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2019 FINAL PROGRAM RELEASED.

Keynote presentations.

We have a great mix of Australian and international keynote speakers scheduled for Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning
and a locknote on Wednesday afternoon. Several have already been announced, with more exciting announcements to come soon.

Stream presentations

This year we will be running five parallel streams, timed to allow delegates to change streams at each break. The only issue is deciding which stream you will be attending.

Defence Project Management
For the first time we are streaming presentations from various elements of the defence community. The selected and
invited speakers in this stream will be focusing on the challenges of delivering major high-tech projects. Speakers include: Mr Ciril Karo, Mr Stephen McDonald, Mr Kym Henderson (PGCS), Ms Chloe Kempster (CASG), Mr Andrew Goodwin (CASG), Dr Shari Soutberg (Uni of NSW)

Engineering and Infrastructure
Australia is at the start of a major infrastructure boom. Speakers in this stream from both the government and private sector will focus on public infrastructure projects, their challenges and how governance is delivered at each tier of Government.
Speakers include: Prof. Kerry London (Western Sydney University), Mr Ben Du Bois (DIRDC), Mr Stephen Flynn (Verstand Group), Mr Simon Vaux (TfNSW). see program below for more speakers

Systems Engineering
Projects are becoming larger and more complex requiring new approaches to achieve successful delivery. This stream focuses on the interface between systems engineering and project management with a significant IT component.
Speakers include: Prof. Charles Keating (USA), Mr Glen Alleman (USA), Mr James Bawtree (PMLogic), Mr Mahmoud Efatmaneshni (SESA), Dr Keith Joiner, Dr Rani Yesudas, and an International Panel Session. see program below for more speakers

Academic stream
Advances in the discipline of project and program governance, management and control. Speakers include: Prof. Vernon Ireland, Mr Collin Smith (ICCPM), Dr Raymond Young, Dr Li Qiao and selected finalists in the Walt Lipke Awards.

Education stream
A regular fixture in our program, the education stream is designed for give project professional's an insight to aspects of the overall discipline that sits outside of their normal work - these sessions help you grow your overall knowledge of the discipline. A series of 'double sessions' will cover:

*Controlling Agile

*Implementing AS/ISO 21508 Earned Value in project and programme management

*Deriving Certainty from Uncertainty - value from project risk and contingency management

Day 1  Day 2  Day 3  Full Program

Thursday 22nd August, 2019

8:15am - 12:00pm

Registration

9:00am - 5:00pm

10:30am

Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea to be served during the day.

Walt Lipke Award

Short listed finalists for 2019.

Professor Shankar Sankaran - A Model for Organizational Project Management and its Validation
Mr Saeed Munir - Project Benefits Realization- Academics Aspiration or Practitioners Nightmare
Dr Saeed Shalbafan & Ms Kim Ballestrin - A Framework to Manage Uncertainty in Early Planning of Projects, an ICT Project


Day 1 and Day 2:
Continuing professional development - CPD and PDU's

- AIPM Members earn up to 10 points for attending the conference (2 points per hour to a maximum of 10).

- PMI members earn 1 PDUs per hour to a maximum of 12 for the 2 days; allocation across the PMI
Talent Triangle® will depend on the sessions you attend.

A certificate of attendance will be provided to all delegates.

Day 3:
Continuing professional development - CPD and PDU's

- AIPM Members earn up to 10 points for attending a PGCS Masterclass.

- PMI members earn 6 PDUs by attending a PGCS Masterclass; allocation across the PMI Talent Triangle® will depend on the Masterclass you attend.

A certificate of attendance will be provided to all delegates.

Partners

Bronze Partner

EPM Partners

Supporters

Symposium Supporter

Chartered Institute of Building

Risk Decisions

Systems Engineering Society of Australia

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