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The Design Manager's Handbook

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9780470674024

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0470674024
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Pub. Date:
4/1/2013
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Wiley-Blackwell
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Summary

Design Management is increasingly central to any successful building project, and design managers need to understand the role, processes, tools and soft skills that are required to be successful. The CIOB Design Management Handbook will embody a design management Code of Practice, developed by the CIOB Faculty of Architecture and Surveying, enabling the design manager to provide tangible benefits for contractors and customers by ensuring the smooth flow of design data as projects become complex.

Author Biography

About the Author

John Eynon BA BArch RIBA MAPM FCIOB CEnv is an enabler, writer and speaker, qualified as an Architect in 1981, and has worked in the public and private sectors in architectural practice, main contracting and consulting. For the last 15 years John has been involved in design management and pre-construction process for major contractors, with responsibility for design management teams and also providing functional support and design leadership at all stages of the design and construction process. He now provides BIM consultancy, design management and work winning services through his company Open Water Consulting Ltd.

About the CIOB

With over 48,000 members the CIOB is the international voice of the building professional, representing an unequalled body of knowledge concerning the management of the total building process.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Paul Monaghan, Allford Hall Monaghan and Morris, Architects ix

Preface – ‘My Why’ xi

Acknowledgements xiii

Note to the reader xv

Abbreviations xvii

1 Introduction – the CIOB Design Manager’s Handbook 1

Context, scope, audience and structure

2 Process 19

Project context, processes, CDM, cost management

3 DMTCQ 59

The Design Management Benchmark, a framework model for Design Management based on Time, Cost and Quality

4 Tools 63

Generic tools to control design production and design development

5 Procurement 91

Main procurement routes, Employer’s Requirements/Contractor’s Proposals

6 Value and innovation 101

Value management, innovation and DM

7 People 111

Context, tsunamis, tribes and people

8 Training 123

Roles, skills, training

9 Quality 127

Urban and environmental context of design, quality, legacy

10 Stories 133

People, projects – some stories

11 Future 145

Context, external and internal factors, BIM, DM2050

Afterword 161

Addendum – October 2012 163

Appendices 165

A Lean Project Delivery – Alan Mossman, Glenn Ballard & Christine Pasquire 165

B The ‘ADePT’ methodology – Paul Waskett and Andrew Newton 191

C Choosing by Advantages – Alan Mossman 197

D Delivering value – A Guidance Note for Design Managers – Michael Graham 201

E Style, Behaviours & your ‘Leadership Moments’ – Saima Butt 209

F Educating the Design Manager of the future – Paula Bleanch 213

G Facilitating workshops – John Eynon 221

Bibliography/Resources/Further Reading 223

Index 229



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