We will look in detail at Organisational Resilience in the UK Construction Industry, authored by Project 5. A particularly significant given some of the current issues affecting the industry. The report’s purpose – to provide an overview of how resilient the industry is in relation to a range of internal and external factors – explores the role of organisational resilience in enabling construction companies to adapt to changing conditions. It addresses the evidence of failure, posits why they fail, considers the issues, areas of risk, and proposes how to build resilience and the benefits therein of doing so for the individual companies and the sector as a whole. We will take time to consider what Constructing Excellence and its members can do to address these issues and deliver a stronger, more resilient industry.
1.00 Welcome & Introductions
1.30 Organisational Resilience – Overview, Tim Whitehill, Project 5
2.20 Roundtable discussions – how can Constructing Excellence help improve organisational resilience
3.45 What can Constructing Excellence do to support resilience in the UK construction industry?
4.45 Next steps and close?
@ACKEMPO @UKBIMAlliance @MeliusHomes @JenniferCSIC John Pelton from Jacobs kicks off our final session of the day with his reflections on lessons learned from major programmes – it’s all about outcomes (vision led), leadership and collaboration #TCNPlus #TransformingConstruction
@UKRI_News @innovateuk @TeessideUni @nashwan60 @GrantRMills @UCL_CPM @lborouniversity @dundeeuni @soetanto_robby Thank you Alison Nicholl for concluding our second session with questions from the audience – Alison asks, what support do our small project leads need from the people in the room today? Support and collaboration are so important in our mission #transformingconstruction #TCNPlus