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1 Integration Initiative Unlocking the Value of System Thinking By the Construction Resource Initiatives Council March 8, 2015 Image References (Left to Right) Oujé Bougoumou Cree Community, QC; San Francisco; Zibi Project, Ottawa COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 1 Zero Waste Communities INTEGRATION MEANS MOTIVATION GROUNDED LEADERSHIP

2 T. 2 Our Mission Transforming how communities view and manage development resources. Our Mission Transforming how communities view and manage development resources. Our Activities Integrated Design/Delivery of Product Development Waste Saver App E- Lean Courses; Giga Product Mgmt; M&V Tools Services: Broad Range of Professional Support & Initiatives; Resource/Waste Management Planning; Industrial Symbiosis Projects: Mission 2030; UNEP 10YFP; Integration Initiative/Protocol Our Activities Integrated Design/Delivery of Product Development Waste Saver App E- Lean Courses; Giga Product Mgmt; M&V Tools Services: Broad Range of Professional Support & Initiatives; Resource/Waste Management Planning; Industrial Symbiosis Projects: Mission 2030; UNEP 10YFP; Integration Initiative/Protocol Our Value Propositions Collaboration Joint Venture Community Building Quality Innovative Products and Services Inspiring and Motivating People and Process Stimulating Projects Free learner- Centered Education Important & Fast ROI Open Governance Change Architecture Our Value Propositions Collaboration Joint Venture Community Building Quality Innovative Products and Services Inspiring and Motivating People and Process Stimulating Projects Free learner- Centered Education Important & Fast ROI Open Governance Change Architecture Our Income Streams Product & Service Sales Joint Venture Projects Partnership Annual Fee Non-Com. Dual License Education Programs In-Kind Products & Services Our Income Streams Product & Service Sales Joint Venture Projects Partnership Annual Fee Non-Com. Dual License Education Programs In-Kind Products & Services Our Stakeholders All Governments and Civil Societies Our Customers and Partners Those believing in the three imperatives to minimize waste whilst delivering greater assured value for sustainable whole life cycle outcomes: Collaborative People Integrative Processes Interoperable Technologies Our Stakeholders All Governments and Civil Societies Our Customers and Partners Those believing in the three imperatives to minimize waste whilst delivering greater assured value for sustainable whole life cycle outcomes: Collaborative People Integrative Processes Interoperable Technologies Our Strengths 1.Our People – a growing body of non-partisan, constructive and knowledgeable partners 2.Our Integrative Process 3.Our Collaborative Products, Services and Projects Our Strengths 1.Our People – a growing body of non-partisan, constructive and knowledgeable partners 2.Our Integrative Process 3.Our Collaborative Products, Services and Projects Our Worth (Costs) Ongoing Market. Cultural and Management Research and Development; Communication/ Education & Operation Our Worth (Costs) Ongoing Market. Cultural and Management Research and Development; Communication/ Education & Operation Our Channels Direct, Media/Online Open Work Platforms Regional to International NGO’s Growing Network and Events Our Channels Direct, Media/Online Open Work Platforms Regional to International NGO’s Growing Network and Events Our Relationships Free valuable info Thought Leadership Support Products & Services Transparency Team work Our Relationships Free valuable info Thought Leadership Support Products & Services Transparency Team work The Construction Resource Initiatives Council Your Constructive Community Builder Plan – REV. MAR Our Priorities 1.Education 2.Measure & Verify 3.Role Mapping 4.Mission 2030 Our Priorities 1.Education 2.Measure & Verify 3.Role Mapping 4.Mission 2030 Our Ask Take the Mission 2030 Pledge at Become a Constructive Partner; Make the CRI Council Your Project Partner; Donate (Funds, Products, Services, Data,) Think, Plan, Act… Whatever You Do, Please Don’t Waste! Our Ask Take the Mission 2030 Pledge at Become a Constructive Partner; Make the CRI Council Your Project Partner; Donate (Funds, Products, Services, Data,) Think, Plan, Act… Whatever You Do, Please Don’t Waste! Our Goals 2017 – Ratify Protocol 2020 – M&V Agreement 2025 – Integrated Reporting Standard/Reg Our Goals 2017 – Ratify Protocol 2020 – M&V Agreement 2025 – Integrated Reporting Standard/Reg

