Programme management and the benefits/requirements for Blockchain webinar
Taking programme management into the future: Implementing blockchain technology and what it requires
Digital technologies, such as blockchain, deliver efficiencies and aim to move the programme and project management world into the 4th Industrial revolution. This webinar explores the benefits and requirements for implementing blockchain.
Blockchain technology is progressing rapidly in a number of other industries, like banking, insurance etc. Many of the technology’s characteristics could also be used to support the management and delivery of programmes of work and therefore projects.
Blockchain drives operational efficiencies by removing intermediaries, minimising time and effort spent on admin, record keeping and transaction reconciliation.
When combined with other initiatives, such as storing of design / drawings on the cloud, smart contracts, collaborative working, standard project management structures, etc., it can support the efficient delivery of projects as well as programmes of work.
Another driver for implementing digital technologies is the Government’s ‘Construction Sector Deal’ policy (Jul 2018). This sets out the level of efficiencies to be delivered by the industry and specifies deploying these technologies as one of the strategies to accomplish this.
During the webinar it looks at a specific programme of works environment, considers the issues and limitations and the steps taken during its transformation. Then the benefits of blockchain will be presented and how it could be used to improve the delivery of the programme of works. Following this, the requirements of implementing blockchain are considered.
Dr Dimitris Antoniadis PhD, FAPM, FCMI, FAPM
Dimitris has 30 years experience in Programme and Project Management positions having covered project phases from concept to handover and operation / maintenance.
Currently he is Director of DAnton progm and also Director of Programme and Project Management, PMO Services at Proc-Global.
He held Senior Management posts in major utilities, infrastructure and construction organisations delivering programmes of works such as, Egnatia Odos (£3.2Bn), Southern Water Capital programme (c£1.5Bn), Thames Water Engineering Capital programme (c£1Bn), BAA-Heathrow East Terminal (£1.4Bn), Nottingham Building Schools for the Future (£250M).
As Head of PMO he has set up and run the departments within challenging partnering environments.
He has also led / co-led major business transformation programmes.
He is the author of the book ‘Demystifying Project Control’ (published in 2018), a guest lecturer/speaker on various project management topics at UK Universities and International conferences and also reviewer on various project management journals.
He was awarded the PhD, from Loughborough University, UK, for his research on the subject of ‘Managing Complexity in Project Teams’ and has written a number of journal and conference papers and contributed chapters in books on complexity, leadership and other project management topics.
Parts of his work can be seen in www.danton-progm.co.uk
This webinar is suitable for professionals with an intermediate level of experience.
Dimitris has very kindly allowed his presented material to be made available for viewing.
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