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Information management skills according to ISO 19650

Updated: Nov 22, 2023

This post includes my BIM Coordinators Summit 2023 presentation, which took place on 6th September, where I talked about Information Management skills according to ISO 19650. The presentation starts with a description of information management functions, and the types of information management matrices that can be used in a BIM project. The session also explains the minimum requirements of ISO 19650 in terms of competency, capability and capacity, focusing on the assessment criteria and the mobilization plan as well as the challenges of ISO 19650 certification schemes in the industry.

Below, you can also find my relative article published in the BIM Coordinators Summit 2023 magazine ( you can read the article in the original pulbication here).

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Author: Panagiotidou Nicoleta

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