Autumn Breakfast Forum – 2014
When Project Management meets Agile
Can Agile work within a traditional Project Management environment? This was the question we asked at our 2014 event. It was an informative session resulting in some lively discussions. You can read the whitepaper that followed the session here.
Winter Breakfast Forum – 2013
Project Risk Management
Change is a reality of projects and their environment. Uncertainty and Risk are two elements of the changing environment and due to their impact on project objectives need to be managed. This exclusive forum gathered individuals, who deal with Risk Management within their project environments, to discuss and share ideas on building capability, adopting best practice and capturing uncertainty.
Spring Breakfast Forum – 2012
Project Governance Perspectives
With a growing focus on Project Governance our session explored differing concepts and perspectives on how governance can be applied effectively. Our Spring Breakfast Forum panel consisted of experts from Coles, Melbourne Airport, Infonomics Pty Ltd, Victorian Auditor-General’s Office and Core Consulting Group who lead an informative and enthralling discussion with our 50+ attendees. You can read the whitepaper that followed the session here.
Spring Breakfast Forum – 2011
Adapting to the Changing Nature of Project Information.
A panel of Experts from Telstra, Microsoft, Simplot, AJAPS and Core Consulting Group discussed how the use of social media and online collaboration tools are impacting on project information. It was a fascinating session for all who attended. You can read the whitepaper that followed the session here.
Spring Breakfast Session – 2010
PPM Solutions – Conflicting Stakeholder Needs
Understanding conflicting stakeholder needs is key in successfully standardising Portfolio and Project Management standards and toolsets across an enterprise. The Spring Breakfast Forum offered a panel of experts from B-Smart (Bijingo), Clarity (CA), EPM (Microsoft), WorkEngine (EPMLive), Primavera and Core Consulting Group to discuss the challenges and balance required to deliver organisational wide benefits.
Summer Breakfast Session – 2009
Ensuring PPM Tools Deliver
Ensuring Enterprise Project and Portfolio Tools Deliver December 2009 saw Core Consulting Group host a highly successful panel discussion on the topic of Enterprise Project and Portfolio Toolsets (EPM or PPM) and how to ensure they deliver the expected benefits. With over 50 delegates and representation from the major toolset providers including Microsoft, HP, Bijingo, Computer Associates and Primavera, the exchange of information was interesting and insightful.