ICCPM Knowledge Sharing Forum
Canberra, Monday 26 February 2018
Learn from influential leaders and practitioners at our next ICCPM Knowledge Sharing Forum! Contribute to the improvement of program and project delivery.
REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.
Please contact us if you would like to register for the event.
Our panel and industry speakers will discuss how government and industry recommended changes in the Defence First Principles Review can be leveraged from a structure and project/program design and execution perspective to deliver better outcomes. You can learn how Defence is changing its engagement approach to leverage industry better practices and increase opportunities for collaboration, innovation and knowledge sharing with the aim of achieving better results particularly on their most complex programs.
This half day event will not only provide you with insights on how to work better in the Defence environment, it will also provide valuable learning that is transferable into the non-Defence specific environment. Our engaging program also provides the opportunity
to meet your peers, build collaborative relationships and exchange information during the day.
Who should attend?
· Anyone who has an interest in improving project and program delivery from any sector;
· Anyone working with or interested in working with Defence and Defence Industry projects and programs
The Mercure Hotel Canberra, Limestone & Ainslie Ave, Braddon, ACT
0830 Registration and welcome coffee
0900 Welcome and Introductions (ICCPM) - Acting CEO Collin Smith
0910 Welcome – Alicia Aitken ICCPM Chair
0930 Industry as a Fundamental input to Capability the UK Experience – Tim Banfield, ICCPM Fellow (UK)
1000 Morning break
1030 CASG speaker - Kim Gillis – The CASG Experience, progress, performance and lessons
1100 Industry Speaker – Mr Chris Smith, Boeing Defence Australia – A Defence Industry perspective, how does being a FIC affect project/program delivery
1130 Panel (Mr Chris Otley-Doe (Accenture), Mr Mark Remmers (CASG), Ms Sonia Cain (BAE Systems), Boyd McCarron (Cordelta); Mr Collin Smith (Moderator)
1230 Lunch and Networking
The Mercure, Limestone Ave & Ainslie, Braddon ACT 2618