From low carbon materials and artificial intelligence to circular economy and offsite construction, the built environment is experiencing an evolutionary wave of change. Whilst technologies like these may be facilitating the industry’s digital transformation, they aren’t always the catalyst of innovation or the key to organizational resilience.
In this webcast, a panel of BSI experts explore the DNA of innovation: the principles, mindsets, and approaches that leading individuals and businesses are adopting to sustain momentum and deliver meaningful change within the sector.
Join us as we discuss why things like teamwork, creativity, and positive culture thatrecognizes that not all ideas are opportunitiesare all part of the innovation cycle and the steps you can take today to drive a more innovative culture within your business.
What topics will the webcast cover?
Industry 5.0 Landscape: What does technological innovation look like today?
Technology vs Innovation: What’s the difference (and why does it matter)?
The Innovation Cycle: What’s needed for success?
How standardization is supporting innovation within the Built Environment?
Karim Aboelfadl - Global Scheme Manager of Innovation Kitemark, and Client Manager META
With a background in Marketing and Business Development Kareem Aboul-Fadl began his career working in research and development. Focused Business Development Manager with exceptional Planning and implementation capabilities with 17+ Years of experience highly trained with in depth understanding of Customers requirements gathering and market trends. Adept at cultivating managing and leveraging client relationships. With the lessons learned from his early career, Kareem went on to the field of management systems for Different Certification Bodies and now, he serves BSI Middle East and Africa as Client manager in IMETA region and a Global Scheme Manager for Innovation Kitemark.
While working with BSI, Kareem initially focused on assessing systems. Now, taking advantage of experience, he delivers Assessment for innovation, Performance, Risk, Sustainability, Resilience and Agility Portfolio.
Rahul Shah - Sector Development Director for EMEA, Built Environment, BSI
Rahul Shah has worked for and with asset owners, main contractors, architects, engineers and manufacturers. With over 23 years of experience, he has held leadership roles responsible for driving digital transformation, leading on BIM strategy and implementation programmes globally. During his career Rahul has gained experience of implementing various digital initiatives on a diverse range of projects, including large scale multi-billion-pound urban regeneration schemes through to hospitals, airports, residential, commercial, data centres, mixed-use public spaces, stadiums and metros.