After two previious editions PMI Netherlands Chapter and CKC Seminars organize a third Summit on June 12th in Figi Zeist. Highlighting the thin line between project success & failure, it will reveal crucial success factors and pitfalls to teach, inspire and help project, programme and portfolio managers in their professional life.
Dr. Thomas Juli, is an experienced, enthusiastic and results-driven manager. He provides leading edge program, interim and operational management offering more than 16 years of progressive leadership and management experience in various functions including project and program management, management consulting, business analysis, professional training and academic teaching. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) by the Project Management Institute and Certified Scrum Master (CSM®) by the Scrum Alliance.
Next to running and expanding his own consulting business and building theInstitute for Project and Business Transformation he is lecturer for innovation and technology management at the Wilhelm Büchner Hochschule in Darmstadt, Germany, an accredited, private university for distance learning. He is founder and president of i-Sparks, an open online community that helps and motivates individuals and organizations turn their project challenges and failures into projects for success.
Prior to starting his own consulting business he worked for SAP and two leading management and IT consultancies, Sapient and Cambridge Technology Partners. He consulted for various companies in the telecommunications, banking, energy and public sectors. He is a regular speaker at conferences on project management such as the PMI Global Congresses and the NASA Project Management Challenge. He is the author of Leadership Principles for Project Success (CRC Press, New York, 2011).
Countless thousands more have been inspired by Taming Tigers by Jim Lawless, one of the world’s leading inspirational speakers, and CEO of the Velocity Corporation. With his team, has implemented successful change programs in companies including Apple, Barclaycard, Atos, Axa, BT, Aramark, Skrill Group and Badminton England.
He insists on testing principles of change on himself before advising others. In August 2010, he used “Taming Tigers” to become Britain’s Deepest Freediver, the first Briton to dive below the magic 100m barrier on a single breath of air. The presentation is unique because Jim has undergone “impossible” change twice to prove that his principles work. The “Tiger” is Jim’s metaphor – The Ten Rules are practical tools to overcome any barrier. Jim’s second book – The 7 C’s of Cultural Change will be in the shops in September 2015.
AMI Consultancy, was involved in Maasvlakte 2 – the expansion of the Port of Rotterdam – the biggest civil engineering project in the Netherlands since the Delta Works. It was completed on May 22nd 2013 – under budget, within time constraints and with a satisfied client! In an interactive discussion with the Maasvlakte 2 stakeholders, Martijn Jong takes you to the project highs and lows and offers a close look into the project kitchen., Partner & Director,
Best practices and workshops
There’s a lot more in the PMI Netherlands Summit 2014’s programme. Best practices and workshops will be delivered to you by:
- Project Office A2Maastricht) (
- Dura Vermeer) (
- Philips) (
- Amy Andrade (CareSpot Express Healthcare)
- NIMO Project Management Instituut & NIMO Academy) (
- Kennis & Co) (
- Shell Global Solutions International) (
- Ed van der Tak TA (Dutch Planning & Scheduling Institute (SPIN)
- (La Salle Almere Campus)
- Dr. Ir. Chantal Savelsbergh (Open University of the Netherlands)
- Liselore Havermans (VU University Amsterdam)
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