Contact: Beverley Jefferson, Australian Institute of Project Management
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Date: 19 August 2016 RSVP: 17 August 2016
12.30 to 1pm - Lunch and Networking
1pm to 2pm - Presentation and Q&A
Intended Audience: Project Managers, IT Specialists
Managing Complex Projects - when technology changes faster than project implementation
About the presentation
This month's AIPM event is a fireside chat about delivering projects that have a relatively long lifecycle, where technological changes may/will impact their delivery. This topic was extracted from feedback collected from a member survey in 2015.
Projects that depend upon technology are rapidly finding that their success is becoming more dependent on strategies for managing potential changes, as well as how realised changes to those technologies are handled. Many projects these days are dependent and therefore impacted by technology, whether it is IT software development, or infrastructure construction, or even organisational processes and systems. Project managers are finding that these changes can no longer be successfully managed by a system of scope change/variation requests; and practical strategies have to be developed during project planning, and maintained through the project's life.
This event will provide a guided forum for attendees to hear about and share their experiences associated with the source of these technological changes, hurdles to avoid or manage, and effective techniques for guiding a project and its project team through.
Brent Feike has more than 20 years in the information technology industry, with a wide range of experience providing enterprise program, project, and client delivery services. He has held a number of senior project and program development and execution roles in a range of sectors, including within organisations such as the Department of Treasury and Finance, Department of Health, CGI, Logica and UTAS.
C.H. Chu has over 20 years in project management and consultant roles, most recently as facilitator, project strategist/advisor and coach to organisations as diverse as government, electricity distribution, renewable energy and operational systems. Chu has spent the last 10 years working as an independent advisor with project managers to drive for full potential in their projects.
Join us at The Tench, also known as The Penitentiary Chapel, corner of Brisbane and Campbell Streets, Hobart.
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Members: $32.50 GST inclusive
Everyone else: $45.00 GST inclusive
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