Crafting and Implementing Project Execution Strategies Seminar
ADFA Café Training Room
Dealing with complexity is a key challenge with system acquisition becoming highly interdependent with other capabilities (existing and emerging), rapid technological advancement, and greater emergence associated with end-user needs. To cater for complexity we need to ensure our project management approach caters for requirements emergence, technological uncertainty, and multiple stakeholder needs. The seminar begins with an overview of complexity, challenges associated with traditional approaches to dealing with complexity, and best practice approaches for dealing with complex projects.
|Part 1: 0900-1200|
|Selecting and Implementing Project Execution Strategies||
|Part 2: 1300-1600|
|Workshops and Detailed Exploration of Project Execution Strategies|
||Workshop - In this workshop we will challenge some of the assumptions that joint governance arrangements and risks shared between the public and private sector are unworkable. A case study of alliance arrangements will be undertaken to examin governance constraints and how to deal with conflicts of interest and conflicts of duty.|
Workshop - In this workshop we wil examine a performance
|Project Execution Strategies in Depth||Strategic supplier selection
Workshop - Cobbs paradox states that we "We know why projects fail, we know how to prevent their failure - why the do they continue to fail?"What strategies can we employ to ensure success in
|Conclusion and Wrap up|
|Course notes available|
About the Presenter
Dr John Davies is a recognised thought leader in relational contracts and procurement strategies. John has developed better practice guides for Federal and State Governments to promote collaborative contracting initiatives, better improve strategic supplier selection, and continually improve strategic relationships. John is also an experienced Capability Definition Documentation Developer and has authored numerous acquisition risk studies, integration risk studies, Operational Concept Documents and Function and Performance Specifications for the Australian Defence Force. John currently delivers post graduate courses in procurement law and military technology.
Further information on the Seminar is available by contacting the Capability Systems Centre at email@example.com or call 02 6268 8665