For the tenth year in a row, this congress has been Scandinavia’s largest meeting place in PPPM. Orchestrating projects in a transformative world.
4 keynotes and 25 seminars that engage and inspire
Congress covers topics such as how new trends on the human level affect the future of project management, how value is created through sustainable projects. Business case with focus on circular economy & how teams can be strengthened to be more receptive to innovation, technology and change.
Wellingtone will be presenting at this conference | 9 March at 14:15
Presentation: Gaining from disorder: anti-fragility in project management
All projects are at some point in Their life exposed to disorder. However, what if I told you that’s Not necessarily a bad thing?
In a thought-provoking approach, I will explain why current approaches to uncertainty might be creating fragile projects that break at minimal stress and how you can design antifragile projects. If disorder in projects is as certain as taxes in life, should we not try to benefit from it rather than just survive it?
Participants will gain:
- A new perspective about uncertainty in projects
- Practical tools on how to be comfortable with the uncomfortable
- An opportunity to Self-Assess the level of fragility of Their Projects
- Hints and Tips on How to Make Their projects more antifragile
Marisa Silva, the Lucky PM, is an experienced certified PMO and PPM advisor, trainer, and speaker. A passionate advocate of the value of PMOs and project management, she co-authored the only APM-accredited courses for PMO leaders and is the author of “Bedtime Stories for Project Managers”. Marisa is a Senior Consultant at Wellingtone.