3 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 3 Background: Mission 2030 was the first zero waste call-to-action by the CRI Council, specifically addressing construction, renovation and demolition waste. And while we continue to push for this 2030 goal, there are many challenges and imperatives that must be dealt with, in order to achieve our goal responsibly. To overcome that inertia and avoid unintended consequences, we must now pool all of our resources and consider the whole operating culture interacting within the built environment. We must engage, co-create and enable ecosystems and public value exchange. Fortunately, we have all the tools and knowledge that we need to do this, and more.

4 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 4 MISSION 2030 INTERACTOR PLEDGE With this document, we make a commitment to responsible sustainable consumption, production and disposal of all of our resources and excess materials, to support the CRI Council’s net zero construction, renovation and demolition waste initiative, Mission 2030 From hereon, we will review all of our delivery approaches and policies to consider the life cycle impacts of all materials part of our supply chain, in our resource and waste management plans and actions, as well as measure and verify our performance for continued improvements; or as a political representative or candidate, I will support this pledge within my respective level of government. We make this pledge, understanding the following: The value of the CRI Council Framework Strategic Change Management for how we view and deal with recoverable resources Effective communication to engage all required participants in the change process Integration and education to minimize change costs and maximize industry transformation Research and technology to ensure sound policy decision making sustainability sustainable Tools and support to enable stakeholders to fast track industry change We recognize the importance of life cycle thinking and acknowledge that sustainable resource use and waste management requires consideration of ‘clean cycles and safe final sinks’ for the immediate and long term protection of all; Early collaboration with our clients/consumers, suppliers, resource/waste managers and/or constituents maximizes resource efficiency and minimizes waste generation; Through public and private sector collaboration, we can help transform the complex challenges of resource and waste management into sustainable opportunities; Mission 2030 is a change initiative for industry and society, recognizing that change is a ‘journey’. Signing this pledge is a public acknowledgement that we have taken our first step to help eliminate the ‘concept’ of waste and support the CRI Council’s Mission 2030.

5 Meeting the Demands of The Solution Revolution COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 5 Strategies for Growing the Solution Economy – We need ‘wicked’ solutions for wicked problems Measure what matters in the performance of People & Processes Product & Services Target the Gaps Design/Engineering & Construction NGO’s Rethink Constraints Embrace Lightweight Solutions Maximum Motivation Minimum Intervention Buy Differently Think System & Value Chains Change the Lens Start with Why Focus on Structures Reference Deloitte University Press

6 The Integration Initiative Purpose INDIVIDUAL & INTERPERSONAL Design systems facilitating personal changes & fostering relationships that support change i.e.: Mission 2030 COMMUNITY OF PLACE, INTERESTS AND PROFESSIONS Design systems promoting community level changes i.e.: Architecture 2030 SOCIETY & INSTITUTION Design systems promoting institutional level changes by building bridges with the communities they serve and developing new social norms i.e.: Integrated Reporting The Intent or The Why: TRANSFORMING how communities view and manage development resources The Requirement: Measuring What Matters – i.e.: Waste Real Life Cycle Impacts; ‘Nudging by Design’ or ‘Change Architecture’ Value BESTCompare Voluntary Support and Actions (i.e.: Mission 2030; Health Product Declarations) for Providing Real Data VS… ThinkPeople Engagement Social Engagement Index; Professional Accreditations Plan Process Co-Creating Zero Waste Index for Cities; Project Certifications; Do Product Enablement Corporate Social Responsibility; Integrated Reporting; Zero Waste UL Standard ISO standards, for Product Category Rules, Environmental Product Declaration, etc Certification Systems; Standards Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index; Measurement of Waste and Productivity in Relation to Lean Thinking ‘’Real data provides more surprises than simulated data’’ Ref. Adobe Social Engagement index…

