ICCPM Research & Innovation Seminar announced for October 8-9 in London


30 July 2013 – Canberra, Australia – The International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM) has announced that their 4th annual Research and Innovation seminar will take place 8-9 October 2013 in London, UK.  The seminar, with the topic of Preparing for the Unexpected: Flexibility and Resilience in Project Design and Delivery, will be held at Lancaster House, London.

iccpmThe event is being organized in collaboration with the Major Projects Authority and the UK Cabinet Office and will have a diverse range of high level international speakers.  Sponsors are expected to include foundation partner BAE Systems, as well as Serco, Hitachi and the PM Channel.

Organisations that manage complexity and the unexpected outperform those that do not invest in doing so by a factor of 10. ICCPM’s Annual R&I Seminar brings the global community together for an invitation-only event to share and explore the latest advances in successfully delivering complex projects and programs.  During this two day seminar participants will share in the lessons learned through a significant case study as well as the latest developments in education, tools and research associated with enabling resilience and responsiveness to the unexpected when delivering complex programs and projects.

This is set to be a prestigious event, held at Lancaster House, London and attendance is strictly limited to 100 places. More information can be found at http://www.iccpm.com/content/2013-research-and-innovation-seminar.  Contact Kate Hubbard to register your interest [email protected].

The International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM) is a not-for-profit organisation working to advance knowledge and practice in the management and delivery of complex projects. ICCPM was formed in 2007 based on an initiative launched in 2005 by Australian, UK and US Government bodies and defence industry organizations aimed at improving the international community’s ability to successfully deliver very complex projects and to manage complexity across all industry and government sectors.  ICCPM was formed to provide global leadership to achieve this exciting objective.  ICCPM works with partners and the international community to fund, facilitate and conduct applied research that advances knowledge and practice in the management of complex projects.  For more information, visit www.iccpm.com.

Source: ICCPM