Project director, Gleeds
David is an active project management practitioner working mainly in the construction sector; leading teams on complex healthcare, education, Nuclear, power production, and defence projects.
He is the chair of the APM Knowledge SIG, and his current research interests include developing new ways to report the value of knowledge on company balance sheets.
Dr Judy Payne
Director, Hemdean Consulting
Judy is an independent practitioner, consultant, researcher, educator and writer specialising in knowledge management. In 2021, she was one of the first to be awarded Knowledge Management Fellowship by CILIP. Judy has a particular interest in knowledge management in project environments. She speaks and has published widely on the subject, including contributions to APM BoK7, the PMI PMBOK® Guide, the Axelos P3O Guide, and the House of PMO Competency Framework. Judy chairs the BSI KM committee and is a member of the ISO working group that produced the KM standard. She is a past director and current Friend of the Henley Forum.
With a long and diverse range of knowledge management experience to draw on, Judy can hold a knowledge lens up to project management stories and help people see opportunities and issues in a different way.
Synopsis: How recognising Knowledge Management can help you deliver better projects
All project work includes knowledge management. Whether you recognise it or not, we guarantee you are already using some knowledge management ideas. We will share some stories to help you recognise the knowledge management you are already doing – and help you appreciate how looking at project work through a knowledge lens can help you deliver better projects. Please set your assumptions and preconceptions aside: this session will change your mind about what knowledge management is and what it can do for you.