How Can Programs Optimise Their Workforce

NSW
Nov 28
End of Year Panel Celebration

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The world is changing, and projects and programmes are changing with it... Programme and project managers are faced with increased expectations to deliver greater competitive advantage with reduced budgets, in less time and in ever-changing business environments.

Good project management drives organizations, governments and societies forward and has a huge impact on the economy.

Our panel will discuss project management leadership skills and competencies across different industries and how the Project Management Office can successfully support them.

Drinks and food will follow the discussion, allowing plenty of time for networking with peers and colleagues in celebration of 2019.

This AIPM member only event is complimentary with thanks to our generous event partner AXELOS and Sydney Business School.

Members $0 
CPD Points: 4

Presenters:

Kestrel Stone Kestrel is the Chief Executive Officer of Elemental Projects. She is a highly qualified & experienced project management expert, with a Masters in Project Management and over 12 years’ of experience spanning a wide range of project-based industries. In 2012, following seven years as a project management consultant, trainer, assessor, instructional designer, and consultancy director, Kestrel founded Elemental Projects – a training and consulting firm specialising in project, program and portfolio management.
Kestrel specialises in:
* designing and delivering professional development programs for project personnel;
* engaging project management communities through bespoke workshops and simulations; and
* working with clients to evaluate and uplift organisational capability in project, program and portfolio management.   
 
Peter Dombkins Peter is a national industry leader in legal transformation and legal project management (LPM). Peter leads the LPM work streams for the Law Society of NSW and CLOC (Australia), as well as being a RegPM assessor and member of AIPM’s Professional Advancement Committee and Industry Advisory Group.
Peter is also Vice President of the NSW Society for Computers and the Law, and is editor of that society’s journal. Peter is an Adjunct Associate Professor specialising in legal operations transformation with the University of NSW’s Faculty of Law. Prior to joining PwC, Peter was Head of Transformation and LPM at Gilbert + Tobin, where he founded and led their award-winning function.
Tom Lynam Tom is currently the Territory Brand Manager for AXELOS in Australia. He previously worked for AXELOS in the UK having been both the product manager and marketing lead for the PPM suite of products including PRINCE2, PRINCE2 Agile and AgileSHIFT. During his time in those roles he led the marketing launch of the PRINCE2 2017 update and the go-to-market strategy for AgileSHIFT and PRINCE2 Agile Foundation.
 
Prior to working for AXELOS, Tom has a background in marketing having worked for number of organisations in the tech space. He is regular speaker and writer about all things project management and agile.

Kestrel Stone

Peter Dombkins

Tom Lynam

Event Partners

AXELOS
Sydney Business School