International conference MISBE2011

20 June 2011 - 23 June 2011
location: Beurs van Berlage | Amsterdam
by M&C

Department of Real Estate and Housing faculty of Architecture to organise a conference on management innovation for a sustainable built environment.

At MISBE2011 building professionals, researchers and students meet and discuss on recent developments in building and construction influences and how they alter the roles of the participants and organizations in the building industry. The department of Real Estate and Housing of the faculty of Architecture TU Delft is one of the organizing parties.


The international conference Management and Innovation for a Sustainable Built Environment (MISBE) stimulates and facilitates international cooperation and information exchange in building and construction research and innovation and technology development. It is engaged in the scientific, technical, economic and social domains related to building and construction, supporting improvements in the building process and the performance of the built environment.

MISBE 2011

Management innovation for a sustainable built environment

The main theme of the 2011 conference is Management Innovation for a Sustainable Built Environment. The conference provides a challenging forum and vibrant opportunity for researchers and practitioners to share their research perspectives, research results and experiences on specific new challenges and emerging issues in practice.

In workshops the following specific themes will be carried out:

  • Sustainable transformation
  • Innovations in (strategic) urban planning
  • Supply chain integration & collaboration
  • Selecting partners and organizing collaboration
  • TG81 Global construction data
  • Social innovation & participation
  • Deconstructing organisational paradoxes
  • TG76 - Recognising Innovation. Workshop – “Enabling Step-Change Construction Improvements”


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MISBE 2011 is organised by the Department of Real Estate & Housing, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, in association with AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning) and ENHR (European Network for Housing Research).

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