2011 Global Sponsor
Planning for Expansion (Session 108)
Sunday 6 November 13.00 – 17.00
ISPE CEUs: 0.35
In 2010, the Project Management COP took you into the future, and introduced you to the “Science of Project Management.” Now one year into that future, the track turns in the other direction, and explores how Project Management is like the Wild, Wild West; a period in American history where expansion was imminent, resources were undiscovered, and the rate of innovation was on a sharp rise.
This year, the Project Management COP provides you with another opportunity to wear a different hat and explore your own role as a Project Manager. This session will include information from the ISPE Project Management Good Practice Guide and role playing exercises to promote understanding of methods that will help enforce Project Management Good Practices. Are you Project Manager enough to participate and attempt to instill order?
- Jeff Campie, USA
- Richard Forsyth, Senior Consultant, Hyde Engineering + Consulting, USA
- Nigel Hamilton, Global Quality, Strategy and Process Excellence, Sanofi Aventis, United Kingdom
- Aisling Horan, Validation Scientist, Alkermes Plc, Ireland
- Edwin Melendez, Principle Consultant, Parexel, USA
- Mark O'Reilly, Director Engineering, Alkermes Pharma Ireland Ltd, Ireland
- Kimberly Ray, A. Director Project Mgmt, Oso Biopharmaceuticals Mfg LLC, USA
- Julian Wilkins, Vice President, PharmaConsult US Inc, USA
- Paul Wreglesworth, Independent Consultant, United Kingdom
How You Will Benefit
Project Management is a key component of all aspects of the industry; inherently, managing a project means managing people. Delegates will benefit by interactively exploring proven best practices and determining how best to apply those concepts and practices into their everyday work structure. By understanding the drivers of a project as it relates to the personnel assigned or selected and assessing the best methods to lead these personnel toward a successful project, this session will be beneficial to anyone who either manages, supports, or interacts with a project team.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who either manages, supports, or interacts with a project team.
Communities of Practice (COPs)
This session is of particular interest to existing and future members of the following ISPE Communities of Practice (COPs):