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Critical factors affecting a successful BIM integrated design solution

By Vladimír Nývlt and Radimír Novotný

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There are arguments, that new technologies in general, which is particularly true for BIM, are an opportunity to change the work routine. On the other hand, recent research shows that successful adoption of BIM depends on allowing the team to adapt new technologies to suit existing workflows. The struggle for power and organizational change occurs when individuals, teams and organizations progressively move through changes to the risks associated with standard procedures, the interests of intellectual property, the financial risks associated with capital investment in both hardware and software, as well as to the investments needed to train and retain technologically advanced employees. So, what should be considered primary if an organization starts implementing BIM? Are non-technical (social) factors more critical than technical or vice versa? And among those who will face all the organizations that are the most critical

Publisher: EDP Sciences
DOI identifier: 10.1051/matecconf/201927901004
OAI identifier: oai:edpsciences.org:dkey/10.1051/matecconf/201927901004
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