Essential Construction Management – from the Experts

What if you could pick the brains of the UK’s top construction project managers? This video and podcast series features award winning construction managers dissecting in compelling style the key areas that make up their profession. Our experts offer topical analysis, practical support and true experience as they delve beneath the surface of the subjects they cover.

This series will be of interest to any construction professional at any stage of their professional journey, whether you're aspiring to Chartered membership and need a comprehensive overview (topics are aligned to the Professional Review) or simply expanding your horizon, there is something here for you. This is outstanding CPD.

Performance Management in Construction - John Cole MCIOB

Health, Safety and Environment Issues - Paul Marlow MCIOB

Managing Commercial Risk - Tim Hare MCIOB

Procurement for Construction - Dennis Wilson FCIOB

Dispute Resolution and Avoidance - Matt Molloy FCIOB & Prof. David Mosey

Building Information Modelling - Rebecca De Cicco FCIOB

Introduction

Performance Management in Construction

John Cole MCIOB draws on his extensive experience to discuss Performance Management in Construction. John is a Senior Project Manager at Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd. He was a gold medal winner at the Construction Manager of the Year Awards 2016

Forging a strong team is key to Managing Project Performance, John says. But how to achieve it? In this film he discusses why and how to go about building and motivating a strong team and the wider benefits it can bring.

  1. What do you think are the key drivers of successful project performance?
  2. What mechanisms are there for monitoring and assessing performance on projects?
  3. What are the most common factors that can impact negatively on construction performance?
  4. Could you describe an effective process for reviewing and rectifying unsatisfactory performance?
  5. What can you say about the use of Key Performance Indicators as a means of creating continual improvement?
  6. What do you think the construction industry could do to improve its productivity?

Essential Construction Management - Performance Management

Essential Construction Management - Risk Management

Essential Construction Management - Health and Safety

Essential Construction Management - Dispute Resolution

Essential Construction Management - Procurement

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