2020 International Project Management Day

Effective delivery of projects & programs in the new reality and the future

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In this webinar we will explore the findings from the KPMG/AIPM Australian Project Delivery Performance Survey 2020 and the opportunities and shifts in the ability to innovate and respond to a complex and ever changing business landscape.
 
The annual joint research survey conducted by KPMG and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) provides insights into how well we are doing in this important capability space and supports understanding of where critical investment is needed to enhance performance. These insights are even more pertinent in 2020 as we all seek to adjust to a new reality operating environment.




We will discuss:

  • the impact of COVID-19 and the key trends in project deliver
  • the likelihood that projects will be delivered to meet original goals, on time, on budget and to stakeholder satisfaction
  • the future of the PMO and project managers 
 

Join us for a presentation and Q and A session on the KPMG/AIPM Australian Project Delivery Performance Survey 2020.

Complimentary Member Only Event
CPD Points: 3

Please note this event is scheduled in AEDT.

Presenters:

Peter Sexton Peter Sexton is a Partner within KPMG’s Defence and National Security team. Since joining KPMG in 2002, Peter has delivered significant programs of work across a broad spectrum of Government, telecommunications and finance sector clients.   In particular, Peter has strong experience in working with Defence clients to develop and implement program governance frameworks and their supporting PMOs to guide delivery of major business change, IT and transformation programs. 

Peter has over 20 years global industry experience, including 8 years of consulting experience in the industrial, Defence and aviation industries in Australia and Asia and direct experience in product engineering management roles within General Dynamics International based at Cathay Pacific City in Hong Kong, Ford Australia and the Royal Australian Air Force.
Elizabeth Foley Elizabeth has been the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of AIPM since July 2019 overseeing its transformation to the digital environment. She is an experienced CEO and director, with over 20 years in senior executive roles in financial services and 17 years board membership experience. This included 6 years on AXA’s unit trust company board, overseeing investor funds of over $12 billion. Other blue- chip companies she has worked for include MLC, ING, Prudential andUnilever. 

Prior to AIPM, Elizabeth spent three years focusing on transitioning the health industry to the new digital era.

Elizabeth is currently an Independent Director and Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee of Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS).

Peter Sexton

Elizabeth Foley