Op vrijdag 26 april 2019 vindt de openingsconferentie van de Ifmec Academy plaats op Campus Landgoed Zonheuvel te Doorn. Het programma is helemaal rond! We hopen een voor ieder interessant programma te hebben, waarbij zowel de kennisdeling, de interactie als het netwerken centraal staan.
Naast gerenommeerde gastsprekers worden er in de middag een drietal workshops gehouden. Zit hier ook een interessante workshop voor jou tussen?
- Energietransitie (Het mogelijk maken van elektrisch rijden)
- BIM (Slimmere, duurzame gebouwen en aandacht voor slimmere werkplekken)
- Big Data (De betekenis van Big Data en Big Data Analytics. Tevens een teaser voor de masterclass die op 20 en 21 mei gehouden wordt met medewerking van Jeffrey Saunders.)
Het onderzoeksthema van dit jaar is: Intelligence & Sustainability. Beide begrippen zijn veel omvattend, kennen veel aspecten en een grote samenhang. Hier meer zicht op krijgen en deze kennis doorgeven aan het werkveld is de onderliggende doelstelling van het onderzoeksjaar.
Prof. dr. Ian Lovegrove: Independent Management Development Professional
Ian, as an independent educator and development specialist, currently manages Global Leader Initiatives. In his presentation he will first explore what kinds of intelligence we experience. Next, the role of intelligence, along with knowledge, experience and wisdom, is considered in relation to survival and the important area of sustainability. Ian uses his experience in Antarctica, as a Manager of a scientific station as a context for his presentation. He focuses on organisational sustainability and the Facility Manager’s role.
Mr. Hugo von Meijenfeldt: SDG Coordinator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Hugo G. von Meijenfeldt is the coordinator of the Implementation Global Sustainability Goals at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Previously, he was Consul-General of the Netherlands in San Fransisco. He is an environmental lawyer, manager and diplomat at European and global level. He stimultates all 17 sustainable development goals in different areas with SDG alliances and reports to the parliament on results.
Ir. Rinus Vader: Leading Professional Energy Transition Built Environment, Royal HaskoningDHV
Rinus vader as a real estate strategist, focuses on optimizing assets based on utilization, building and environment. This coincides with an action perspective for the energy transition in built environment - and the role that the facility manager can play in this. Rinus developed the FastLane approach, which is now successfully giving substance to the sustainability challenge that is emerging with increasing intensity. What is the correct route and what distinguishes a road map from a real estate sustainability plan.
Prof. dr. Keith Hampson: Vice President of the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB)
Keith Hampson is an energetic senior leader with a blend of strong technical and management skills and formal qualifications gained through international experience in industry, government and university environments. He is committed to building an internationally competitive Australia by promoting access to better education, technology and innovative practices. At the industry level, Keith is a registered civil engineer and project manager. He is Vice President of the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB) and has coordinated a number of international CIB Task Groups over the past decade.
Otto Willemsen MSc: Owner Duurzaam4life
Duurzaam4Life is Otto's mission. Sustainability must be self-evident, it must have a revenue model, it must deal with raw materials, energy and biodiversity in a responsible way and it must be connected to its stakeholders. The balance in these four Vs ensures value creation and a future. Your organization must, in a manner of speaking, still be able to exist and matter in 1000 years. If you make airplanes, then your mission is to look for an airplane that cleans the air. As an organization consultant, Otto develops organization and individual for a healthy future in circular economy.
Paul Akhurst, CFM, CIWFM: Facility Management Expert
Paul Akhurst is passionate about promoting FM as a profession and has contributed to the FMA and IFMA’s professional development programmes. Paul had led FM in several of Australia’s major performing art centres, implemented BIM at Sydney Opera House and researched whole-of-life asset management with the SBEnrc at Curtin University. He is a vocal advocate of BIM4FM and will explore with workshop participants the challenges of building information management and existing buildings.