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Competent people create project success! Competent practitioners have the ability to apply knowledge effectively in the context of their project.
Stream 1: Delivering complex projects and programs. This stream focuses on the challenges of delivering major projects and programs in a complex environment. The knowledge needed to build the foundations for successful delivery include an appreciation of systems engineering, complex project management and risk management supported by the skills needed to navigate a major project or program through to a successful conclusion. Papers in this stream will include case studies and practical presentations focused on the skills and techniques needed to craft success.
Stream 1 is supported by the ICCPM.
Stream 2: Controlling projects and programs. This stream focuses on the tools, techniques and technology needed to deliver successful projects and programs ranging from DevOps and Agile to EVM and CPM. The tools and techniques used for project controls are continuing to evolve. papers in this stream will cover the latest
enhancements in the three core focuses of an effective controls system, estimating and controlling costs, planning and managing the use of time and resources, and measuring performance to achieve success.
Stream 2 is supported by PC Expo and ICEAA
Stream 3: Governance and stakeholders . This stream focuses on designing and governing organizations to deliver the broader aspects of project and program success, including benefits realization, sustainability, social and economic responsibility, STS (socio-technical transition to sustainability), diversity, and developing and managing the skilled people needed to engage effectively with stakeholders to deliver project and program success.
Thursday 24th August, 2023
9:00am - 5:00pm
International Masterclass #1Converting a Project Master Schedule into an analysis schedule – tips, tricks and techniques to prepare for a full Joint Confidence Level (JCL) Analysis
Ryan Bettinger, Technical Manager, Tecolote Research, Inc. USA
International Masterclass #2Realizing benefits from change – The role of change management as the key enabler for benefits realization
Rasmus Rytter & Helena Bograd, Implement Consulting Group, Denmark
International Masterclass #3Integrated performance management analysis. To include SE Technical performance measures, Risk Management, and Cost and schedule metrics
Gordon Kranz, President, Enlightened Integrated Program Management, LLC USA
To help you choose which stream to attend the following classifications are used:
• (Ac) Academic (research papers)
• (Ag) Agile and ICT (including DevOps, scrum etc.)
• (Be) Benefits realisation including sustainable outcomes
• (CD) Case study – Defence
• (CI) Case study – Industry
• (Fu) Fusion skills (interpersonal skills, competencies, and teams)
• (Go) Governance
• (PT) Project Controls – Time management / Scheduling
• (P$) Project Controls – Cost / Estimating
• (EV) Project Controls – EVM & ES
• (Te) Technical
• (-) Not classified
Continuing Professional Development
PGCS provide delegates with a statement of attendance that is accepted by many professional organisations including:
PMI PDUs: 1 PDU per hour spent in a conference session or Masterclass
AIPM CPD Points:
Attending the Symposium (A03) 2 points per hour (maximum of 10 points)
Attending a Masterclass (B08) 2 points per hour (maximum of 12 points for six Hrs.)
ICCEA recertification points: Two points to CCEAs who report having attended PGCS.