Dates: 6th & 7th May 2014
The symposium Day 1. Download the 2014 program.
Networking event at the ADFA Offices Mess
The symposium Day 2. Download the 2014 program.
Looking after our international speakers. The main auditorium.
Kym Henderson, Symposium Chair Stephen Hayes ICCPM Closing Book Give-away
Mr. Col Thorne - General Manager Land and Maritime, DMO Karen Richey, Stephan Vandevoorde & Mark Phillips
with Peter Colquhoun
In speaking order.
* = presentation available for downloading.
Prof. Michael O'Donnell, Head School of Business UNSW Canberra: Opening Address.
Dr. Tom Ioannou, Group Director, Performance Audit - ANAO: Project Governance and Controls - the ANAO Perspective*.
Karen Richey, Government Accountability Office, Washington DC USA: Lessons Learned from Federal Agency Reviews of Capital Acquisition Programs and GAO Improvement Initiatives in the USA*.
Stephan Vandevoorde, Fabricom Airport Systems, Ghent University Belgium: If Time is Money, then Accuracy is Important*.
Mr. Col Thorne - General Manager Land and Maritime, DMO: Project Governance and Controls - the Customer Perspective*.
Peter Colquhoun, DMO: Earned Value: Taking the Next Step When Schedule is King*.
Mark Phillips, CPM: Reinventing Project Communication: How to Design, Lead and Manage High Performing Projects*.
Elissa Farrow: Harnessing the Power of Diversity*.
Stephen Hayes, ICCPM: Closing Keynote, the management of projects in a complex environment*.
Louise Hart: A Failure of Governance: InterCity West Coast Franchise (UK)*.
Harold Petersen: Governing project / programme / portfolio performance and ROI*.
Brad Grey: Blue Poles: The Science and Art of Project Governance*.
Kym Henderson: The Increased Importance of Project Governance and Controls in Lean Times*.
Patrick Weaver: Governing Agile – The changing role of project controls in an ‘Agile’ environment*.
Laurie Bowman: Effective Project Control of Construction Performance*.
Stephan Vandevoorde: Commercial Sector EVM Implementation in Europe at Fabricom Case Study*.
Raf Dua: Using Cultural Change to Introduce Earned Value Performance Management into an Australian SME Rural Construction Company*.