Integrative design process for high-performance teams

Integrative design process for high-performance teams

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Integrative design process for high-performance teams

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The Integrative Design Process (IDP) has the potential to radically change the way building design and construction decisions are made and improve project success and efficacy. However, integrative design projects don’t often succeed due to poor team structure. How can you create a successful integrative design team?

We help you differentiate between traditional design processes and an integrative project process. We offer a sharp, new understanding of team integration and provide clear steps to optimize facilitation of project teams. You will hear from a successful project’s team members and stakeholders as they present principles of high-performing teams, potential challenges, and offer tips to a successful integrative design process.

Interested in a whitepaper on this subject? Check out The Social Network of Integrative Design.


  1. Recognize an integrative project process, its benefits, and how it is different from a traditional project process.
  2. Explain “project network” and why the best team structure for engaging stakeholders is a core-periphery project network.
  3. Distinguish between the three levels of stakeholder engagement in a project network.
  4. Define the six core principles of high-performing teams and their application in successful projects.


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Pay $95.00 for credit


Project managers and team members in design, construction, green building, and anyone interested in integrative design processes.


Learning objectives overview

Introduction to case study project

Traditional vs. integrative processes

Network science and team network structures

  • Core-periphery network

Six principles of high-performing teams

  • Start with commitment
  • Identify a facilitator
  • Define your team network
  • Establish rules of engagement
  • Centralize communication
  • Create and utilize an accountability system

Course summary


In order to receive credit for viewing this webinar, you'll need to pass a short quiz. A link to the quiz will be provided in your registration confirmation email. Separate registration is required for each individual requiring continuing education credit.

All credits have different expiration dates, so it is to your advantage to take the quiz as soon as possible.

AIA Members of the American Institute of Architects will receive 1 LU for this computer based course. This is an intermediate level course and expires 8/21/2022. Questions about AIA credits should be directed to Lonna Berg at 608.210.7157 or Click on the following link to read our AIA CES Provider statement:

GBCI Slipstream is a provider of GBCI approved courses for continuing education. This is a GBCI approved course and offers 1 CE hour. Slipstream is also a USGBC Education Partner.


Josie Plaut, Associate Director, Institute for the Built Environment

Katie Coyle, AIA, NCARB, Architect, Stantec

Dominic Weilminster, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Stantec

Brian Hergott, CCCA, CSI, LEED AP, Senior Facilities Project Manager, Operations Services, City of Fort Collins

John Phelan, PE, Energy Services Senior Manager, Fort Collins Utilities

Brian Dunbar, LEED Fellow, WELL AP, Executive Director, Institute for the Built Environment

Tom Hootman, AIA, LEED AP, WELL AP, Associate Principal, Integral Group


This webinar was recorded on 8/15/2019 and is approximately 54 minutes in length. Learn more about the Institute for the Built Environment.

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