Daily Agenda at a Glance - PMI Global Congress 2015—EMEA

Daily Agenda at a Glance
Subject to Change
Monday - 11 May 2015
“Envisioning Long Term Goals”
07.00 - 18.00
Registration Open
08.00 - 09.00
Morning Coffee
09.00 - 10.30
Opening Plenary Session and Keynote Address featuring Margaret Heffernan
10.30 - 10.45
Transition Break
10.45 – 17:30
Areas of Focus Educational Sessions
Benefits Realisation
Management and Project
Success – Analysis of UK, USA
and Brazil
Project Portfolio Goes to Public
Sector: A Change Driver to Pass
Through Complexity
PMO Evolution: From the Origin to
the Future
Positive Leadership In Project
Organisational Project
Management – Why Improve?
A Case Study of Successful
Construction Project Teams
Presented by
Accenture & Reply Ltd
Presented by
Blue Marble Enterizes Inc
Presented by
Joseph A. Sopko Consulting, LLC
Presented by
University of Hull
Presented by
Lloyd’s Register
12.00 - 13.00
Presented by
13.00 - 14.15
Business Intelligent PMOs Run
on Impeccable Processes - How?
Retaining Top PPPM Talent When
You Have No Authority
Business Analysis/Project
Management Friction, and How to
Overcome It
Being a Project Manager:
Identity and Performance
Strategic Change? Programme
Management Can Help (Panel)
Presented by
Global Strategy Solutions
Presented by
IPS Learning
Presented by
Making Projects Work Ltd
Presented by
Charles Smith Consulting
Presented by
Valense Ltd, Roads and
Transportation Authority, Rolls
Royce, Airbus
10.45 - 12.00
Presented by
Improving Outcomes Through
Change Management: Integrating
Tools to the Project Manager
14.15 - 14.30
Transition Break
14.30 - 15.45
How to Understand Project
Stakeholders for Project Success
The Special Challenges of Project
Management Under Fixed-Price
Balancing Quality and Requirements
in Projects and Programmes :
Current Research Findings
Making Better, More Responsive
Can PMO Support MidCompanies in Globalisation
Getting a Grip: Implementing a
Common Project Management
Strategy in 50 Very Different
Presented by
ICF International
Presented by
Drexel University
Presented by
National Bank of Abu Dhabi
Presented by
Exprivia Spa
Presented by
15.45 - 16.15
Presented by
BUCERO PM Consulting
Afternoon Break
16.15 - 17.30
Your Leadership Actions Shape
Your Legacy
Scheduling Optimisation with Line
of Balance and Start-to-Finish
You can’t fix all Project Problems at
the Level of the Project: Rethinking
Organisational Capability
Socio-Cultural Enablers for Agile
Project Management
Delivering Strategy: What
Matters Most, Capability or
Storytelling: How to Engage
Stakeholders As Never Before
Presented by
Presented by
United Nations, Construtora Placic
Presented by
Said Business School,
British University in Dubai
Presented by
Hokkaido University,
Wacom Co., Ltd.
Presented by
Human Systems International
Presented by
Northeastern University
17.30 - 19.30
Grand Opening Reception, Exhibition Hall and Bookstore Open
Tuesday - 12 May 2015
“Setting Short Term Goals”
07.45 - 18.00
Registration Open
08.00 - 08.30
Morning Coffee
08.30 - 9.30
Plenary Session and Keynote Address featuring Parag Khanna
09.30 - 9.45
Transition Break
10.00 - 16.00
Exhibition Hall and Bookstore Open
09.45 – 17.00
09.45 - 11.00
Areas of Focus Educational Sessions
Managing Change in
Organisations: One Size Does
Not Fit All
Conquering Chaos:
Leadership Mindset and
Skills to Create a
Collaborative Culture
Presented by
Projectivity Solutions
Why Programme
Management is Essential
for IT Projects
Achieving Strategic Organisation
Objectives Through a PMO
A Tale of Two Cities - A
Change Management
Agility is Not Just for
Projects: Crafting the Agile
Presented by
Royal Commission for JUBAIL
Presented by
Afrissance, African
Development Bank
Presented by
Valense Ltd.
Presented by
Presented by
IPS Learning
Presented by
PM Skills
11.00 - 11.30
Presented by
North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO)
Optimising Governance Systems
for the Management of
Programme and Project
Presented by
Programmatic Sciences LLC
Vision To Value and
Aligning Projects to
Corporate Strategy
Presented by
eCameron, Inc
Project Management In Transition
Economies: Opportunities And
Professional Development With
The European Bank For
Reconstruction And Development
(EBRD) (Panel)
The Six Essential Skills
that Define PM Leaders
12.45 - 14.00
14.00 - 15.15
Culturally Intelligent Change
What will Project Teams
Look Like in 2020?
