Welcome to 2019!

PMI Adelaide will open its events calendar with the Annual General Meeting, followed by a great presentation by Jim McLean!

Trends in Project Management 2019
As organisations continue to tackle complex, resource intensive projects, the importance of adapting and improving project and program management remains critical. Jim will look at trends and changing practices in project and program management in Australia and globally to identify the key areas for ongoing effort over the coming year.

Presenter: Jim McLean

Jim McLean is a strong advocate for project management and a Fellow of the PMI Adelaide SA Chapter. Jim is responsible for the Transformation Program Management service line, at KPMG.

He has over 30 years’ program and project management experience, across almost every sector and industry, specializing in large scale systems integration programs that really change the way clients do business.

Jim has a keen interest in monitoring project management trends and has presented his observations a few times to Chapter events over the years.
Recent Australian survey findings produce some interesting results so Jim is keen to open up the discussion to include the findings of PMI’s Annual Global Survey (Pulse of the Profession) and what we should be doing to address any trending concerns.

Event Date 04-02-2019 5:30 pm
Event End Date 04-02-2019 7:30 pm
Individual Price Free

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Digital disruption has been the star of many businesses, conferences and presentations lately. Every professional agrees that this topic cannot be disregarded. However, many people disagree on how this affects and will affect the way we work, communicate, share data and, of course, manage projects. This is why PMI Adelaide invited four experts from the field to share their views and experience in a dynamic panel discussion.

Panel:
Michael Macolino
Michael is a technology strategist, focusing on the development of strong business operations that become the foundation for sustainable and scalable companies. Michael spent 13 years building 5 businesses, before joining the BDO Tech Advisory team in 2018. Michael’s focus at BDO is using AgTech to transform the Agribusiness value chain, whilst also being an adviser to the AgTech startup eco-system.

Linda Zeelie
Linda is an experienced domestic and international executive in operations, project management and ICT. A specialist in integration, transition and transformation who has worked across a range of industries including Finance (banking and superannuation), Government, Defence, Energy and various other commercial organisations. Linda is a GAICD board director with 21 years board experience on industry boards, community/not-for-profit boards, technology start-ups and commercial boards.

Sam Harley
Sam is the Global Digital Operations Leader, Project Practice at Aurecon and is responsible for providing leadership to the firm’s digital strategies relating to process and technologies involving digital planning, setup and delivery to Aurecon projects. Having extensive experience in complex business environments, Sam has a strong operational and commercial focus in the implementation of management philosophies and initiatives and is passionate about improving process efficiencies through digital adoption.

Adam da Costa
Adam is currently Principal Consultant at Pernix Pty. Ltd. and is responsible for all phases of client engagement from scoping to delivery. He has significant experience in leading large-scale development and implementation projects in both agile and waterfall environments. Adam’s projects have spanned across business domains such as Social Service, Finance, Health, Compliance, Claims Management, Education, Sports, Manufacturing, Retail, and IoT, with experience in business systems analysis, application development, solutions architecture, and systems integration across multiple platforms.

Make sure you register before tickets are sold out, so you will not miss out on this opportunity!
See you on the 5th of March.

Event Date 05-03-2019 5:00 pm
Event End Date 05-03-2019 7:30 pm
Individual Price $35.74. Free for PMI Adelaide Members.

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It's a new year and why not doing something new too?

Beers & Brains has the goal to connect everyone who is willing to meet new people and professionals in a more casual environment. The first edition of this event is happening at The Unley in Parkside, where you will be given a complimentary drink (alcoholic or not) to kick off the evening. This is a great opportunity to network with professionals from many different industries.

Carpark is available at The Unley.

PMI Members who register on Eventbrite will receive a FREE standard drink - run before it is sold out!

Anyone is welcome to come and join us in this innovative event, so bring your friends and colleagues and come network!

