High-Performing Project Teams

Practical strategies to improve how project teams operate


Project management has been going through a step-change since approximately 2002 with the introduction of Agile practices, advanced technologies and a focus on people skills. The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly accelerated this change, driving more project teams to operate virtually. We are far more reliant on the support of technology to operate projects, creating a complexed environment and increasing the need for people in project teams to work together.

As we emerge from the wilds of COVID-19, what can we learn from project teams operating in distributed circumstances?  

Join David Williams AM, FAIPM CPPD, to hear more about the research that has flagged opportunities to further mature the way in which project teams operate. 

Event takeaways

  • An understanding of how projects are changing
  • How to take advantage of emerging technology 
  • How to build trust in virtual teams
  • How game theory can improve your project
  • What external networks are necessary for your project to succeed 

Who is this event for?

  • Project and program managers with new or dysfunctional teams
  • Project executives and Senior Responsible Officer (SROs)
  • ‚ÄčThose starting out on a project for the first time

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


David Williams AM, FAIPM CPPD
David has over 30 years’ experience in project management across construction, defence and is now leading a portfolio of ICT projects. He is a Certified Practicing Project Director, a Chartered Project Professional and a Fellow of the AIPM. David lectures at the ANU’s Research School of Management and has completed a PhD in how project teams network.  

David Williams AM, FAIPM CPPD