7 The Collaborative Economy Value Chain COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 7 Products: Courses (Change, Integration, Lean, Plan M&V Sustainability) GIGA; M&V Tools Waste Saver App Marketplace Market Research & Development; Pilot Projects i.e. Constr’n Project Material Use A Collaborative and Solution Business Platform Services Broad Range of Professional Services for Integrated Design/Delivery Solutions Over 5 year period Service % Products5-12.5% Partnerships33-75% Grants 2-5% Marketplace15-35% Chapters? Promote Integrated Solutions i.e.: Integrated Design Workshops Brand Integration as an Enabling Service Subscribe for Enabling Support or Rent Products Provide an Integrative Work Platform to Co-Create, Co-ideate, Co-fund, Co-Build, Co-Distribute, Co-Market, Co-Sell, Co-Revenue Share BENEFITS 1.Financially Smart 2.Environmentally Kind 3.Lifestyle Smart 1.Flexible 2.Practical 4.Good Trial Space 5.Intrinsically Motivating for Healthy Enterprise Workforce Engagement 1.Inspiring programs & Projects 2.High Quality Resources and Support 3.Allows Relationship to Flourish 4.Satisfies basic security & psychological needs 5.Inviting to help others

8 The PEOPLE Operating Cultures Levers of Change 8 ENGAGING w/PURPOSE on Zero Waste Communities VISION /Philosophy Understanding the STRUCTURAL connection and identifying their problem’s underlying causes is imperative in resolving the cultural debates and reaching our 2030 goals and CO2 Neutrality by CO-CREATING enables Integrative SYSTEMS & Interoperable TECHNOLOGIES ENABLING PEOPLE’s constructive SKILLS/QUALI TIES has the power to transform. Because the behavior of the systems emerge from the structure of its parts. ‘A new kind of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move to higher Levels’. Albert Einstein

9 The PROCESS: Integration BACKGROUND Studies (Planning & Environmental) Funding Process & Final Design INTEGRATIVE ENGAGEMENT Funding, Design, Implementation Funding & Final Design Cont’d Implementation/Services & Construction Focus: Protocol Communication & Education INTEGRATIVE CO-CREATION Design & Implementation Integration Project Design Development and Delivery Management – Focus TBD Integrated Report INTEGRATIVE ENABLEMENT Operation & Maintenance Integrated Report “Integration is not a dreamland of endless possibilities with revolutionary marketing results at the end of a rainbow. It’s an ongoing process made up of many discrete but valuable steps, each contributing to the greater cause. David Elridge, Assistant Editor of the Politics Desk, The Washington Time, 1999

10 Challenge #1: Education Step 1: A Protocol ENGAGE Requirements Phase MOTIVATION: The Ground (Source of Motivating Force) to get to the Goal (Vision) CO-CREATE Development Phase MEANS: Instruments/Tools (Means for Transformation required to move towards the Goal) ENABLE Deployment Phase DIRECTION: The guidance to use the instruments/tools as intended for quality results COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED a system of rules that explain the correct conduct and procedures to be followed in transforming how communities view and manage development resources 2.a plan for a scientific experiment 3.a document that describes the details of a treaty or formal agreement between parties

11 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 11 THE 2030 INTEGRATION DECLARATION For Safe and Sustainable Development Resource Management FINAL DRAFT - Draft 11 – February 15, 2015; Recalling that sustainable development must meet the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Thus authorities, businesses, communities and individuals alike all have important stakes in protecting life’s most basic needs: food, water and shelter. Protecting the limited resources to meet the basic present and future needs requires both a constructive organizational and operational culture in which People must have the basic needs to improve their quality of life; a healthy environment, education, health care and an occupation that ensures an adequate income. Integrating organizations helps provide them with the means and motivation to get to what matters to them in meet their higher order satisfaction needs of achievement, affiliation, encouragement and realizing their full potential. Thus, integration is imperative to overcome inertia in changing consumption, production and resource or waste management patterns. As such, the CRI Council and the adopters of this 2030 Integration Declaration are: Calling for a massive governmental and civil society integration, to provide the means and motivation necessary for rapid research and development advancement in lean 1 production, creating greater value for customers using fewer resources. Declaring that we commit to following imperatives, within the sphere of our influence and capacity. Engaging internally and externally for effective and ongoing communication of the Integration Initiative related issues, impacts and best possible solutions; and Co-creating an International Integration Protocol by 2017, with rigorous attention to details in order to, at a minimum, provide the means and motivation for a safe and sustainable resiliency program, support Mission 2030 and Architecture 2030; and Enabling active collaboration among governments and civil society Integration Initiative Partners 2 throughout all phases of the 2030 Integration Protocol 3 project.

