||ENGINUITY Competitions provide management and leadership training
that is relevant and appropriate for construction professionals worldwide.
Participants are given the opportunity to experience the challenges that face their corporate management on a daily basis, and pits them against their colleagues and peers in a unique business management challenge.
Using a sophisticated computer simulation, competing teams are given the task of managing a fledgling UK-based GLOBAL CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS from 2020 onwards.
Operating in a global economy based upon the ‘real world’, there are WORLD EVENTS, economic, political and environmental, that can impact upon the business, and the ENGINUITY NEWS NETWORK (ENN) provides the latest world news headlines.
There are jobs, clients, rival competitors, risks and people worldwide, and the success or failure of the business depends entirely on the decisions each team makes in a number of key business areas.
Do you and your colleagues have the Management and Leadership skills to run a GLOBAL Construction Business, and do so better than your peers in the Industry ?
The search has begun to find the ENGINUITY 2020 Champions.
CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)
As well as building team working skills, and giving teams the opportunity to compete against colleagues and people from other companies and countries, the Competition is an inspirational professional development tool, for both internal management and graduate training programmes, and as a vehicle for building credits towards accreditation of an external institution.
Only £300 per team (maximum of 6 people) to encourage and enable sponsors to enter multiple entries.
Prizes include cash and personally engraved crystal awards.
|MSc Construction Project Management from the School of the Built Environment at
Birmingham City University are taking part in an Enginuity Competition
as part of their module 'Business Management', delivered by the
International College of Business and Technology in Sri Lanka.
(further details for Cohort 1)
(further details for Cohort 2)
|Postgraduate students from the School of Civil Engineering and Surveying (SCES)
at the University of Portsmouth are playing an
Enginuity Competition from October 2019 to February 2020.
|Balfour Beatty, one of the world's leading international construction groups,
are playing an Enginuity Competition as part of their Graduate Development Programme from September through
to November 2019.
|Undergraduate students from the School of the Built Environment at
Oxford Brookes University are playing an
Enginuity Competition during October and November 2019.
|Mercury Engineering, an international provider of engineering solutions
within the construction industry, are playing an Enginuity Competition as part of their
Graduate Development Programme from October 2019 until February 2020.