Creating the environment to get non-project controllers to do project controls effectively
Dan Scarfe and Steve Baker present their experiences of creating the right environment for project controls in the areas of planning, people and challenges.
Daniel Scarfe is a Senior Consultant with BMT specialising in delivering P3 Management and Controls expertise to Government, Defence and Energy sectors. Daniel is a Chartered Engineer with a background in Aerospace Engineering and over a decade of experience working in the Defence Industry, giving him a unique insight into the challenges surrounding creating the environment where non-project controllers can deliver projects effectively.
Steve Baker has more than six years experience delivering P3 Management and Controls across the Medical, Aerospace, Defence and Justice industries. As a Consultant with BMT Steve has supported the transformation and creation of Project Control Teams and Programme Management Offices, enabling a deep understanding of how to integrate a successful Project Controls framework in both Public and Private sectors.
Anticipation – The future causes the present
Professor Ted Fuller offers some key ideas from current work in anticipation and how to think about the future and our relationships with the futures.
Joe Kerins describes how the impact of a change on schedule, resources and costs can be modelled.
What happens when the risk manager goes on holiday?
Martyn Paramore explores some real-life experiences of this phenomenon the lessons that can be learned.
Anticipation at Airbus
Hilary Baker explains Airbus's five golden rules to develop anticipation in project teams.
After the hurricane
Tim Brent speaks about the role of the reservists in supporting Caribbean islands after the 2017 hurricanes.
Ready for anything and future proofed
Ranjit Sidhu explains how you can develop this growth mindset open to new ideas and learning, replacing fixed mindsets that get stuck in ‘can’t do it’ mode.
Unpacking the Polak game
John Sweeny demonstrates how to play The Polak Game with the conference audience and how games can help strategy planning.
Project chaos or project control
Nipun Dawes provides practical advice on decluttering your databases and re-assessing mandatory processes to create efficiencies in project controls.
Cost estimating and prediction of construction labour hours for major projects
Shane Forth talks about the behaviour and technical aspects of cost estimating.
Portfolio management for the rest of us
Mohannad Elmahdy Hassan uses an Italian Formula 1 team to introduce portfolio management.
Implementing EVM. Take 5
Dr. Timothy Seldon describes DE&S project controls journey over the past two years.
Lee McDonagh describes how the industry-changing design and construction projects for the Prison Estate is progressing.
Stephen Bungay describes his current work which is focussed on the most effective ways of developing strategy in an environment of high uncertainty.
PVaR™ – Project Value at Risk: a new indicator and approach to connect risks to business outcomes
Shai Davidov describes PVaR™ - an extension to the VaR (Value at Risk) indicator, widely used in finances.
Adding benefit to earned value
Kik Piney, author of the book titled Earned Benefit Program Management presents the approach.
Know the rules to break the rules.
Stephen Carver uses real-life examples of major incidents to explore when to break the rules.