management

Using the ISO 37101 sustainable city management method
Un travail associant 51 pays a permis de définir une méthode de définition et de mise en œuvre de stratégies urbaines intégrées, robustes et agiles : la norme de management ISO 37101, publiée en 2016.
 
La méthode internationale ISO 37101 est un instrument de management puissant qui permet de maximiser les retombées d'un projet politique de développement territorial durable.

A l'échelle d'un projet, elle permet de renforcer la vision stratégique du projet, et favorise la collaboration et l'engagement des équipes. A une échelle élargie, elle facilite les échanges d'expériences...
Work involving 51 countries has led to the definition of a method to define and implement integrated, robust and agile urban strategies: the ISO 37101 management standard, published in 2016.
 
The international ISO 37101 method is a powerful management tool that maximises the benefits of a sustainable regional development policy project.

At the individual project level, it reinforces the strategic vision of the project and promotes collaboration and commitment among teams. On a broader scale, it facilitates the exchange of experience through a shared vocabulary and common methods.

The Ministry of Ecological Transition supports the use of this method by national and local institutions as evidenced by the EcoCité approach, which aimed in 2018 to conduct an experiment to use ISO 37101 with 5 pilot ÉcoCités, with a view to designing training in the integrated management of sustainable urban projects.
 
Agency 360 provides:
 
  • a project management assistance mission for the ministry (with XN Conseil, Neoclide, Efficacity and CEREMA),
  • uses it on a daily basis on its urban design and project management missions, within its training (engineering and management of smart cities in Bridges and Roads),
  • and participates in the development of this method within the national commission for sustainable and intelligent cities and regions (CNVTDI) of AFNOR (French Standards Association).
"Transition Management" dossier
Comment les élus et les chefs de projet prennent leur part et contribuent à l’accélération de la transition écologique, énergétique et sociale ?
Comment les organisations territoriales intègrent dans leur fonctionnement les approches globales et transversales qu’impliquent ces politiques de transition ?
Décalons notre regard et transformons nos contraintes, nos freins en opportunités ! Ce dossier est fait pour interpeller, illustrer, donner des repères, mettre à jour des processus vertueux. Il détaille des expériences inspirantes avec leur lot de satisfactions et quelques difficultés rencontrées.
How do elected officials and project managers play their part and help speed up the ecological, energy and social transition?
How do regional organisations integrate the comprehensive, cross-cutting approaches involved in these transition policies into their operations?
Let's shift our gaze and change our constraints and brakes into opportunities! This dossier is made to challenge, illustrate, provide benchmarks and update virtuous processes. It details inspiring experiences with their share of satisfactions and some of the difficulties encountered.
Le projet GELITRA « Solutions innovantes pour le transport de marchandises »

GELITRA (GEstion LIvraison TRAfic) répond à un besoin simple : éviter définitivement et à chaque instant, tout stationnement et congestion des espaces de circulation par les engins, à proximité des accès des chantiers. GELITRA est une gestion dynamique du trafic vers les chantiers. La régulation est structurée et optimisée par une solution numérique développée par ARTELIA pour le chantier des Halles. Les résultats de GELITRA sur ce chantier, parmi les plus importants du monde et dans un des centres urbains les plus denses, sont manifestes. Aucun riverain ne s’est plaint d’une quelconque occupation de la voirie par un véhicule de chantier...

GELITRA (French acronym standing for Management, Delivery and Traffic) addresses a simple need: to definitively avoid the parking and traffic congestion of vehicles near access points to construction sites at all times. GELITRA is a dynamic method for managing traffic caused by construction sites.

Traffic control is structured and optimised by a digital device developed by Artelia for the Halles construction site (Paris). GELITRA managed to achieve visible results in the context of this construction site, which is located in one of the densest urban centres and forms one of the biggest construction sites in the world. No residents have complained about any road use by a vehicle from the construction site, including during peak periods where a thousand workers and hundreds of lorries were operating alongside the 750 000 daily passengers in the Halles. Our solution relies on the development of a construction site management app which makes it possible to divert problems stemming from the management of construction site machines and vehicles towards a separate control area. This area is not residential, free from any neighbours (for the Halles, it was a space located near the Louvre, on the banks of the Seine), and yet close to the construction site (within a 500 to 800-metre radius).