PMI UK Chapter

PMI South Event: The Future of Project Management. 22nd April 2020

PMI South Event: The Future of Project Management. 22nd April 2020

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PMI South Event

The Future of Project Management

22nd April 2020 at 5.45 pm

Eni House, Basing View, Basingstoke, RG21 4YY


Main Speaker: Rob Leslie-Carter 


Arup director Rob Leslie-Carter joins us to present the Future of Project Management (FoPM). Please join us to find out how this compilation of best practice, emerging trends, and forward thinking can inspire the way you deliver change through projects.


FoPM is a collaboration between the Association for Project Management, Arup, and the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management, with crowd-sourced inputs from the global project management community.


FoPM is designed to provide the insights, ideas and inspiration to help you future proof your project management career and your projects. It explores the trends that will have global impacts on the way we deliver change through projects, imagines plausible futures through the eyes of our clients, and outlines plans for future action and research, including how you can get involved!

Event Properties

Event Date 22-04-2020 5:45 pm
Event End Date 22-04-2020 8:30 pm
Cut off date 17-03-2020 9:00 am
Individual Price Free
No. of Strategic PDUs 1
Location Eni House


5:45 pm

Venue open, our usual buffet food and drinks

6:30 pm

Introduction and Presentation

7:30 pm

Q&A Session and wrap up

8:00 pm



Rob Leslie-Carter

Director, Arup

Rob Leslie-Carter is a Director with Arup based in London. He has worked around the world with Arup for 27 years, and specialises in the planning, set-up, leadership and delivery of complex infrastructure and property projects both on client side and as leader of multidisciplinary teams. His project track record includes the Beijing Olympics Water Cube, the Laban Dance School in Deptford, New Acton Nishi in Canberra, Greenhouse by Joost in Sydney, and currently Europe’s biggest project High Speed 2. He is a regular speaker on leadership, project management, organisational culture and the future of work, and is a guest lecturer at the Bartlett at UCL and the University of New South Wales.

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