Checklists for Those who Hate Checklists | INTERN | Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

Checklists for Those who Hate Checklists | INTERN

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The most effective checklists have an elegantly simple structure that is designed to be reused over and over again. In this webinar you will learn the importance of checklists as internal managers of design and construction effort and also as records of work successfully completed—and why that's important. 

Checklists for Those who Hate Checklists 

Webday Wednesday Series 

Topics: Project Management / Practice 

Length: 1 hour | What's Included: Video, Quiz, and Certificate of Completion 

This webinar is available to stream! 

Everyone uses checklists, even those who hate them. That to-do list on your smartphone—that’s a checklist. That list of questions you’ve been scribbling on the pad on the corner of your work station, waiting for your boss to come by and answer—that’s a checklist. The most effective checklists have an elegantly simple structure that is designed to be reused over and over again. They are susceptible to capturing new knowledge and experience “on the fly,” the way much of our work seems to be managed these days. They are simple and logical to use whether you are a designer or builder. This webinar will explain what professional information is better communicated via a checklist, and where the effort is just not worth it. You will learn the importance of checklists as internal managers of design and construction effort and also as records of work successfully completed—and why that's important. You will learn and be given access to a simple four-part underlying structure for architectural checklists—a template usable for almost any design or construction process, project or product. You will learn the key differences between designer and builder checklists, and how they may be integrated.

Learning Outcomes: 

At the completion of this webinar, participants will be able to: 

  • Analyze what professional content of yours is best managed by a checklist, and what is better managed in other ways;
  • Design a family of checklists to manage many architectural design and construction processes and products;
  • Execute your checklists so that they are an accurate reflection of work in progress as well as a record of work completed;
  • Refine your checklists to integrate new and emergent product and process knowledge.

Subject Matter Expert: 

Brian Palmquist, Architect AIBC MRAIC BEP LEED AP

Quality-by-Design Consulting Ltd l President

Available Until: December 31, 2022

Pricing A-La-Carte 

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