What is Project Management really, and is it still relevant in the 21st Century?
Project Management is a relatively new profession which grew out of the recognition of what was required to successfully deliver the complex projects that emerged during the 20th Century. The profession has a globally recognised body of knowledge and certification standards to assess knowledge and experience of practitioners.
Disruptions to business are affecting the current and future enterprise. The panel will consider what these disruptions mean for the idea of projects and the project management professionals. Will project management survive as it is now or will it need to transform? What will that transformation look like? What skills will the future project manager require? How can project managers help South Australian businesses grow and adapt their businesses for the future?
Glenn RG Jones
Glenn is Global Head of Program Management Office (PMO) responsible for the management of the project and program portfolio driving policy, procedure and methodology across the Cobham Aviation Services Sector...
Jacqueline Jepson works as the Program Director for the Masters in Project Management (OUA) and On-campus at the University of SA and lectures in Project Risk Management/Strategy for master’s level students.
She is c...
Jaye Tucker has a passion for Portfolio Management and Continuous Improvement. Utilising these skills and focusing on delivery she fundamentally understands the impact this has on a positive work culture and achieving the st...
Nick Stillwell is the General Manager of Stillwell Management Consultants and Stillwell Select Recruitment and his primary focus day-to-day is in Executive and Contract Recruitment. Based in Adelaide but operating nation...
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