Defining value, understanding and measuring success and the identification of critical success factors - Lead by Alexander Budzier, Said Business School
Assurance, reviews, reporting and governance and their connections to effective decision making - Lead by Professor Michael Bourne, Cranfield University
Front and back-end management practices and their influence on project performance - Lead by Professor Michael Lewis, University of Bath and Professor Andrew Edkins, University College London
Capability & knowledge management - Lead by Professor Tim Brady, University of Brighton
Data quality and use and their connections to project performance - Lead by Professor Terry Williams, University of Hull and Professor Paolo Quattrone, Edinburgh University
Spotlight on transformation - Lead by Dr Richard Kirkham, University of Manchester and Professor Paul Nightingale, University of Sussex
EVA Conference 16-17 May
Now in its 23rd year EVA in the UK is leading independent event for project controls and earned value management founded and curated by Steve Wake, Originally conceived to champion the use of EVM in the UK EVA has grown in focus and perspective. It champions new thinking and original thought and avoids treading the same grapes year in year out. Possibly the best networking opportunity for senior practitioners and exhibitors in the UK.
This year EVA23 will focus strongly on the things that enable us to be ready! Things that prepare us for anything that lies ahead.
More than ever a redefinition, a re-setting of what Project Management actually is for, what you use, how you do it and above all, how you communicate with it, is urgently required.
eVa23: Anticipation Conference on 16 -17 May 2018
About EVA23 The annual two-day conference takes place at the superb Armourers' Hall in Moorgate, London.
The event provides an interesting group of high-level speakers covering a range of topics and industries.
EVA23 will be different, entertaining and informative. Dinner will be served in the Hall by candlelight.
Come along to talk, listen, learn, discuss and see how best to get project controls right.
3 Specialist workshops are also available outside the conference dates. Including Steve Wake introducing EVM and its use as a management tool for the present day.
Who should attend?
Attendees are middle to very senior professionals with interests in project management, project controls, earned value and keen to learn more about wider issues of transformation, successful change and benefits-driven portfolios. Attendees can claim 15 hours of professional development on attending this event.
It’s no too late to sponsor or exhibit. Sponsor doc available on request. Groups of 4 or more can get a 20% discounted rate or free dinner by applying directly to Steve Wake Steve can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
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