Delivery and Recognition of Complex Projects

SA
Mar 21
It takes great leadership skills to deliver complex projects

It takes great leadership skills and the ability to effectively manage people to deliver complex projects, and the 2018 Project of the Year, CUE ADELAIDE 17 was no exception.

We invite you to join us for breakfast to hear from Director and Principal Advisor at Ground Effects Consulting, Jon Jordans as he discusses the successes, challenges and lessons learnt around his award-winning project CUE ADELAIDE 17. Ground Effects Consulting together with DSTO won the 2018 SA Chapter Project Management Achievement Award (PMAA) for Project of the Year. CUE ADL 17 was a complex Defence project part of the ongoing TTCP Contested Urban Environment (CUE) Strategic Challenge.

Jon will also provide some helpful tips and tricks into writing a successful submission for PMAA, which may assist you in your submissions if you were thinking about entering these esteemed awards in 2019.

Cost: Member $45, Non-Member $58, Table of 8 $360
CPD: 3

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Presenter:

Jon Jordans Jon is a senior business leader with over 25 years of experience in strategic, commercial and operational leadership.  He has a strong track record of generating positive bottom line impacts and proven experience in leading complex and large scale change. He has led significant project delivery with operating budgets up to $320M and over 1000 individual contributors.

He has a Bachelors degree in Economics, a Masters in Business and an Advanced Diploma in Project Management. He is a Certified Practising Project Director through the Australian Institute of Project Management and is a lecturer on the Masters of Project Management course at UniSA.

He has received awards for Integration, Environment and Safety performance and three Project Management Achievement Awards through the AIPM in recent years. His background, calm approach and insight help deliver value across multiple industries and he is able to achieve and maintain trust and rapport at any level. 

Jon Jordans