Welcome address to the delegates of the conference in 2016:
deputy head of the Expert Department of the President of the Russian Federation
Assistant to the Chairman of Apparatus of the Government of the Russian Federation– director of project activities department of the Government of the Russian Federation
DR. DAVID HILLSON,
director, Risk Doctor & Partners
Known globally as The Risk Doctor, Dr David Hillson is an international risk consultant offering expert risk support across the globe, at both strategic and tactical levels. He has worked in over 40 countries and his consultancy clients include major organisations in construction, telecommunications, pharmaceutical, transport, fast-moving consumer goods, energy, IT, defence and government. David also leads the team at Risk Doctor & Partners, based on his worldwide network with like-minded professional risk experts.
With twenty-five years of risk consulting experience, David is recognised internationally as a leading thinker and practitioner in risk management, and he is a popular conference speaker and author on the subject. He has written nine books on risk, and contributed to several others, as well as writing many papers, articles and briefings. He has made a number of innovative contributions to the risk process which have been widely adopted. David is well-known for promoting inclusion of proactive opportunity management in the risk process. His recent work has focused on using emotional literacy to manage risk attitudes (see www.risk-attitude.com), and he has also developed a scaleable project risk methodology (www.ATOM-risk.com).
Dr Hillson has received a number of awards in recognition of his risk management work. For example he was named Risk Personality of the Year in 2010-2011 by the Institute of Risk Management (IRM). He was the first recipient of this award, given to honour the individual who has made a significant global contribution to improving risk management knowledge, whose experience and expertise enables them to effectively promote the message of strong risk management, and who provides inspiration to their peers in the risk profession. He is a Fellow of the IRM and active in several of its SIGs.
Also in 2010, David Hillson was elected a PMI Fellow by the global Project Management Institute (PMI®) to recognise his sustained and significant contribution to advancing the field of risk management. He received the PMI Eric Jenett PM Excellence Award in 2011 and the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award in 2002. David is currently a leader in the PMI Risk Community of Practice. He has contributed to the risk chapter of the PMI Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK®) since 1998, and he was a core author of PMI’s Practice Standard for Project Risk Management (2009).
David became an Honorary Fellow of the UK Association for Project Management (APM) in 2008, marking his contribution to developing the discipline of risk management. He is current Deputy Chairman of the APM Specific Interest Group (SIG) on Risk Management, and he has co-edited three major risk guides for APM.
David was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) in 2007 to contribute to its Risk Commission. He led the RSA Fellows project on societal attitudes to failure, and is editor of The Failure Files. He is also a Chartered Fellow with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and a member of the Institute of Directors (IOD), reflecting his broad interest in topics beyond his own speciality of risk management.
What will he talk about?
Report: New PMBoK
Workshop: Maslow, Memetics and Managing Risk: Motivation matters
Workshop of the special guest of the conference
Agile: Just a hype or is it real?
general manager VersionOne, EMEA
There is a lot of talk about agile and it has steadily grown in popularity in IT departments in many countries. How successful is it really? It could be just a lot of hype or is there something inside of all that hype that is helping to organize work better.
- What is agile project management?
- What are the results of agile project management?
- How can agile be applied in an organization?
Olav Maassen is a veteran Agile consultant, award-winning author, frequent speaker in the Agile software development community and a fellow with the Lean Systems Society. He is now working for VersionOne as General Manager, EMEA. Olav is often invited as a speaker and presenter at international conferences. His presentations are perceived as both engaging and fun. The recurring theme is how transparency and trust can influence an organization.
Exclusive interview on the stage:
PM from viewpoint of top management. Why do we need a project office?
strategic development director, scientific and production Corporation UralvagonZavod named after F.E. Dzerzhinsky
Dmitriy Shkholniy manages project portfolios in the field of major construction, re-constriction and technical upgrading of industrial facilities of MIC (more than 50 projects).
Dmitriy is responsible for project implementation of organizational changes, business process reengineering, innovations commercialization, operational and investment effectiveness improvement.
He successfully applies project management approaches in the large state Corporation with 60 thousand people exceeding.
On the program:
- Current situation and development perspectives of projects in Russia
- Impact of the state regulation on project management
- Project portfolio management
- Change management
- Practical aspect of project office performance
- Project culture: advancement and values of project management in company
- Stress management in company
- Knowledge management
- Emotional intellect in project management
- Individual effectiveness of leader and team management
- Skills set of projects portfolio leader
- Project timeframe management
- Project risk management
- Projects life-circle
- Projects management methodology: which methodology is more relevant?
- Mothballing and demothballing of project
- Project costs: how project costs formulized for company and customer?
- Interdepartmental interaction
- How to measure project effectiveness?