On Demand Webinar and Online Learning

Keeping up with industry updates, latest research, and advances in the project management profession can be consuming.  Our Lunch n’ Learn Webinars explore the hot topics  in quick 45-60 minute sessions and are easily accessible.

To help you sharpen your knowledge and help keep you up to date, ICCPM has teamed up with industry leading project professionals, senior leaders and recognised academics, to share their knowledge and experiences.  Topics may include: –

  • Bite-sized training – ‘101’ style to give an introductory understanding of the topic being discussed;

  • Interviews;

  • Best Practice Case Studies – we delve into successful project teams and organisations;

  • Research Updates;

  • ICCPM services information.

Benefits of Lunch n’ Learn

  • Hear from recognised project professionals across different fields and specialisations.

  • An interactive experience – Opportunity to have your questions answered by the pros!

  • Flexibility to access learning from anywhere in the world.

  • Can’t tune in live? All webinars are recorded. Register and access them at a time that suits you!

Upcoming Learning

Approaches to Risk Management and Mission Assurance, presented by Dr. Phil Crosby
September 2019 

Dr Phil Crosby is an ICCPM Fellow and major project specialist, with experience in long range strategic planning and risk management of large-scale complex projects. As an experienced business strategist, Phil has supported the delivery of major projects in industry and government, including the ongoing Square Kilometre Array (SKA) mega-science project.

Phil was a member of the CSIRO Leadership Team at the Australia Telescope National Facility and continues to support the success of CSIRO major projects as a CSIRO Fellow, and Chair of CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science’s (CASS) Project Review Board. Between 2009 and 2011, Phil was seconded to the SKA Program Development Office in the University of Manchester (UK), responsible for the development and implementation of industry engagement plans, and support of SKA procurement strategies. He also spent time close to the Australian SKA site in Western Australia as the CSIRO Assistant Director (WA) with responsibility for CASS’s executive level interactions with State Government, WA astronomy institutes, and industry.

Phil’s PhD research focussed on improving success in high-technology mega-projects. This research, in conjunction with his experience in risk management and mission assurance is making a valuable contribution to CSIRO new space activities and their increased engagement with start-ups.

Phil currently Chairs the Space Industry Advisory Council and sits on the ICCPM Advisory Board.

Register here.

Complexity 101 – by ICCPM
03 April 2019 | 11.30AM AEDT & 04 September 2019 | 02.30PM AEST

This webinar aims to build on the skills and knowledge of people working within the field of people management or project/program management, raising awareness of the types of complexities faced by organisations.  You will be introduced to to some basic terminology and concepts around the work environment and how best to respond.  Find out more and register.

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Past Webinars

Complexity 101 – by ICCPM
03 April 2019 

This webinar aims to build on the skills and knowledge of people working within the field of people management or project/program management, raising awareness of the types of complexities faced by organisations.  You will be introduced to to some basic terminology and concepts around the work environment and how best to respond.  Find out more and register.

Project Leaders as Humble Iconoclasts, presented by Dr. Kaye Remington
14th of March 2019 

In preparation for her book Leading Complex Projects, Kaye and her research team interviewed over 100 successful senior project leaders. These highly successful project leaders consistently exhibited certain key characteristics and behaviours. In this webinar Kaye discusses some of the outstanding characteristics that  distinguished those leaders.  Find out more.

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