PMC SIG – Bringing Projects to Life
APM Planning, Monitoring and Control Specific Interest Group will, as always, be supporting eVa again this year. This event has arguably become the most prestigious conference in the project professionals’ calendar. It is two full days of the best speakers, fine food, good company and a venue steeped in hundreds of years in history.
It is the 21st anniversary, so to celebrate this, and in recognition of PMC SIGs continuing support and special relationship with the event, we have agreed organised two special offers. After all, eVa is the spiritual home of Earned Value!
1. Integrated Baseline Review Book Launch [16 June]
At the end of a packed conference programme on day 1 [5.30pm on 16 June], we plan to launch the PMC SIGs latest publication, a guide to conducting an Integrated Baseline Reviews, also known as the IBR Guide.
To mark the occasion and make it extra special, we will hold a short food and drinks reception, hosted and sponsored by our friends at Deltek.
There will be an opportunity to meet the authors; who will be more than willing to sign your FREE copy of the IBR guide.”
Book now to reserve your free place and book copy. You are very welcome to spend the entire day learning and networking with us. So book your free place below and choose a package that suits you!
A Guide to Conducting Integrated Baseline Reviews
A Guide to Conducting Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBR) describes the process of performing a technical and schedule review to establish a balanced understanding of the planning maturity of the project. The IBR will review:
- the project management plan;
- the methods and metrics used to measure contract performance or progress;
- the management control processes that operate during the project’s execution;
- the technical merits of the schedule;
- the risk associated with the baseline.
Based on tried and tested techniques developed by the military, it is applicable to projects of all sizes in all industry sectors.
Tim Banfield, Director of Strategy at Infrastructure and Projects Authority, says:
“The book guides the reader through the review process, suggesting what the review should be looking for, and how the output should be used not only to improve the project under review, but rather how outputs can be collated to prevent common issues from reoccurring.”
2. PMC SIG Annual General Meeting Package [17 June]
Stephen Jones says …
“Any full APM member registering on the APM event page to attend the SIG’s Annual General Meeting, scheduled to take place immediately after eVa on day two [5pm on 17 June], will be eligible for FREE entry to the Friday afternoon conference programme.
However, I would strongly recommend that you attend the entire conference, including the book launch and conference dinner on day 1.
Use the button below to choose a package that best suits you.”
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