The second in a series of IPMA 32-d Congress Events for project management professionals leadng to the 32nd IPMA World Congress in Russia, September 21-23, 2021 St. Petersburg.
December 11, 12:00 CET.
The webinar is free, but you need to register.
Now is the time to act and make quick decisions, we believe that this can be done using the experience of colleagues and adapting the existing mechanisms to their projects. Therefore, we launched a series of webinars with successful project managers who have interesting cases. Experts will share proven techniques and insights that you can use in your projects.
- How to use PM tools in critical cases like a pandemic. Case of creating an infectious disease center in Moscow.
- Methods and tools to improve the productivity of the project leader in the digital era. Best practices in project management today.
Artem Abgaryan, chief project engineer at the ARGOS Design BureauCase of creating an infectious disease center in Moscow.
Artem Abgaryan, Chief Project Engineer of the ARGOS Design Bureau, will talk about the specifics of organizing work at facilities, fast construction technologies and engineering solutions that made it possible to implement the project efficiently and as quickly as possible.
The tools of this project made it possible to build 50 buildings with an area of 80 thousand square meters in a month . Construction was carried out 10 times faster than the standard pace.
Vincenzo Testini, Italy, Head of Delivery Exprivia, PRINCE2, PMP, ITIL. Migration project to SAP S/4HANA: a challenge in the days of COVID
Acquedotto Pugliese remotely improved water infrastructure for over 4 million Italians by moving to SAP S / 4HANA.
Difficulties of this project: challenging budget, strong technological connotation, management of a multilingual team (10 different nationalities), the consequences of the pandemic and tight deadlines.
After the webinar, we invite you to join in a discussion with Evgeny Bumagin and PM experts: "Tools, techniques and productivity of a project manager in the digital age, trends and best practices."