PM Lessons Responding to COVID-19

Jul 13
Responding without precedence, there was no blueprint


Join us in-person for our upcoming ACT Chapter Connect.

Rising to the challenge in times of uncertainty and community vulnerability. Come and hear about a fantastic local success story from Aspen Medical's Founder and Executive Chairman, Glenn Keys AO. Glenn is proud to address the ACT Chapter of the AIPM on Aspen Medical's experiences in supporting the Australian Government's rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event provides a platform to explore the necessity of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) to combat an existential national threat.

Sign-in will begin at 5:30PM AEST with presentations beginning at 6:00PM AEST. 

Event takeaways

  • Culture of collaboration: Department of Health (policy) and private sector (operations).

  • Scale: protective equipment procurement, general practitioner respiratory clinics, aged care surge, and vaccinations.

  • Program management office: the importance of being one step ahead in uncertainty.

Who is this event for?

  • Project Management community members considering the theme – Project Management lessons responding to COVID-19


Members: $20 | Non members $30
CPD points: 3


Glenn Keys Glenn is the founder and Executive Chairman of Canberra-based Aspen Medical, one of the world’s leading providers of outsourced healthcare solutions. Prior to building and leading businesses in the private sector, Glenn had a distinguished career in the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
Glenn sits on a number of Boards including the National Disability Insurance Agency, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Council, the Australian War Memorial and Project Independence. Project Independence is a not-for-profit that Glenn founded in 2012 to provide homeownership for people with an intellectual disability and is the only homeownership programme of its kind in Australia. 
In 2017, Glenn was made an Officer of the Order of Australia for both his philanthropic leadership in the business sector and his work as an advocate for people with an intellectual disability.

Glenn Keys