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Construction professional bodies Why should you use this standard? New technologies in particular BIM make it more important than ever to operate a collaborative design process across the recognized design disciplines and incorporate economic and process considerations. This also increases the need for greater rigor in the management of that process and for the application of appropriate measures and techniques. The guidelines outlined in BS relate to collaborative working, new technologies, construction procurement and changed roles and responsibilities in the construction industry. They should help bring organizations greater efficiencies and improved ways of working. BS has been revised by industry experts to align with developments in the BIM world and best practice in the construction industry It now provides principles and a common reference for company and project protocols, which can also be used in reverse to check that the bases have been covered By following the new protocols and principles outlined in the guide, the design management process should be more efficient and there will be less wastage of time and effort Standard Number.

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BS Design management systems. Guide to managing innovation Organizations that evolve a framework for long-term innovation react faster to threats or surprises, are more likely to take effective action, and are better at sustaining the momentum of change. As such, they are more likely to succeed. BS enables organizations to plan products, services and processes a significant time into the future: at least a generation after the generation currently under development.

BS takes the form of guidance and recommendations, covering the total experience and benefits of innovating, as well as the application of general principles and techniques to the management of innovation. It applies to all types of organizations especially small and medium-size enterprises that seek to grow in manufacturing, process, service and construction industries as well as in the public and not-for-profit sectors.

BS provides guidance on: Innovation, newness and the basics of innovation management Managing innovation at the organization level Operating the innovation management framework Tools and techniques for managing innovation. Innovation is critical to sustaining customer satisfaction over the longer term, and considerable skill is required to design quality into products, services and processes.

This revision incorporates many suggestions from users and non-users to make the standard more accessible and immediately useful. It provides a richer language and framework of issues and procedures that organizations, especially those that are new, small or relative novices at innovation, can adopt to upgrade their innovative performance then use as the basis of collaborative initiatives with suitable partners to promote innovation.

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BS 7000-4:2013 Design management systems. Guide to managing design in construction

BS Design management systems. Guide to managing innovation Organizations that evolve a framework for long-term innovation react faster to threats or surprises, are more likely to take effective action, and are better at sustaining the momentum of change. As such, they are more likely to succeed. BS enables organizations to plan products, services and processes a significant time into the future: at least a generation after the generation currently under development. BS takes the form of guidance and recommendations, covering the total experience and benefits of innovating, as well as the application of general principles and techniques to the management of innovation.

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The Green document status indicator indicates that the document is: a current in the Construction Information Service and b the latest version - ie it does not have any other documents that replace or amend it and is promoted as a current document by the publisher. The Amber document status indicator indicates that some caution is needed when using this document - it is either: a current in the Construction Information Service but has a document or documents that replace or amend it, so please look at the "Newer Versions" tab or b not in the Construction Information Service but with another reason why it may be relevant to our customers such as being cited in NBS or in the Building Regulations Approved Documents. Again there may be more recent versions of the document. The Red document status indicator indicates that the document is an old version The document has likely been withdrawn by the publisher, also the meta data presented here may be out of date as it is no longer being maintained by the editorial teams at NBS.

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