead in developing a vision for new practice implementations? Are individuals encouraged to submit recommendations for new practices? Are departments encouraged to implement and try new practices? Slide 7 Where Vision to Action Fits Celebrate Success Products Training Measure Results Product Implementation Product Champions/Review Boards Implementation Plan and Goals Self Audit Corporate Implementation Champion Corporate Commitment CII Products CII Support Benefit/Cost Data RS 166-1 RS 246-1 & IR 246-2 IMPACT VISION TO ACTION VISION TO ACTION IMPACT and HOT LIST RS 166-3 Slide 8 RS246-1b The Experience Reference Index IR246-2 The Implementation Planning Model: The Implementation Planning Assistant Implementation Action Igniting Change Through Vision Vision-to-Action Research Guidance IMPACT Tool Slide 9 9 The Vision to Action Effort The Issue: How to inspire an organization to move from an idea to implementation how do you create a desire to innovate and change? The Objective: Make it easier and more effective The Process: Member Survey, Interviews, Case Studies The Result: Insights and assistance Slide 10 10 Insights Slide 11 Slide 12 Lets Change the Perspective Slide 13 The Hot List 1.Make it a Priority 2.Strategize Strategic Success 3.Communicate a New Reality 4.Inspire the Team 5.Embrace the Vision Slide 14 The Hot List (continued) 6.Be Loud and Proud 7.Spread the Word 8.Own it and Live it 9.Drive the Train, Dont Watch the Parade 10.Grow the Flames, Not Just the Fire Slide 15 Take A Journey Together Slide 16 Slide 17 A Quantitative Analysis Slide 18 THE INNOVATORS CHALLENGE John Strickland Slide 19 19 Challenges to innovation Many competing innovations Bias for stability Technology changes Lack of a robust process for shepherding the ideas Slide 20 20 Enhancing innovation Increase direct contact Co-location can yield amazing results Utilize small breakout sessions on large teams Focused effort Organizational support and recognition Direct client support Slide 21 21 For example Discovering the potential Presenting the idea Developing the track record The role of the client Slide 22 A URS PERSPECTIVE Lisa Millet Slide 23 23 Slide 24 24 Slide 25 25 Slide 26 26 Slide 27 27 Slide 28 28 Slide 29 29 Slide 30 30 Slide 31 AN AOC PERSPECTIVE Anna Franz Slide 32 32 Architect of the Capitol AOC Mission: To serve Congress and the Supreme Court, preserve Americas Capitol, and inspire memorable experiences. Slide 33 33 An AOC Perspective AOC Vision: We will be an exceptional team, acclaimed for superior service, recognized as trusted stewards, and renowned for enriching peoples lives. Next Steps: Turn vision statement into actionable and measurable performance goals embraced by entire AOC team. Slide 34 34 An AOC Perspective Thornton design for Capitol ca. 1795 Walter design for Dome ca. 1854 U.S. Capitol Dome 2014 Slide 35 THE IMPACT TOOL Paul Chinowsky Slide 36 36 IMPACT Demo The Questions The Overall Results The Section Scores The Recommendations The Quantitative Results The Hot Areas Go Get Started Slide 37 37 IMPACT Live Demonstration Slide 38 CONCLUSION Bill Beck Slide 39 39 Learning Objectives Understand the relationship with other Implementation Publications and Vision to Action Understand the Challenges from Peer Responses Case studies Be prepared to use the IMPACT tool Slide 40 Vision to Action Implementation Research Team William Beck, WorleyParsons Rick Bilotto, The Procter & Gamble Company Paul Chinowsky, University of Colorado Larry Daniels, Eastman Chemical Company Shari Davis, Audubon Engineering Company Bill Drust, Praxair Anna Franz, Architect of the Capitol Manuel A. Garcia, CII John Hewitt, Matrix Service Company Tamara Lynam, Burns & McDonnell Kamlesh Narwani, McDermott International Mauricio Rodriguez, Smithsonian Institution Hal Simonds, Siemans Energy Kindra Stockebrand, Dow Chemical Company David Tweedie, BIS Industrial Services Warren Yau, Teck Resources Limited Slide 41 Implementation Strategy Committee (ISC) William Beck WorleyParsons Richard Bilotto Procter & Gamble Paul Chinowsky Univ. of Colorado Rhianon Cookshaw WorleyParsons Jason Crain Hargrove Mike Davidson OPG Ketan Desai General Motors Tracie Griffitt Jacobs Gregory Kanteres Eastman Chemical Arch Lane Wood Group Mustang Tamara Lynam Burns & McDonnell Christine Merdon Architect of the Capitol Barry Rittberg Fluor Corporation Sara Simpson URS Corporation Stuart Stoves Yates Construction Steve Toon Bechtel Speedy Warner SAIC Constructors Nuria E. Ayala CII Erika Corbell CII Donna Rinehart CII Cindy King CII Slide 42 42 Performance Improvement Workshop September 30 October 2, 2014 Houston, Texas Focused on: CII Product Implementation Best Practices New Practices Case Studies Networking Earn at least 12 Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits