Concurrent Session

February 28, 2022
Ever since humans have been managing projects, we’ve had challenges keeping projects on track to meet the planned performance measures of time, cost, scope and quality. The introduction of project controls, systems, processes and governance have all played a part...
February 28, 2022
The concept of ‘modern project management’ emerged in the 1940s and the first project management associations (INTERNET/IPMA and PMI) were formed in the 1960s, AIPM followed in 1976. These associations framed the concept of project management. The prevailing view of...
February 28, 2022
“An organization’s ability to innovate is recognized as a key factor for sustained growth, economic viability, increased wellbeing and the development of society” *ISO 56002 Innovation is a cornerstone for not only surviving but thriving in an uncertain world. However...
February 28, 2022
Australia rode through the storm of the GFC in 2007 and continues to be a beacon of resilience within the global economy, with the impact of bushfires, drought and Covid-19 barely causing industry to break step. Our delivery models, contract...
February 28, 2022
The world is disrupted, and the future is changing. The biggest challenge of disruption is that you know it is coming, but you don’t know when or where. You need to go big to survive. That means you need to...
February 28, 2022
Red Ochre LABS is BAE Systems Australia’s home of research, technology, development and advanced manufacturing. It comprises a team of 500 employees operating across five states and territories in Australia. Ultimately, it is the product and development engine room for...
February 28, 2022
With the rising adoption of the Building Information Model (BIM) for design, construction and asset   management within architecture, engineering, construction and owner-operated (AECO) sector, BIM-enabled asset management has been attracting increasingly more attention in both research and practice. This study...
February 28, 2022
Complexity and massive data collection requirements factors have forced a change of thinking in the design of large projects and programs within mature organisations and government.  Along with finding the right people to staff the project or program there is...
February 28, 2022
Australia rode through the storm of the GFC in 2007 and continues to be a beacon of resilience within the global. What if we could accurately navigate multiple key result areas such as time, cost, revenue, cash flow and even...
February 28, 2022
New ways of planning and delivering public infrastructure projects in varying work environments, ecosystems and contracting models are rapidly evolving across the world. From a systems approach, decision making optimisation is an important component to addressing some of the complexities...

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