Information Maturity

a current state of development of an organisation to utilise information in an advanced strategic manner to increase productivity, measured against an assumed optimal state

Point of Adoption

a moment in time where an organisation’s readiness, change into organisational capability/maturity Macro-BIM adoption: Conceptual structures Bilal Succar Mohamad Kassem Tweet The Point of Adoption (PoA) is not to be confused with the critical mass ‘inflection point’ on the S-curve [67,68]; or with the ‘tipping pint’, the critical threshold introduced by Gladwell [22]. [22] M. […]

Organisational maturity

a measure of an organisation’s readiness and capability expressed through its people, workflows, information, technologies and the reliable measurement procedures that are in place [source: Understanding Organizational Maturity

Organisational capability

Potential and expertise suggesting ability. Capability implies an organisation’s capacity to engage in a range of constructive activities Organisational capability is also referred to as organisational competence, although a capability refers to the potential and competence suggests an applied and well-practised capability [source: Strategic view of performance ]

Post-appointment BEP

Post-appointment BEP confirms and defines the delivery team’s approach to information management in the appointed project. It is a BIM Execution Plan (BEP) which shall be re-submitted by the Lead Appointed Party and confirmed by the Task Team and the Appointing Party to demonstrate understanding, agreement and committed to the Exchange Information Requirements. It should […]

Team’s Capability and Capacity

The competence and understanding of BIM, of the consultants and delivery team partners to be involved in the project, shall be assessed and results included in Post-Contract BEP. The assessment shall cover three aspects of competency of: Capability and Capacity to Manage Information Capability and Capacity to Produce the Information Assessment of the availability of […]

Stage 2 Maturity

BIM at Maturity Stage 2 according to the ISO 19650 Framework is “the use of a shared digital representation of a built asset to facilitate design, construction and operation workflows to form a reliable basis for decisions”[1]. The concept of sharing information in a BIM workflow allows project parties to have access and use digital […]

tension between hope and ambiguity

term coined by Deloitte[1], it is a current situation where whilst businesses conceptually understand the significant changes that information Management (IM) and technology may bring, they have divergent agendas and mutually incompatible priorities, as well as a lack of clarity regarding how their organisations can benefit.[2] [1] Deloitte (2020) The Fourth Industrial Revolution. Deloitte, London, […]