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  • 1. #EVA19. 20-21 May 2014. London eVa in the UK: Earned Value conference Earned Value Project Control The nineteenth eVa ‘ABC’ - Agile, Benefits & Complex. Armourers Hall, London EC2R 5BJ Thanks to our great sponsors…
  • 2. ‘ABC’ - Agile, Benefits & Complex Programme Tuesday 20th May 2014 0930 - Changing the project wasteland with a portfolio culture that works Adrian Pyne, APM ProgM SIG 1015 - Making projects fly Mark Robinson, Head of PM Body of Knowledge [Airbus] 1045 - Break 1115 - Reconstructing Bank for the greater good Programme Team, TfL 1200 - The Bloodhound Project – Managing a Difficult Change Chris Fairhead, Bloodhound Delivery Director & Colin Higginson, BMT Hi-Q Sigma 1230 - Heathrow T2 Redevelopment Controls and Governance Geoff Rea, Project Director & Dan Wynne, Turner & Townsend 1300 - Lunch 1400 - It’s a Battle to Plan: a WW1 Case Study Jonathan Crone, Divisional Manager, Project Control, Foster Wheeler Energy Ltd., 1500 - Managing the project delivery culture David Birch, Head of Project Controls, National Grid 1530 - Break 1600 - So. Complex is complicated. Or is it? Carolyn Limbert, APM PMC SIG 1630 – Managing Global Health Susie Boyce and Dr Lynne Hughes 1700 - The Project Manager who smiled Peter Taylor, The Lazy Project Manager 1730 - Drinks The Old Doctor Butler’s Head, Moorgate 1845 - EVA Networking Dinner The Armourer’s Hall
  • 3. ‘ABC’ - Agile, Benefits & Complex Programme Wednesday 21st May 2014 0930 - These Blues of mine. Communication problems. Jack Pinter and friends. 1000 - Responding to Complexity. How hard can it be? Harvey Maylor, Cohort Manager – Major Projects Leadership Academy 1045 - Break 1115 - Managing expectations Sue Hitchcock, London Tideway Tunnels 1200 - Facilitation. A better way to agree Tony Mann, Resource Productions, APMG Chief Examiner 1230 - Going forward Tim Banfield, Director, Major Projects Authority, Cabinet Office 1300 - Lunch 1400 - Leadership Ancient. Alfred the Great Stephen Carver, Cranfield University 1500 - Leadership Modern. A helicopter view Lt. Col. Tom de la Rue 1530 - Break 1600 - Agile is coming. How the US GAO manages it Steve Jones, Sellafield Ltd. 1630 – Accurate Project Forecasting with Acumen Phil Shatz, Deltek UK 1700 - Close
  • 4. Notes: Thanks for supporting #eva19 – we hope to see you again next year! Steve Wake. The filmed presentations from the #eva19 conference will be made available free of charge to delegates on The PM Channel. Presentations will be displayed on Slideshare and www.evaintheuk.org ‘eVa in the UK – Building a better project manager’ email: swprojects@blueyonder.co.uk web: www.evaintheuk.org twitter: evaintheuk Promoted by Chanctonbury Associates & PM Channel