Project Controls Under Pressure


Oct 06
Project Controls Community of Practice

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What will the future of project controls be? Megaprojects on the moon? Bitcoin funded buildings?

In this session you will be invited to join an interactive dialogue on the threats and pressures facing the Project Controls Community – past, present, and future. We will ask you to imagine the dystopian future of project controls and equip you to translate threats into opportunities. 
 
The collaborative nature of this workshop will enable you to learn from other project professionals, share your own frustrations and ideas on how to improve project performance, and leave empowered to harness and apply positive pressure and direction to the project controls practice now and into the future!

Event Takeways: 

  • Lessons learnt and reframed project threats into opportunities for future-proofing

  • Cross-project knowledge-sharing

  • Ideas for continuous improvement in the project controls space

  • Applied design thinking to problems

Who is this event for? 

  • PMOs

  • Project professionals



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

Presenter:

Jessica Schilling Jessie Schilling is a strategy and optimisation consultant at HKA with a passion for innovation and infrastructure. At the core of her work are processes and people, where she seeks to implement agile strategies and solutions in complex project environments. Jessie has been embedded in Australia's largest public transport infrastructure project (Sydney Metro) where she has held portfolio, programme, and project level roles in the Project Management Office (PMO).

Jessica Schilling