The flaws of project management in uncertain times
With the first versions of project management methodologies (end eighties) was expected those “best/good practices” will improve project reliability.
But the VUCA environment and pace of crises and changes created awareness that the world becomes more complex.
How to cope with this inherent complexity as project manager?
Are those practices still sufficient? Will there be some other skillset needed? What about system thinking? What is system thinking in a project management context?
About the Speakers
|Laurent is active in project management for over 20 years. Currently, he coaches inside a PMO to improve PM maturity into organizations. He is also a founding member of the ” be systemic!” |
In addition, he is lecturer in risk management for Ichec Entreprises.
|Alain Grijseels is strategy consultant.|
Former PM and Chief Technologist in large IT projects, COO in fast evolving company active in IT insourcing projects, CIO in two major organizations, Director CIO advisory at KPMG. As PMP/PMI and Prince 2 certified professional, Alain lead major projects as PM and coached multiple project and program teams in very complex technology bound projects.