12 Protocol Project Timeline May 13/15 Declaration Campaign 2016 Develop Consult 2017 Ratify Promote 2020 Agree Implement 2025 Convene Assess 2030 Reconvene Report COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Integration Inaugural Work Retreat May 12-14; Millcroft Inn, Alton, Ontario Inaugural Retreat General Program May 12, 2015PM Integration Initiative Development Meeting; EveAnnual General Meeting and Community Building Event May 13, 2015Press Conference; Initiative Symposium and Community Dinner May 14, 20158am-3pm2030 Integration Protocol and Project Design Charrette For details see

13 Challenge # 2: Unlocking the Integration Process Value Step 1: Plan the Integration Process COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 13 Life-Cycle Assessments (LCA)

14 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 14 Challenge # 3: Maximizing Customer Value, While Minimizing Waste Steps 1-2: Integrate - Lean Lean Automated Course Co-Creation Opportunities: Lean Concept Lean Tools Value Stream Mapping Kaizen Events Visual Controls 5-S Workplace Organization Mistake Proofing Quick Changeover Total Productive Maintenance. Certification Identify Value Map Value Create Flow Establish Pull Seek Perfection LEAN BO&M Facilities & Management Health Care * Governments Interest Groups Prof. Groups Manufacturing Construction Supply Chain & Transportation Resource Managers

15 Challenge # 4: The Current Means & Motivation Approach COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 15 Governance, Leadership, Partnership & Management, Style Basic to High Level and Continued Education; Lean, Sust., etc Building Codes – i.e.: International Green Construction Code Regulations: Extended Producer Responsibility, Reporting Material & Chemical Bans Standards – i.e.: ISO 14000, 26000, CSAZ782 & 783; UL2799 Product Category Rules & Declarations Product/Project Delivery, Procurement + O&M Policies Fiscal Incentives: i.e. Property & Carbon Tax Building Permit, Challenges: Architecture 2030, Mission 2030, Living Building E-Tools: BIM, Eco-Calculator, GIGA, WasteCap, Waste Saver Process: Integrated Design/Delivery Project/Product Delivery Certifications: BOMA BESt, BREEAM, FSC, Green Globes, LEED Constitutional Rights, Organizing Communities, etc

16 Step Challenge # 4: Integrated Means & Motivation COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 16

17 The Business Future Outlook A brand is a voice, a product is a souvenir, Lisa Ganski COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 17 BUSINESSBRANDCUSTOMERPRODUCERPROPOSITION Extractive Unproductive Extract ValueHeroAdmirerInvisibleProduct Generative Collaborative Shares Value Enablers of Others ParticipantVisibleCollaboration Generative Engaging Unlocks Value in Others Incubator of Others ShareholderSharedJoint Venture Integrative Enabling Unlocks Value Incubator of System Thinkers StakeholderIntegratedPartnership

18 Unlocking and determining the real value in the best people, process and products. Other Resources Waste Water EmissionsMaterials Other Resources WaterEnergy Virgin Materials Sell/Distribute Locally Repair/Reuse Locally Recycle Resource Recovery ‘‘The whole is greater than the sum of its parts’ Aristotle Thanks to system thinkers, we can now start to forecasts the amounts of virgin materials, energy, water and GHGE is substituted by the recovered locally from the waste streams. The zero waste index is a new tool to improve resource and waste management performance

