Preparing for the Unexpected: Flexibility and Resilience in Project Design and Delivery
ICCPM Research & Innovation Seminar
8-9 October 2013
Lancaster House, London, United Kingdom
The event theme ‘Preparing for the Unexpected: Flexibility and Resilience in Project Design and Delivery’ resonated with the global audience and provided an excellent platform for the high calibre presenters and presentations; and contributed to the exceptional networking opportunities for attendees. A special thanks to the UK Cabinet Office for hosting this year’s event in collaboration with our sponsors, BAE Systems, Hitachi Rail, Serco Consulting, PM Channel and Lockheed Martin in the prestigious surroundings of Lancaster House.
This year the calibre of presenters and presentations were second to none and truly demonstrated the commitment of individuals and organisations to progressing the research and innovation necessary to advance the management of complexity and complex projects internationally. All of the presentations are available to attendees, ICCPM partners and members and PM Channel subscribers. If you were unable to attend the event please access the presentations at your convenience to share the experience with us. We would like to thank Dr Andrew Delo and the fantastic PM Channel technicians, we are overwhelmed by the quality product you have delivered that will allow those who were unable to attend the opportunity to experience and share in the event through your online offering.
For the last five years a number of significant leaders and institutions from around the globe have supported the need to improve government and industry’s capability to deliver complex endeavours. More importantly, in a world where there has been a plethora of reports on the causes of failure that do nothing more than continue to state the problem, they and their organisations have demonstrated the courage and commitment to do something about effecting real change. The International Centre for Complex Project Management is committed to delivering the networking environment for real international engagement, collaboration and research. This commitment is squarely aimed at improving capability and building capacity to improve delivery of the most complex projects and programmes where ever they may be. Our Research and Innovation Seminars are a demonstration of this commitment and we hope to see you in 2014 at the 5th Research & Innovation Conference!
If you would like more information on this, or future events, please contact Kate Hubbard (email@example.com or +61 2 6120 5110).
The presentations will only be available to members and those that attended the 2013 R&I so you will need to log in to view them. If you have not already registered as a member of ICCPM or delegate at the R&I, please follow the instructions below to create a login:
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The Welcoming and Opening Addresses were given by Stephen Hayes, ICCPM and Dr Norma Wood, UK Cabinet Office.