You can't be serious
Sandi Rhys Jones talks about wellbeing and how to achieve it through music and laughter.
Sandi, OBE, has worked in engineering and construction for nearly 40 years, specializing in management and marketing for a wide range of clients, including contractors, consultants and suppliers, representative organisations and local and national government departments in the UK and abroad.
She is an experienced non-executive director in public and private sector organisations, having been on the boards of EngineeringUK, the Docklands Light Railway, construction and development company Simons Group and the Royal Marines Museum. She was also chair of a charity that provided training in the construction trades for women.
Agile portfolio management - why bother?
Alex Clark describes how to bring agile principles to portfolio management.
Projects as a social construct
David Hancock of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority describes some current Government projects and comments on the role of projects.
Delivery project value and benefits
Alexandra Chapman talks on delivering business value from projects and Kik Piney speaks on introducing the earned benefit method
Benefits management in Highways England
Jason Hones talks about the problems of implementing benefits in an organisation.
Behavioural and cultural change using outcome based contracting at Sellafield
Katherine Bew explains how the remediation of Sellafield can be accelerated at best value for the tax payer
The value of project management: PMI's 2018 Pulse of the Profession
Randall Black gives the case for project management and describes the statistics from PMI's survey.
The contract as the project manager's best friend
Sarah Schutte pulls together the day's themes and explains as a lawyer how the contract should be the project manager's best friend.