The Covid Effect | The Art of Adaptability

The learnings of a few may help many

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The Covid Effect | The Art of Adaptability

Our ways of working have changed, our levels of resiliency and adaptability have been tested. The nature of our projects and dynamics of our teams have changed, we have all been in a pressure cooker of sorts, thrown in together in the midst of a global pandemic, isolated and asked to keep delivering, so this is an exploratory session to find out what was it that made things work, what elements could we attribute success to.

This event is for people to share some of the things they witnessed over the past 12 months, things that created a sense of stability in amongst extreme change and that they attribute to ongoing delivery success across their projects and organisations.

 

Event Takeaways:
  • How to share knowledge and ideas in a way that can help improve how we deliver 
  • An understanding of what others did and why it worked
  • You aren’t in this alone, we still have a way to go but there are things that can be done to help ensure success


Members $30 | Non Members $60
CPD Points: 3
 

 

Presenter:

Caroline Paterson Caroline is Director of Strategy and Transformation at blueVisions and the Institute of Management.
Caroline is a seasoned Project Management professional who established strong delivery foundations in the highly disciplined Aerospace and Defence sectors, skills she later applied to the Transport and Finance industries; successfully establishing high performing PMOs, improving project management capabilities and practices, managing projects and leading several major change programs; focused on digital transformation, technology and business performance and operating model design in Australia and overseas.
With her global delivery experience extending beyond PMOs to driving organisational redesign and program management. Caroline understands and has successfully managed the complexities associated with delivering new technology in both brownfield and Greenfield environments.

Caroline Paterson