Key Learning Objectives
This ½ day workshop will comprise many anecdotes, tools, tips and insights, featuring
- Look up to those beneath you -the valuable lessons learned from some of the most unnoticed people involved with the project
- The innovative thinking that saved ‘months and millions’ –insights into spectacular performance improvement methods
- How recognition and celebration of success kept busy people energised
- The Personal ‘Offendedness’ Factor -the emotions control technique Alan developed to track his moods and the level that his own ego was contributing to problems rather than solutions
About the Course
This forum recognises that the contracting system for the Sydney Olympic stadium was probably ahead if its time, and that it is extremely relevant to many aspects of today’s contracting environment.
Most importantly, we believe that, because of the fact it delivered such a major project within the original budget and on the original contract completion date –no time extensions, no adjustment of original budget amount –then it probably still contains lessons for those who want to achieve similar outcomes in today’s contracting environment.
During this workshop we will provide you with these lessons.
Who Will Benefit
This workshop is relevant for those concerned with defining and implementing best practice contracts and projects.
Job Titles Include
Strategy, planning and resource managers, enterprise risk managers, product managers, contract administrators, personnel, managers and specialists, vendor managers, project and program managers, service delivery managers, operations and divisional managers, procurement and purchasing managers, logistics and supply chain managers, general managers, internal auditors charged with a contract oversight or review role
On-site & in-house training
Deliver this course how you want, where you want, when you want – and save up to 40%! 8+ employees seeking training on the same topic?
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