Adaptive Project Management

A Risk Management Technique for Complex Infrastructure Projects

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Project Controls Community of Practice

Project Controls are usually the first thing to be discarded on failing projects. Even with the best controls many large projects still fail, this talk identifies the fundamental reasons why traditional PM fail and proposes a new framework for making projects successful and project controls effective.

The fundamental risk in a project shifts, sometimes unpredictably, and to be successful, management need to adapt throughout the shifting risks and issues as the project is delivered.

Hendrik will discuss "Adaptive Project Management" as a system that can help in managing these problems, by taking applicable principles from "Theory of constraints" and "Complexity Theory", as well as capturing frontline narrative that the senior teams can use effectively.

Event Format

This webinar will be a live Q&A session with our presenter Hendrik Loursen. The recorded version of Hendriks presentation will be shared with you one week prior to view in advance and prepare any questions.

Event Takeaways

  • A powerful new perspective on what makes a project fail or succeed spectacularly.

  • Have the confidence to apply these ideas, to enable success on your own project.   

  • A case study where these techniques have been applied with great success.

    Members $0 | Non Members $30
    CPD Points: 3

Presenter:

Hendrik Lourens Hendrik Lourens is the owner of Stratflow, a company that provides solutions to project focussed companies that are looking for immediate and significant results. He helps his clients to achieve breakthrough performance by clarifying the inherent simplicity in complicated and pressured environments and focussing their effort on the few critical leverage points that affect their system

Hendrik Lourens