“The Cooperative Transformation in Project Management”
It is observable and measurable: Project work that has been done inside the protective walls of an organization is more and more done with partners, contractors, subcontractors, and so on. This is reshaping the project economy and brings new opportunities and challenges to practitioners, that Oliver F. Lehmann, PMP will address.
“Resolving Crises in Customer-Facing Projects with Benefit Engineering”
Most customer-facing projects are profit centers for the performing contractor. Project business, however, is high risk business for these contractors, and methods are needed to help them avoid or resolve issues that can grow into major crises. Benefit engineering is an approach that can help in these situations.
Oliver F. Lehmann, MSc., PMP, is a globally known business trainer. His instructional focus areas are the preparation of experienced project managers to become PMP certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and education of project managers in project business management for cross-corporate projects with clients, contractors done as business activities.
As a writer of books and articles on project management, Oliver F. Lehmann mostly keeps a focus on the cross-corporate and interpersonal aspects of the discipline. He is also interested in Bid/proposal management and Connective leadership,fields for which he has obtained certifications by the leading organizations.
Oliver F. Lehmann holds a Master of Science in Project Management from the University of Liverpool and is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) by the internationally esteemed PMI. He is a visiting lecturer at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, and is frequently booked for seminars by companies.