PMIT Construction Community Event - Address, Adapt, Repeat! (Project Management for Deeper Sustainability Outcomes)
Over the last decade, the benefits of adaptive and iterative project management have become clearer. Beyond focusing on delivery, adaptive and iterative methods focus on project outcomes in addition to process. This orientation has become even more important as engineering and construction projects need to meet ambitious sustainability targets for existing buildings, in line with national and global emissions reduction targets and adjust to rapidly changing business environments.
Karim Hajjaj, in conversation with Asaph Benun, will discuss best practices, rewards and the pitfalls to avoid with adaptive and iterative project management, looking at strategies for contractual alignment of interests, stakeholder engagement, communications management, scheduling, and cost / value management, to maximize sustainability project outcomes.
- Understanding how the outcome-based approach aligns with PM principals
- Mastering the challenges in outcome-based project management
- Strategies for information management in outcome based projects
- The project manager’s role in education and stakeholder alignment
5:30 PM - Introduction
5:45 PM - Speaker Presentation
6:30 PM - Break and a Menti-meter Survey
6:45 PM - Speaker Presentation Continued
7:30 PM - Q&A
7:50 - 8:00 PM - Closing
(Subject to HST)
PMI Toronto Members (login prior to registering) - $10.00
Non-Members and Guests - $25.00
2.5 (Technical 0.5 | Leadership 0.5 | Strategic 1.5)
A leader with a bold and visionary approach, Karim is an expert in planning and executing strategy. He has a background in both engineering and business administration, which he uses to direct organizations to attain their long-term goals. Having attained his PMP certification in 2015, he managed several infrastructure and resources projects valued at more than $200 million.
At Ecosystem, Karim identifies and implements best practices to ensure operational efficiency.
He remains forward-thinking as he brings structure and focus to his projects and teams and keeps core objectives in mind as he pursues opportunities to make processes more agile and adaptive. Karim earned his BS in civil engineering from Laval University, where he also was awarded an MBA.
Asaph heads Ecosystem’s client development team and advocates for relational contracts that promote shared values and goals through outcome-based economics. In his pursuit to uncover hidden potential in existing buildings and assets, he works with building owners to address operational, financial and environmental needs. Advancing the alignment of interests of stakeholders, a cornerstone to an outcome-based approach, he brings a unique perspective that includes change management, a passion for sustainability and a commitment to helping companies transform their business relationships. Asaph earned his M.Sc. in Genetics (UBC). before shifting to business administration (MBA, McGill) and working in professional services environments.
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