At the heart of project management is the ability to plan the project and control progress against the plan. This 1 day seminar was organised with the Planning, Monitoring and Control (PMC) SIG (specific interest group), and took a fascinating look at the theory and practice of planning and control.
Starting with our key note speaker Geoff Reiss who looked at portfolios, programmes and projects, other experts then discussed a range of topics, covering both latest thinking, theory and practice. The seminar presented an exciting opportunity to delegates to expand their knowledge and understanding of planning and control.
Presentations from the seminar can be found below:
Geoff Reiss - "Portfolios, programmes and projects. Delivering one version of the truth: a case study"
Carolyn Limbert - "Complex project management"
Andrew Langridge - "Cost estimating and risk in complex projects"
Stephen Jones - "Earned value and agile"
David Insley, BMTHiQSigma - "Delivering urgent projects - management and system engineering challenges"
Gary Palmer - "An introduction to critical chain project management"