The world of project management is in a fundamental change, a collaborative revolution: Projects that would have been done internally in the past are more and more given to external contractors, who in turn may use subcontractors and sub-subcontractors, building complex project supply networks (PSNs).
This cross-corporate way of doing projects is the market for professionals in project business.
Based on specific expertise and assets, they have the intention to serve their project customers, make them happy, but also need to be profitable and consider cash-flow. Project business is high-risk business for all parties involved.
Oliver F. Lehmann will speak as a guest at the Karachi Chapter of PMI. He gives some insights into the specific challenges of doing Project Business and provides an example for methods managing it – Benefit Engineering.
The webinar is free but registration is required as seats are limited.
Oliver F. Lehmann, MSc, ACE, PMP, is a project management practitioner and trainer from Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
After 13 years in project management and project business management with a focus on automotive industry, he started his own business as a trainer in 1995. Today, he helps corporations to be more successful in project business, which is high-risk business for both customers and contractors.
Since 2002, he has volunteered for PMI, Project Management Institute. Since 2019, he is the President of the Project Business Foundation.
Oliver believes that true learning includes several types of activity: Experience, observation, and formal learning. And fun.
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