Sep 4, 2014
JMJ Senior Director of Business Development, Bob Allbright will join a panel of experts in two breakout forums titled “Multicultural Effects on Projects” and “Performance Monitoring and Metrics” at the 46th Annual Engineering and Construction Contracting Associations Conference on Thursday 4 September 2014 in Orlando, Florida.
Event Date: Thursday 4th September 2014
Speaker: Bob Allbright (JMJ Associates)
11:05 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. EDT—Multicultural Effects on Projects
1:55 p.m. to 2:55 p.m. EDT—Performance Monitoring and Metrics
Location: JW Marriott Grande Lakes, Orlando, Florida, USA
The “Multicultural Effects on Projects” panel will discuss how to kick off a multi-cultural project successfully, elements of successful multi-cultural leadership teams and issues and challenges in leading multi-cultural projects. The panel will also explore leadership differences in cultural norms and communications, how to better address the risks these differences pose to safety, schedule and quality, how to capture advantages and opportunities while mitigating risks due to communication challenges, and how needs, actions, safety and schedule drivers can be best communicated and understood.
The ‘Performance Monitoring and Metrics’ panel will address the ways in which many current project performance management techniques and metrics are ineffectively focused on past performance and how project leaders can use leading indicators to be more forward looking, allowing for interventions to be made before they are needed.
Now in its 46th year, the annual ECC conference provides executives and decision makers from across North America and around the globe with the opportunity to interact with industry thought leaders and peers. The conference will focus on how to align expectations among owners and the contractors; and how to align engineering, procurement and construction for excellence in project delivery. This conference will feature world-class keynote speakers, plenary sessions on trends and strategies, breakout forums on specific topics, social events, and extensive opportunities for networking.
The Engineering & Construction Contracting Association (ECC) promotes thought leadership among owners, contractors and suppliers in the global engineering and construction industry.To achieve this, ECC develops and presents an annual conference that provides a forum for executives to exchange new ideas, learn from world-class thinkers, address current industry issues, network and honor those who have made significant contributions to the industry. The conference program is entirely new each year, reflecting the rapid changes in the global economy and the engineering construction industry, and ensuring that topics are timely and reflect the latest thought leadership. ECC also provides ongoing programs such as Future Leaders and outreach to the academic community.