Event Date 21-03-2019 5:30 pm
Event End Date 21-03-2019 7:00 pm
Individual Price Free

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Description
Visiting the Adelaide Botanic High School, a Vertical School in the heart of Adelaide
https://abhs.sa.edu.au/
During our PMI event in May 2017, the DPTI Lead, Kylie O’Leary, the Lead Architect Adam Hannon from Cox Architecture and the Project Manager, Nathan Hawkes from Turner & Townsend presented the business case and vision for the first vertical school in South Australia.

You now have an opportunity to visit this iconic project in the heart of Adelaide
Tomorrow Today!
The new $100m Adelaide Botanic High School was delivered on budget and on time. They started operations from term 1 2019, providing 1250 students from inner-city suburbs with greater access to high quality secondary learning. The school started with year 8 students initially, growing to 1250 students by 2022.
Adelaide Botanic High School showcases the best of public education and 21 Century learning, catering for the learning needs of all students through its extensive curriculum offerings. Grounded in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), local partnerships and research, our future leaders will also be agile, cooperative, flexible and imaginative. The Adelaide Botanic High School was built around a unique environment explicitly designed to nurture these qualities.

Surrounded by leafy green spaces, botanic gardens and the vibrant Adelaide Zoo, our students will become a vital part of a broader hub of universities, businesses, the museum, state library and performing arts facilities. From this exhilarating vantage point they will unlock the inspiration to view tomorrow as limitless, electrifying and immediate.

Where: The Adelaide Botanic High School
When: Monday 15 April 2019
Time: Meet in front of the building at 4:45. The doors will open specially for us at 5pm sharp. Finish at 6:30pm
The project manager will take us through the school grounds and showcase some interesting facts about the project and the building.
Contact Romildo on 0407 624 424 if you have problems in finding the place.
We look forward to seeing you all there

Event Sponsor: Turner & Townsend

Event Date 15-04-2019 5:00 pm
Event End Date 15-04-2019 7:00 pm
Individual Price Free

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Description
Calling all Project Management Professionals to come and join PMI Adelaide for this premier event of the year and learn the criteria of next generation of Project Management Offices (PMOs).
PMI Adelaide are thrilled to bring together for you, a prestigious and professional panel discussion outlining the requirements, challenges, and successes of the next generation of PMOs. We are proud to introduce our professional panel members:
Peter Moutsatsos ǀ Chief Project Officer; Telstra ǀ 2018 PMI Global Award - PMO of the year
Dan Butcher ǀ Manager of Corporate PMO; SA Power Networks ǀ 2018 PMI Australian Award - PMO of the year
Paul MacKeddie ǀ Senior Manager Capital Delivery & Program Management; SA Water ǀ 2015 PMI global project of the year award
According to PMI, almost 60% of senior executives admit that their organisations often struggle to bridge the gap between strategic objectives and outputs of the projects they invest in. The result can be waste of money as high as $100M in every $1b portfolio value.
The value of money, customers’ high expectations, digital technology, dynamic market environment, and new skills, force organisations to disrupt their PMOs.
Meeting budget and schedule key performance indicators are not enough. Instead the importance of leadership, strategic management, and change management is becoming the essence of the next generation of PMO. These are the key fundamentals which distinguish Enterprise PMO (EPMO) from the traditional PMO.
This is a tremendous opportunity to learn how to contribute effectively and become an essential strategic part of organisations to strategically initiate, align, and delivery projects with highest profitability and success rate.
It’s an interactive opportunity between audience and panel members not to be missed by project management professionals and will be suited to the individual project manager and the corporate organisation alike.
Join us on the 2nd of May from 5pm to 8pm at the Hilton Hotel, Adelaide.
Registration is required and booking early is strongly recommended as seats are limited for this premier event of 2019.
Non-members early bird tickets are available until 12th April 2019.
Event Date 02-05-2019 5:00 pm
Event End Date 02-05-2019 8:00 pm
Individual Price $21.88 PMI Adelaide Members; $41.51 Non-members

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