ADAPT or DIE
A science festival disguised as a congress. Keynote speeches, mini colleges, master-classes, workshops, poster presentations and talk shows provide all participants with the opportunity to compose a completely personalised programme.
The keynote speakers are assisted by co-referents with practical experience. The speakers and the participants are thus exposed to immediate feedback from experienced and specialised project managers. The keynote speakers also host inspiring master-classes during which they will deal with (in advance) submitted practical examples in great detail.
Host Hans Bakker will discuss project management 3.0 in his plenary talk shows with (un)expected guests.
In addition, the congress café is the perfect location to informally catch up during these two days of congress. Participants will also be able to keep the discussion going in small groups with some of the keynote speakers. Furthermore, the authors of the abstracts regarding the statements on their posters will also be available for discussion.
In short: a particularly challenging and ambitious programme with some of the best international speakers. Relaxation and meet&greet during lunches, cocktail hours and the atmospheric congress dinner in the Oude Kerk.
ADAPT or DIE: Specifically for those scientists and experts who wish to remain in the loop of the most recent developments in their field of expertise.
followed by a presentation with an example from practice
Presentation with an example from practice
Poster presentations researchers on ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT, PROJECT LEADERSHIP, EARLY & LATE INTEGRATION, COLLABORATION, EDUCATION AND LEARNING FROM PRACTICE and BEYOND PROJECTS: THINKING THE FUTURE
Masterclasses and round table discussions led by the keynote speakers
Workshops, mini-lectures, debates and discussions led by researchers and practitioners; with, inter alia:
A) Integral design & project management
B) Project management of innovation processes
Integral design should be a fixed part of project management. Society stands for complex tasks that require integrated solutions. How do you tackle these challenges as a project? Especially in the initial phase there is a lot of room for thinking differently and innovating. The participants are challenged to deal creatively with the new complexity. In the workshop, researchers, professionals and students get to work with the City of the Future. Aim: to allow participants to experience the added value of integral design for project management.
Under the direction of Professor dr.ir. Marcel Hertogh, professor of Infrastructure Design and Management