Free Webinar: Mastering Project Complexity

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Date: Wednesday, 21 November 2018 to Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Address: SYDNEY, NSW Australia
Total Price: $0.00

Join Consult Australia and Deltek online on Wednesday 21 November 1 PM (AEST) for our free webinar:


If you are experiencing difficulty registering online, please email


Mastering Project Complexity

The Asia Pacific architecture, engineering and construction design (AEC) industry is growing considerably, expected to reach about US$5 trillion a year by 2025 representing 60% of the world total*. Common challenges for both emerging and developed economies are constraints on budgets and timelines, uncertainty and risk as well as “problem projects”.

All design practices aim for growth in some form or another. If not in size, then in depth of expertise, speciality, efficiency or impact. Most would agree that growth in any of these areas is made more difficult by the complexity of project work.

Join this free webinar with Pedram Danesh-Mandat at KPMG, Jennekin Dicks at Management in Action and Jeff Klein at Deltek, as they discuss why your firm needs to implement a dynamic project control framework to manage complexity and help structure your project-focused business for growth.

The webinar will provide you with:

  • Guidance in managing project risks and uncertainties from initiation phase to project close out
  • How to ensure visibility of financial control to support cost management and compliance.
  • How to enable a more digital approach to working with enterprise information management.
  • Creating greater ease in delivering projects and services on time.
  • How to support collaborative teams to maintain quality and efficiency in your service



Jennekin Dicks, Management Systems Consultants

Jennekin is a past architect and owner of Management in Action – a consultancy business which has focused on supporting design practices in the type internal development which both engages their people and manages excellence. With a passion for internal systems and processes which respond to people, practice and industry needs,

Pedram Danesh-Mand , Director of Project Risk Consulting at KPMG,  NSW President Risk Engineering Society

With a successful record of executive positions with high profile companies and as an industry innovation award winner, Pedram has contributed to several major projects across Australia and overseas. As KPMG’s Director Project Risk Consulting, Pedram leads and inspires teams for setting a benchmark for delivery of Integrated Project Controls (Scope, Time, Cost, Risk) and Project Risk Management to provide clients transparent and practical risk engineering solutions.


Jeff Klein, Principal Solution Engineer, Deltek

Jeff Klein has been implementing and integrating ERP systems for nearly 20 years. Jeff has worked closely with large engineering & architectural firms including Aurecon, Cardno, Norman Disney & Young & Woods Bagot. Jeff has an accounting degree and has worked in that space for 10 years. Jeff’s combined business and technology experience and knowledge has assisted many companies leverage technology to identify and manage risk and assist in identifying growth and profit opportunities.