Date: 09 June, 2020
Time: 11:00am-12:00pm AEST
Registrations close: 08 June, 2020
Format: Webinar – Delivered Online
Price: $45 non-members, $31.50 members incl. GST
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COVID-19 is causing a digital workplace transformation by forcing us to work as distributed organisations. In the past, this has been ‘played with’ by many organisations but few have had the courage, commitment and leadership to make it real. Suddenly, it’s all happening simply because it must. Business and society may benefit long term from this forced experience.
Now is also a good time to reflect on our commitment to complex project management. Are we talking the talk but not really committing to transforming how we think about, lead and manage complex projects? Do our governance structures, accountabilities and leadership behaviours match the needs of complex programs and projects? There is ample anecdotal evidence that this is very often not the case.
Facilitated by Dr Richard Barber, this webinar challenges program and project leaders to face up to this reality and the opportunity that COVID-19 presents. With participants, he will explore how COVID-19 provides a moment in time to learn, adapt and transform project management. Arising from this webinar you will:
This webinar follows a webinar on the 2nd June Circle the wagons for survival or lead the charge to win?
This is a live repeat session of the same webinar held on 12th May, 2020.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Dr Richard Barber
Dr Richard Barber is the Managing Director of RiskIQ and the Facilitator of ICCPM’s Manage Risk and Decision Making in Complex Environments Workshop. His interest and expertise in risk and decision making began during his 29 years with the Australian Army, where he held senior leadership roles in engineering, logistic, training and projects. He is the architect of “Organisational Risk Leadership” a modern applied system thinking approach to risk management with a strong focus on the quality of the work done before decisions are taken.
- Non-ICCPM Members: $45.00 incl. GST
- ICCPM Members: $31.50 incl. GST
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