In 2018, DPR published findings from post-project reflection on eight California inpatient acute care hospitals. The study revealed an alignment of behaviors within the broad categories of people, process and tools and resulted in identifying a number of key indicators for successful project delivery. The indicators demonstrate resiliency in a high-functioning collaborative project team whose individuals often attain a career-defining experience through working on the project.
Seeking to validate the initial study’s findings, DPR has continued the study with nine additional hospital projects outside of California for a broader geographic and statistical analysis.
In this interactive presentation, DPR health care leaders, owners and design teams from the study, along with the third-party researcher, SitePlus, will dissect the specific characteristics of each of the indicators and share the further validated patterns that distinguish successful project delivery for inherently complex health care projects.
Validate the nine indicators for success
Recognize what makes the difference for exceptional success
Analyze attendee’s own project based on the nine indicators and share results through real-time polling
Apply the findings for attendee’s own project success
Credits: None available.
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