Target Value Delivery and Set Based Design


Organize and manage your Design efforts around the creation of value while maximizing architectural creativity and the budget. By establishing Cluster Groups and running Integration Events that focus on continuous estimating, you will minimize design re-work. Also, learn Set-Based Design from Stan Chiu (the nationally recognized master) and about Architecture 3.0 from architect/author/thought leader, Cliff Moser.

Target Value Delivery and Set Based Design

What you'll learn

What you'll learn

Why many Architects are now in the 3.0 phase of the profession and how to benefit from it.


How Set Based Design frees designers and design-builders to be more creative and do less rework by focusing on multiple areas for innovation.


How to combine Set Based Design and Target Value Delivery to collaboratively consider multiple solutions to the same design challenge or problem at the same time.


How to use TVD Cluster Groups to deliver maximum value to the project owner.


New common sense ideas for the efficient management of BIM.


How to do 5-Why and Root Cause Analysis for problem solving.


How to use Big Room to pull the design-build team together, conduct short meetings and be a visual hub for current project information and deliberations.


Why many Architects are now in the 3.0 phase of the profession and how to benefit from it.

How Set Based Design frees designers and design-builders to be more creative and do less rework by focusing on multiple areas for innovation.

How to combine Set Based Design and Target Value Delivery to collaboratively consider multiple solutions to the same design challenge or problem at the same time.

How to use TVD Cluster Groups to deliver maximum value to the project owner.

New common sense ideas for the efficient management of BIM.

How to do 5-Why and Root Cause Analysis for problem solving.

How to use Big Room to pull the design-build team together, conduct short meetings and be a visual hub for current project information and deliberations.

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This course includes

2.5 hours on-demand video
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile
Certificate of Completion

Description

Description

The design profession has entered a new era: Architecture 3.0. Based on his book of the same name, architect/author/thought leader Stanford’s Cliff Moser explains how and why we moved from Architecture 2.0 to 3.0 and how you can benefit from the new opportunities not only in designer’s offices but with design builder teams and owner groups. In this new era the smartest teams are using Set Based Design. Learn from the nationally recognized master of the process, Stan Chiu. Set Based Design is best coupled with Target Value Delivery to organize the design effort to increase creativity and design to a budget in order to reduce design rework. Learn how to create and manage TVD Cluster Groups, Integration Events and continuous estimating in accordance with Lean Construction Institute guidelines. Learn easy 5 Why and Root Cause Analysis, and how to set up and manage a “Big Room” collaboration space (actual or virtual) where everyone can meet, collaborate and see the work product as it evolves. And, in bonus videos, get some great ideas for managing BIM from internationally recognized expert, Clive Jordan of Plannerly.com.

The design profession has entered a new era: Architecture 3.0. Based on his book of the same name, architect/author/thought leader Stanford’s Cliff Moser explains how and why we moved from Architecture 2.0 to 3.0 and how you can benefit from the new opportunities not only in designer’s offices but with design builder teams and owner groups. In this new era the smartest teams are using Set Based Design. Learn from the nationally recognized master of the process, Stan Chiu. Set Based Design is best coupled with Target Value Delivery to organize the design effort to increase creativity and design to a budget in order to reduce design rework. Learn how to create and manage TVD Cluster Groups, Integration Events and continuous estimating in accordance with Lean Construction Institute guidelines. Learn easy 5 Why and Root Cause Analysis, and how to set up and manage a “Big Room” collaboration space (actual or virtual) where everyone can meet, collaborate and see the work product as it evolves. And, in bonus videos, get some great ideas for managing BIM from internationally recognized expert, Clive Jordan of Plannerly.com.
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Contents and Overview

Contents and Overview

This course includes 23 short 3-9 minutes videos (and 6 bonus videos) with downloadable references, Action Plans and optional Quizzes. Seven different professionals at the top of their game show you how to take advantage of the benefits of proven but revolutionary approaches to design. No new software is required. Project size is not a factor. This works on projects of all types and sizes and is also a nice framework for teams using the Progressive Design Build delivery method, but who aren’t sure how to progress to their desired cost. Lean in design means MORE design, and less rework. It frees the creative mind to explore all the options and combinations of options, continuously estimated so budget is an integral part of the design criteria. With these tools you and your team can exercise maximum creativity and finally achieve the comfortable balance between design intent and cost you’ve been fighting for.


Downloadable references include process guides, discussion guides, definitions, cluster group formation guides including purpose and operation, roles and formation discussion aid. For Big Rooms there are practical lists for setting one up, a reference for your team’s strategy discussion and a reference on Big Room meeting types.


And the Action Items will guide you step-by-step through forming and organizing your team, training them in the processes, developing the owner’s Vision, Values and Conditions of Satisfaction, drafting your “North Star” and your project Charter. You’ll have access to cost category guidance, and how to conduct Integration Events. You’ll step through a Root Cause Analysis, and there are Big Room Action Items that take you step-by-step to setting up your Big Room effectively (learning from all the mistakes others have made).


Optional quizzes help you test your knowledge: Basic and Advanced.


Complete the course and receive your frameable Certificate.


This course includes 23 short 3-9 minutes videos (and 6 bonus videos) with downloadable references, Action Plans and optional Quizzes. Seven different professionals at the top of their game show you how to take advantage of the benefits of proven but revolutionary approaches to design. No new software is required. Project size is not a factor. This works on projects of all types and sizes and is also a nice framework for teams using the Progressive Design Build delivery method, but who aren’t sure how to progress to their desired cost. Lean in design means MORE design, and less rework. It frees the creative mind to explore all the options and combinations of options, continuously estimated so budget is an integral part of the design criteria. With these tools you and your team can exercise maximum creativity and finally achieve the comfortable balance between design intent and cost you’ve been fighting for.

Downloadable references include process guides, discussion guides, definitions, cluster group formation guides including purpose and operation, roles and formation discussion aid. For Big Rooms there are practical lists for setting one up, a reference for your team’s strategy discussion and a reference on Big Room meeting types.

And the Action Items will guide you step-by-step through forming and organizing your team, training them in the processes, developing the owner’s Vision, Values and Conditions of Satisfaction, drafting your “North Star” and your project Charter. You’ll have access to cost category guidance, and how to conduct Integration Events. You’ll step through a Root Cause Analysis, and there are Big Room Action Items that take you step-by-step to setting up your Big Room effectively (learning from all the mistakes others have made).

Optional quizzes help you test your knowledge: Basic and Advanced.

Complete the course and receive your frameable Certificate.

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Course content

Course content

We distill one hour of training into every nine minutes of video. Don’t waste your precious time in dry boring lectures. (If you want repetition, you can play the video as many times as you like.)

30 videos

02:29:04

$89.95

$89.95

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This course includes

2.5 hours on-demand video
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile
Certificate of Completion