Preparing for projects in a Post-Pandemic World webinar series
As project managers, we tend to treat projects with a strongly ‘mechanistic’ approach: the work can be broken down, executed and controlled as a series of interlocking parts. This is the technical, engineering-based conceptualisation, derived from the roots of the subject. While acknowledging the many benefits of this view, mindful project management ventures beyond this mechanistic approach, into the unknown and the unexpected. This webinar presented on Friday 15 May 2020 critically reviewed the key practices of risk management and scenario planning, and their suitability to take us to and beyond the risk horizon.
Elmar has very kindly allowed his presented material to be made available for viewing.
The webinar recording is on YouTube and also embedded below for reference. The audience engaged during the webinar using Mentimeter presentation software and their responses are available to view.
This webinar is suitable for professionals with an advanced level of experience.
Dr. Elmar Kutsch
has interests, both privately and professionally, that revolve around management of the unexpected. Elmar's first real exposure to the rather paradoxical world of uncertainty began in 1998. Working for one of the biggest IT service providers in Germany, Elmar was responsible for the successful delivery of a number of large projects, including major roll-out and outsourcing strategies. His passion for the management of risk and uncertainty in projects then led him to pursue a career in academia. He served as a Lecturer in Operations Management at the University of Surrey and has been at Cranfield since 2007.
In 2017, he received the Cranfield SOM Teaching and Learning Faculty award for excellence in researching, developing, delivering and publishing impactful case studies. He is a visiting Professor at IéSEG (France), and publishes widely on aspects of Risk Management, Resilience and High Reliability Organisations.
Amplify Strategy Execution Software for benefits-led portfolio management.
Previously, during a 25-year police service career, Merv Wyeth performed a mix of operational and support roles, including PPM and business change and developed his passion for benefits management.He is a Better Business Case, Open Strategies and Managing Benefits practitioner.
Merv is Secretary and communications lead to Association for Project Management Benefits and Value Specific Interest Group, and a fellow of APM. He is a co-facilitator on the Government Project Delivery Community Network (GovPDC) and the lead for PMI UK Digital Events Team.
Jonathan Norman has 30 years’ exp
Since 2017, Jonathan has managed the Major Projects Knowledge Hub on behalf of the Major Projects Association and facilitates a wide range of events and activities around the knowledge repository and community of practice it supports.
APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference