Energy Transition – Effective Project Team Management
Effective Project Team Management
Energy Transition is here – reports indicate political will, technological evolution, government investment support, investor interest and commitment, and project development and delivery have taken a significant leap forward. But little is said about how projects are delivered and the corresponding contracting arrangements. Constructing Excellence and ECI will be hosting a year long series of events to address the Energy Transition revolution and we welcome your participation!
During the call, we’ll be joined by Tony Maplesden, BSc CEng FIMechE FAPM FInstLM. Tony is a chartered engineer with over 40 years’ experience in the delivery of engineering construction projects. His experience in the process industries has encompassed project assignments ranging from minor ‘works based’ project programmes to multi-million GB pound capital investment projects. Tony is a fellow of the Association for Project Management (APM), the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Institute of Leadership & Management, he has a qualification in management psychology and is a qualified management coach/mentor. In the final stage of his career, he worked in the UK Oil & Gas industry based in Aberdeen, during which time he held the positions of Offshore Regional Chair and Chairman of the Project Management Steering Group with the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
- ACTIVE Principle 2 – Effective Project Team Management
- Key features of the principle
- What can it achieve?
- ACTIVE – Pilot Project No1 outcomes
- ECITB Project Collaboration Toolkit
- Background to its creation
- Learning from pilot and other projects
- Comparing ACTIVE Principle 2 and the PCT – Similarities
- Team Working and Collaboration – Importance to the Net Zero / Energy Transition programme.
- Meeting Discussion; Q & A