Making Risk Facilitation
Agile Strategy Management from
Implementation to Governance
with People Focus
To Manage a Project Is
To Sell That Project,
Every Single Day
Presented by
Presented by
Ericsson, Bournemouth
Presented by
The Risk Doctor Partnership
Presented by
Slyngso Informatique S.à.r.l.
Presented by
BRISK Business Inc.
Bullying on Projects: Identifying
and Addressing the Challenges
Using PMI Standards to
Create an IndustryLeading Methodology in a
Global Organisation
The Importance of Security
Requirements Elicitation
and How to do it
Presented by
Insurance Corporation of British
Columbia, Boutique Safaris Ltd.
Presented by
P3M Global, Orange
Presented by
Samsung Electronics
15.45 - 17.00
17.00 - 18.00
Young Professionals Track
09.45 – 17.00
Business Analysis Plan
(BAP) - Planning for
Project Success!
Presented by
Business Analysts Pty
Building a Career in
Project Management: Key
Insights from Industry and
Government (Panel)
Presented by
Hewlett-Packard, IBM,
UAE-ITA Road Transport,
Thomson Reuters
Morning Break
11.30 - 12.45
15.15 - 15.45
Business Analyst Track
09.45 – 17.15
Beyond On-Time and
Outcome Measurement
for Solution Delivery
Presented by
Top Five To Seven,
Immediately Improve
Your Projects by
Implementing Visual
Requirements Models
Presented by
Stakeholder Engagement:
The Importance of
Understanding and
Managing the Needs of
Stakeholders (Workshop)
Presented by
“What Would You Do?”Lessons Learned through
Teachable Moments
Presented by
Kunoch Limited
Afternoon Break
Evening Reception
Build Organisational Capability to
Improve Strategy Implementation
- Enterprise Change Management
(ECM) and Organizational Project
Management (OPM)
Presented by
Tiba Managementberatung
To Have or Not to Have
a PMO?
Presented by
Hewlett Packard
Networking in the Digital
Age (Workshop)
Presented by
Kunoch Limited
Wednesday - 13 May 2015
“Adopting Immediate Goals”
08.15 - 17.00
Registration Open
08.30 - 09.00
Morning Coffee
10.00 - 14.00
Exhibition Hall and Bookstore Open
09.00 – 14:45
09.00 - 10.15
Areas of Focus Educational Sessions
You Know Your IQ, But What's Your CQ:
Developing Change Intelligence (CQ) to
Engage Sponsors, Wow the Workforce, and
Partner Across Levels to Make Change Stick
Presented by
Change Catalysts, LLC
Agile Change Portfolio Management
Complexity in Projects, Programmes and
Portfolios: An Engineering Systems
Closing the Generation Gap Within the
South African Project Management
How to Choose the Right PMO Tool to
Maximise Business Value
Presented by
Deutsche Bank, HSBC & Avner Ltd
Presented by
Denmark Technical University
Presented by
Presented by
Ajman University, YASH Technology
Pvt Ltd.
Stop Reacting-It's too Late! Start to
Anticipate! Use a Proper Project Budget
Structure as an Early Warning System
Integrating Cost, Scope, and Risks
The Importance of What is at Stake in
Megaprojects: The Case of MOSE
Investment to Protect Venice
Presented by
10.15 - 10.45
Morning Break
10.45 - 12.00
Mastering Portfolio Analysis with a Project
and Portfolio Management Tool
Using the Five Senses to Project
Presented by
International Olympic Committee
Presented by
Corning Japan
Presented by
Valense Ltd.
12.00 - 13.30
Networking Lunch in Exhibition Hall
13.30 - 14.45
How to Make Better, Faster, Project
Becoming Agile with ShuHaRi
The Resonant Project Manager
Presented by
ESI International
Presented by
Rolf Consulting
Presented by
14.45 - 15.00
Transition Break
15.00 - 16.30
Closing Plenary Session and Keynote Address feature James Kerr
Mitigating the Multidimensional
Complexity of a Mega Programme:
Lessons Learned from EXPO 2015
Presented by
PM for Complexity sas, EXPO 2015
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Optimising Partnership Value through
Vendor Management Governance
Presented by
Global Strategy Solutions