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The Real Reasons Technology Deployments Fail (And What to Do About Them)
Project teams globally are leveraging construction technology solutions to drive improvements in project schedule, cost, safety, productivity, quality, and predictability performance. From drones to artificial intelligence, forward thinking teams are investing heavily in solutions that will drive a competitive edge. However, technology roll outs aren't always seamless. And, for every markedly successful program there's no shortage of failed implementation stories from other firms that have achieved less remarkable outcomes.

Within this presentation we will explore the root causes of construction technology implementation failures. From architecture decisions to adoption and buy-in, we will discuss the real reasons construction technology implementations fail. Beyond the root causes of failure, we will discuss strategies and risk mitigation methods that may be used to improve program potential, helping industry leaders navigate the uncertainties of new technology and reap the benefits that new solutions may yield.

Sep 24, 2020 08:00 AM in Vancouver

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Tannis Liviniuk
CEO @Trillium Advisory Group
Tannis is the CEO of Trillium Advisory Group, an industry consultancy firm. Having begun her career in the field, she spent over 10 years wearing out steel-toed boots while accumulating a wealth of hands-on experience in the intricacies of construction project delivery. Since then, she has worked with some of the largest and most respected facility owner, engineering, and construction organizations globally to develop and optimize processes, educate and train project teams, and deploy new technologies. Tannis is an active industry advancement advocate. She has been a guest lecturer at the University of Houston and for the Construction Industry Institute (CII) at the University of Texas at Austin. Tannis speaks at industry conferences globally on topics of industry innovation, Advanced Work Packaging, 4D/5D Planning, and advancing opportunities for women in construction. She has a Master’s degree in Business Administration and is a Stanford Certified Project Manager.