International Project Management Day Breakfast

Nov 02
Join us for breakfast to celebrate International Project Management Day 2017

Please join us for breakfast followed by a panel discussion on the topic "Views on Project Management in 2037, and impacts for the future Project Manager"

Hear from panel members such as Dr Raymond Young, Senior Lecturer, UNSW Canberra at ADFA and Travis Harvey, Associate Director, National P3M Service Leader at TBH and Glenn Alcock, Director of Operations for the Australian Defence Forces newly established Defence Innovation Hub on topics such as ‘How has project management changed over the past 20 years?’, ‘What impact will the disruption in IT and Digital affect the life of a project manager?’ and ‘What will the project manager look like in 10- 20 years time?’

Take a moment to show the people who manage your projects how much you appreciate them on International Project Management Day and bring them along to this event.

International Project Management Day first came about in 2004, spearheaded by Laverne Johnson and Lori Milhaven in conjunction with the men and women of the IIL (International Institute of Learning) team. They knew the hard work that project managers do, and how much they add to a project coming off efficiently and on time, with all the p’s and q’s crossed. Project Managers make sure that everything’s moving smoothly, and work in every industry and sector, from government to volunteer. International Project Management Day focuses on bringing the recognition they deserve for helping our greatest goals come about with smooth competence.


Dr Raymond Young (BBSc, MBA, PhD) Raymond is a senior lecturer at UNSW Canberra and a leading international researcher in the field of project governance. He is a founding member of the Standards Australia sub-committee developing IT Governance Standards and editor of HB280 a handbook on how the board and top managers govern projects to succeed. Raymond’s earlier career was as a management consultant with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu that culminated in a CIO role in a joint venture company between Fujitsu Australia and Bell Atlantic.

Dr Raymond Young (BBSc, MBA, PhD)

Event Partners

Bright Consulting
BAE Systems