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How can we go about effectively measuring our impact and setting realistic targets on projects and as organisations? In this session, Tom Hesslenberg and Ian Poole will show how we can assist clients with setting science based targets based targets that incorporate policy, regulations, standards and planning requirements. They will share the context and introduce our overarching strategic consultancy that ties all these elements together into an actionable framework.

Too Little. Too Late. – Session 4: Target Setting

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
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Elliott Wood

About Elliott Wood are no ordinary engineers. We are activists for a new kind of engineering profession in which our craft is re-evaluated by clients and collaborators and becomes pivotal to the design process. This paradigm shift relies on a combination of both technical and creative thinking. Engineering is often about the unseen: much of what we do is hidden. Our intent is to explain and demystify this, uncovering the invisible workings of any structure. This way, we can reveal the hidden opportunities in a project, making the engineering work harder for our clients and materialising previously unidentified assets to make a positive impact. By revealing the unseen we can make a difference far beyond the nuts and bolts. We can engineer a better society.
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