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.
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 PMI Bangladesh Chapter.
He gives some insights into the specific challenges of doing Project Business and provides an example for methods managing it – Benefit Engineering.
Oliver F. Lehmann, MSc, ACE, PMP, has been a trainer for project management and project business management since 1995. Before that, he worked more than a decade as a project manager with a focus on automotive and other manufacturing industries.
Oliver has been a member and volunteer with PMI since 1998. He was the President of the PMI Southern Germany Chapter from 2013 to 2018 and has been the President of the Project Business Foundation since 2019.
Oliver believes in three aspects of learning: Formal education, experience, and observation. With all three in place, he believes that must causes for troubles in projects are predictable and easy to address early, opening the doors to great project success.
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