Op donderdag 27 augustus a.s. verzorgen Richard Pharro en Stephan Brendel van APMG een online kennissessie (Engelstalig).
We have always been busy exchanging ideas about the future of project management. But has it really gone better?
Aren’t we rather hiding behind standards and missing important elements that had been crucial to success in the past?
Why has the London Crystal Palace been built in time and budget? Why did Berlin fail with their recent airport, but built one of the largest in the 1920s? Why did Rotterdam succeed with Maasvlakte 2? What is it that made the difference from engineering during the Roman Empire until today?
We will have a conversation about the top factors that influence challenged and failed projects and those that made projects successful. Using examples from history and today there is something for all of us to learn from.
Richard Pharro is the founder and CEO of APMG International, the award winning examination institute which accredits training and consulting organizations to deliver courses from its broad portfolio of professional training certifications. Richard is an experienced Civil Engineer having worked on projects in the UK and the Middle East. He was a member of the Programme Management Team responsible for the re-development of the London Docklands in the 1980s. Prior to APMG, was a member of the IPMA Board and previous Vice Chairman of the Association for Project Management (APM).
Stephan Brendel is Regional Manager for Europe of APMG. He started his career in IT with IBM and held management positions within GE Capital before he ran a consulting firm in Germany with a focus on ITIL® and PRINCE2®. Stephan is Vice Chairman of the BPUG in Germany.
17:00 - 17:05 Welkom en introductie