Title: The Role of an Integrated and Optimised Project Management Plan in Achieving Project Success
Synopsis: Managing projects in today’s world is becoming more complex than ever because of disruptive technology, increasing uncertainties, risks and bureaucracies, high clients and stakeholders’ expectations, resource constraints, economic fluctuations, volatile political climate and sophisticated organisational governance. Hence, for a project manager, synchronising all the different aspects of a project, resources, baselines and processes to achieve a successful outcome has become a challenge. Optimised integration of project management subsidiary plans and baselines results in project success in all aspects such as financial, performance and environmental. This presentation will explore the components of a proper project management plan and the integration and optimisation of components to achieve better outcomes in managing a project. Success in project management depends on defining and proactively managing the project’s relationship to the parent program and portfolio or even whole business and strategic objectives. Delivery of project business case while meeting or exceeding targets set for project objectives is also a key factor for success.
Presenter: Dr Moe Mojtahedi, B.Sc., M.Sc., PhD, PEng., PMP
Dr Mojtahedi is a construction engineer specialising in quantitative risk analysis applied to resilient buildings and infrastructure, environmental protection and infrastructure planning. He has a PhD degree in Construction Project Management from the School of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and IT at the University of Sydney. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the School of Built Environment, University of New South Wales (UNSW). He has established himself as a researcher in the disciplines of Project Management and Operations Research and specifically in the newly emerging fields of Resilient Buildings and Infrastructure. Dr Mojtahedi has published over 100 papers in international journals of project management, construction management, and disaster risk management. Dr Mojtahedi has been awarded five research excellence awards from Engineers Australia and the UK Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering. He has delivered many international keynotes in the field of urban resilience and project management. Before becoming an academic in higher education, he worked as an engineer and a project planner in large-scale construction projects such as transport infrastructure, energy, mining and high-rise buildings.
Date: Thursday 28th July 2022
Arrive: 6 PM
Meeting: 6:30 PM to 8 PM
Depart: 9 PM
Location:Please note this event will be hybrid, which means face to face venue and zoom participation is possible. Zoom link will be sent to all who register this event.
Venue : TBA
Professional Development Units (PDU): 1 PDU can be claimed for attending this event.
|Event Date||28-07-2022 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||28-07-2022 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||06-06-2022|
|Cut Off Date||28-07-2022|
|Discounted Price||$15.00 (Until 30-06-2022 12:20)|