19 The Open Governance Structure Reference: Open Organizational Structure 19 Board of Trustees President/CEO & VP Chief Operating Officer Executive Advisory Board Academic Advisory Board Research Assistants, Researchers & Affiliated Researchers Strategic Focus & Future Orientation Connectivity of Information Conciseness Materiality Stakeholder Relationship Consistency & Comparability Reliability & Completeness Departments HR; Control; Market; IT Executive Committee Research Professors Affiliated Professors Stakeholders LP’s & GP’s Investee Co. Divested Co. Incubators Incubated Co. Start-Ups Entrepreneurs Advisors Governments Developments Agencies Multi-Lateral Organizations Associations Foundations Universities Research Centers Academics Media Others Stakeholders LP’s & GP’s Investee Co. Divested Co. Incubators Incubated Co. Start-Ups Entrepreneurs Advisors Governments Developments Agencies Multi-Lateral Organizations Associations Foundations Universities Research Centers Academics Media Others Integrated Reporting Guiding Principles  Communication System   …..…......… Demands and Recognition ……………..   ………......… Serve & Produce Results …..………….. 

20 How Will it Work? COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 20

21 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 21 AREA OF EXPERTISELEADERCRI Council Role Sustainability & NGO Consulting Renée Gratton, RG Integration, OttawaFounding President, CEO Waste Saver Mobile AppMichael Trevail, ACTT Installation, OttawaCo-Founder & Treasurer CommunicationCathy Rust, BEC Green, MontrealVP/COO Creativity & HealthMarianne Dupont, in tempo design studio, Ottawa Executive Senior Advisor Programming & Planning Penny TurnbullExecutive Senior Advisor Sustainable PlantsBrian Hall, CPCI, OttawaExecutive Senior Advisor Green Products Ryan Dick, GIGA, Shanghaï & MontrealDirector Sustainable DevelopmentAndres Bernal, Ellis Don, TorontoDirector Civil SocietyDr Peter Denton, UNEP, Winnipeg Director Education & Research Dr Mark Gorgolewski, Ryerson ‘U’, TorontoDirector Industrial SymbiosisPeter Laybourn, International Synergies, UKDirector Real PropertyKristen Macken, Colliers InternationalDirector Project ManagementMarie-Andrée Roy, BBPM, OttawaDirector Legal & InfrastructureTeno West, PLDW, White Plaines NYDirector ‘A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves’ Lao Tzu, Chinese Philosopher But you should know who stepped up to the plate

22 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 22 AREA OF EXPERTISELEADERCRI Council Role Stone-TileElizabeth MillarCo-Founder Lean Automated LearningDr. Robert Abel, Automated Learning Corp., OttawaSr Executive Advisor Architecture/DesignArchitectural NGO’s (OAA, ORSA, RAIC, IDC)Partner Prof. Design Gordon Erskine, Erskine Dredge Architects, OttawaSr Executive Advisor Darryl Hood, CSV Architects Sr Executive Advisor SustainabilityJohn David Hutchison, CSV Architects, Ottawa Sr Executive Advisor Energy Stephen Pope, SF Pope Consulting, AthenaSr Executive Advisor Integrated Design & DevelopmentIsabelle Bradbury Architect, NomadimFounding Partner Media Thom Mills, Green Home TVFounding Partner Residential/Commercial DevelopmentAlison Minato & Serge Desjardins, MintoFounding Partner Wood Peter Moonen, Canadian Wood CouncilPartner RoofingTremcoPartner Facilities Management Julie Matthews, Brookfield Johnson ControlsPartner UNEP(UN Env. Progr.)Curt Garrigan, Sustainable Building and Climate InitiativesPartner WasteDavid Newman, International Solid Waste AssociationPartner Master/DesignerSherry White, White Design, OttawaService Provider Strategic Business ManagementDavid Lynch, The Fios Group, GatineauService Provider Mobile AppJudy Richardson, TNPGIService Provider If success is the accomplishment of an aim or a purpose, then we’re well on our way to success; thanks to our friends, partners, collaborators and service providers.

23 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 23 … For more information on the CRI Council or how to become a Partner Visit Call


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