Programme Schedule

 
08.00-18.00 Registration Desk Open
09.00-12.30 Master Class 1
Stakeholder Management

Lynda Bourne
Master Class 2
The Remarkably Ordinary Leader

Jim De Piante
Master Class 4
Negotiations

Jo Lambert
13.30-17.00 Master Class 1 - Continued
Stakeholder Management

Lynda Bourne
Master Class 3
Leading the Virtual Team

Jim De Piante
Master Class 5
Change Management

Catherine Smithson
09:00-13.30 Site Visit 1: NZ Transport Agency Road of National Significance
Bus pick-up / drop-off at Te Papa
10:00-12.00 Site Visit 2: The Great War Exhibition
Meet just before 10am at the Dominion Museum up the steps behind the Carillion, Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, 41 Buckle Street, Mt Cook
13.00-16.30 Site Visit 3: Weta Cave Workshop Experience
Bus pick-up / drop-off at Te Papa
13.30-15.30 Site Visit 4: Mojo Experience
Meet at Mojo HQ and Roastery, Shed 13, 37 Customhouse Quay
14.00-16.00  Site Visit 5: The Fork & Brewer Tour 
Meet at Fork & Brewer, 20-A Bond Street at 2pm
17.30-19.30 Welcome Function
Oceania Room, Te Papa

 Programme has not been finalised and is subject to change. 

 
07.00-17.00 Registration Desk Open
07.15-08.45 Breakfast Session: Compromising without Compromise
Rob Sarkies, Film Director
09.00-09.30 Welcome - Conference Opening
09.30-10.30 Keynote: Jim De Piante
Topic: Eminence: Why you want it and how to achieve it
10.30-11.00 Morning Tea
  Stream One Stream Two Stream Three Stream Four Stream Five
11.00-11.50

PMO analysis, design and implementation: phase two - design

 

James West

Conscious Project Management - Putting The Heart Into Delivery

 

Colin Ellis

Agile is not a Noun

 

Shane Hastie

Using project management in health care (community pharmacy) to implement transformational change

 

Shona Duxfield

A model for management control in an Agile/Scrum environment

 

Paul Sutton and Pete Tansey

12.00-12.50

Creating a successful programme management capacity in the Marshall Islands

 

Abhishek Sharma

Why we should choose to have less choice

 

Gary Nelson

 

Agile in Government - my adventure

 

Pamela Tung

Shaping rapid change

 

Natasha Possenniskie

Yes?! Your PMO needs change management!

 

Tery Everett

13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.00 Keynote: Catherine Smithson
Topic: Building a Future Proof Organisation
15.00-15.30  Afternoon Tea
  Stream One Stream Two Stream Three Stream Four Stream Five
15.30-16.20

Using integrated methods to design an integrated PMO

 

Geoff Rankins

How we used Daniel Pink's work to create more motivated, happier project teams

 

David Mole

Increasing organisational agility: learning from the past to shape the future

 

Matt Harris

Making friends with the contract to facilitate project success

 

Jade Lloyd, Alexandra Martin and Matthew Freeman

Change competencies of a project manager

 

Jane Judd

16.30-17.20

Secrets of future PMO success

 

Jerry Ball

Importance of human touch in modern project management

 

Pulukkuttige Abayarathna

The challenges of running scrum in distributed teams

 

Jurico Ong

Fairfax Media Press Replacement - Condensed Construction

 

Richard Hickman

Benefits management enabling change

 

Gina Barlow, Lesa Hancock, Harriet Dempsey and Karl Andt

   
19.00-Late Awards Dinner at Te Papa
Awards ceremony, Dinner, Entertainment

Programme has not been finalised and is subject to change.

 
07.00-16.00 Registration Desk Open
07.15-08.45 Breakfast Session:
Louise Upston MP
   
09.00-10.00 Keynote: Chris Cattaway
Topic: Trans-national Mobility for a Competency-Assessed Workforce
10.00-10.45 Morning Tea
  Stream One Stream Two Stream Three Stream Four Stream Five
10.45-11.35

Manapouri Transformer Replacement Project - A Christmas tale of dirty oil, storms, and tourists

 

Alex Martin, Brett Horwell, Derek Pritchard

It takes a village to raise a project - a case study of stakeholder engagement

 

Rebecca Whiting

A project managers introduction to evaluation

 

Kathleen Palmer

The many faces of leadership

 

Cillin Heams

Project management success viewed through servant leadership - Does this lens work for you?

 

Linda Weterman and Amanda Wills

11.40-12.40 Keynote: Lynda Bourne
Topic: The Never-Ending Story of the Stakeholder (Star) Wars
12.40-13.40 Lunch
12.55-13.35 PMINZ AGM
  Stream One Stream Two Stream Three Stream Four Stream Five
13.40-14.30

Managing the 'unpredictable' project

 

Carl Weller

Cook Islands Northern Group Renewable Energy Project

 

Alex Aramakutu and John Youdale

Dealing with a project 'hospital pass' - Surviving your worst project nightmare

 

James Dobson

Facilitate project planning in team environment by making use of analysis visual tools

 

Bahram Pishravi

Culture change - Why diversity is vital. Celebrate it!

 

Ashley Baratt and Michael Stevens

14.35-15.25

Making decisions and tracking assumptions - how to keep your project moving

 

Jane Hatfull

Achieve successful outcomes - engage with stakeholders and project teams to shape a successful future

 

Alan Grant

Good questions or good answers - why you need both

 

Karin Lehmann

Predicting progress on your project - using Lego bricks to understand earned value

 

Youssef Mourra

How to get value for money from service providers

 

Matthew Freeman

15.30-16.30 Surprise Keynote: TBD
Topic: TBD
16:30-16.45 Prize Giving
17:00 Conference Closes

Programme has not been finalised and is subject to change.