FIDIC 2005 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM

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FIDIC 2005 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM. SEPTEMBER 2005 - BEIJING, CHINA. CONTENT. Introduction Globalisation Branding Human Future Conclusion. THE FIRST STEP...... Two teams of engineers from 17 countries. THE PATH OF TRAVEL. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • FIDIC 2005YOUNG PROFESSIONALS MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM

    SEPTEMBER 2005 - BEIJING, CHINA

  • CONTENT

    Introduction

    Globalisation

    Branding

    Human Future

    Conclusion

  • THE FIRST STEP.....Two teams of engineers from 17 countries

  • THE PATH OF TRAVEL

    Work performed in a Virtual Forum Program included 4 Case Studies

    Program Objectives Discuss Management Skills Engage Young Professionals in FIDIC Support future networking

  • GLOBALISATION

  • CONSULTING ENGINEERING COMPANIES CAN NOT IGNORE GLOBALISATION

    Globalisation makes the world seem a smaller place

    Globalisation integrates international trade, investment and laws

    Clients have access to companies and services worldwide

    Companies can find clients all over the world

  • HOW CAN COMPANIES FACE GLOBALISATION?

    HIT&RUNWork by yourself on a project basis

    NETWORKINGBuild-up alliances with other companies

    MULTINATIONALExtend business to different countries

  • CONSULTING ENGINEERING COMPANIES MUST CHANGECulturalDifferences Maintain EthicsKnowledge sharingFlexible organisationWorldwidecompetitionNew communicationchannelsGLOBALCOMPANY

  • GLOBALISATION MUST BE SUSTAINABLESUSTAINABILITYGLOBALISATIONPROJECT: Ethical globalisation requires sustainability awarenessCOMPANIES: maintain a sustainable balance between foreign and local production and resourcesFIDIC/MAs: work together with consulting companies for a sustainable industry

  • BRANDING

  • BRANDING ENGINEERING Branding is a long term promise

    Branding adds value

    Brands need to be sustained

    Lovemarks are the future

  • BRANDING IS A LONG TERM PROMISE

    Single company identity

    Smart Solutions and product

    Engineers with an attitude

  • BRANDING ADDS VALUECompanyEasier access to global marketAdded value justifies fees ClientRecognises companyClient expectations are metWillingness-to-payEmployeesAttracting future engineersEmployee loyalty

  • BRANDS NEED TO BE SUSTAINED

    Company liability Providing sustainable ethical solutionsClear communication to employees, clients and public Continued support from dynamic company strategy Employee performance during client contact

  • LOVEMARKS ARE THE FUTURE

    Brands are a necessity

    Brands will be replaceable

    Lovemarks are the ultimate branding

    Loyalty beyond reason

  • HUMAN FUTURE

  • HUMAN FUTURE OF THE CONSULTING ENGINEER Skills of the Future Employee

    Bridging the Gaps

    The Pull Factor Attracting the New

    Get Flexible!

  • SKILLS OF THE FUTURE EMPLOYEE

    DEMANDDEVELOPBalance of disciplinesFlexibilityCommunicationInnovationFUTUREEMPLOYEE

  • BRIDGING THE GAP

    Internal Mentorship and Internal TrainingMixing it up: Experience, age, gender and cultureAccepting the young abroadExchanging employeesTrue knowledge management

  • THE PULL FACTOR ATTRACTING THE NEW

    Promote the international work aspect

    Promote the work/life balance

    FIDIC and Member Association Ambassadors

  • GET FLEXIBLE!Move from the traditional organisation to the flexible organisation:

    Multiple roles: brokers, specialists and connectors

    Drawing from an expertise pool

    Permanent staff and freelancers

    Recognition of skills: communication, technical, personalities.

  • THE LAST STEP

    Rapid response to change in current or future markets

    Evolve a brand to a lovemark while responding to client needs

    Sustain the engineering profession by developing future leaders

  • RECOMMENDATIONS TO FIDIC Further development of a global network

    Brand and promote FIDIC

    Assist the engineering industry brand and promote itself

    Continue providing learning programs to mentor young engineers

  • We thank FIDIC for the opportunity to participate in the 2005 YPMTP

    Thomas Cheangn SingaporeKew Yuan Chun SingaporeAitor Ezquerra SpainSalim Fardous Saudi ArabiaSri Harianti IndonesiaMorten Johansen DenmarkRoberta Lindbeck - AustraliaSoren Berg Lorenzen DenmarkAnnette Sweeney New ZealandCarole Welton Kaagaard - Denmark

    Andrei Baicu - RomaniaFrans Bouterse The NetherlandsMichela Diracca ItalyBirgit Farstad Larsen NorwayMauno Napari - FinlandAmy Oerlemans T he NethelandsJuan Jose Risoul - MexicoGreg Saretzky CanadaRichard Stump USAJoonas Vaabel Estonia

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