We are booked to give two presentations

Patrick will be part of the PMI Scheduling CoP’s one day virtual conference Navigating Complexity and De-mystifying Project Scheduling on the 10th July:


His paper Practical project controls – the art of getting to ‘Done’! will be available after presentation. Click to view abstract.

Lynda will be part of the AIPM 2014 Annual Victorian Forum to be held at the National Australia Bank ‘The Arena’ 700 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000 on Thursday 21 August 2014


Her topic is: Doing stakeholder relationship management in South America. For more information download the AIPM event flyer.

3 responses to “We are booked to give two presentations

  1. I tried to find out about the program for the whole event but there seems to be nothing on the PMI site except a mechanism for registering and a note of how many PDUs it is worth, which says something about PMI priorities. Is there a general outline of the event anywhere?

    • The ‘run time’ is 8:00am to 5:00pm USA EDT, the presenters will be:
      Peter Taylor
      Lisa Marie Smith
      Rad Nader
      Jonathan Japka
      Myles Miller
      Erezi Utiome
      Pat Weaver
      Rich Maltzman
      Patrick Weerdenburg

      Chris Carson

      Jose Vecino

  2. The Scheduling Community of Practice http://scheduling.vc.pmi.org/Home.aspx site has been updated as speakers have been confirmed, the topics will be:
    Keynote: “Infinite Demand in a Finite World” by Peter Taylor
    Scheduling and Progress Reporting by Jonathan Japka
    Technical Schedule Analysis Techniques by Chris Carson
    The Project Manifesto: Understand Critical Chain Values by Rob Newbold
    The Importance of Scheduling in Project Execution When Writing Winning Proposals by Jose Antonio
    PMI – SP credential update by Simona Fallavollita
    A Toolbox for Schedulers by Patrick Van Weerdenburg & Alfonso St.Jago
    A Product-Library Approach for Improving BIM-Based Schedules of Elements by Erezi Utiome
    Constraints – No More! by Myles Miller
    Staggered Scheduling: Addressing the Challenges in a Multi-Shift Environment by Lisa Marie Smith
    Planning and Scheduling in an Agile Framework by Nader Rad
    Practical Project Controls – the Art of Getting to ‘Done’! by Pat Weaver

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