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    • PROJECT DATA ANALYTICS COMMUNITY

      FOUNDED BY PROJECTING SUCCESS

      We have a bold vision and need your help. Imagine a world where we are able to collect, map and analyse the data that is acquired in the course of project delivery and use the insights from this data to deliver future projects more efficiently. A world where we reduce the probability of an adverse event that could de-rail the project that costs lives, sinks the company and creates untold reputation damage. Even better if we can get to a position where we are able to avoid the avoidable.

      It sounds easy doesn't it? But it's certainly not an easy path to follow. The lack of organisational imperative, volume of data, data quality and commitment to change makes this a tough vision to deliver.

      But by working together, sharing good practice, illustrating the art of the possible, pooling data and upskilling project delivery professionals, the vision becomes achievable. This is what our community is about.

      Click forward to hear about our events:
      Project Hack,Project Meetup & Project Pluggedin

      PROJECT:HACK

      For those interested in getting practical hands on experience with project data analytics and unlocking its potential via a weekend investment of time.

      Project:Hack takes place 3 weekends per year and brings together business analysts, project delivery experts and data scientists / analysts to push boundaries and develop innovative solutions to enhance project delivery outcomes. Work as part of a team to tackle real world industry challenges using datasets from major players. Win thousands of pounds worth of prizes.

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      PROJECT:MEETUP

      For those interested in exploring the benefits and utilities of productionised project data products provided by innovative organisations.

      Project:Pluggedin is an event centered around the latest and greatest developments in the field of project data analytics to keep you plugged in. Short. sharp 15 min case studies and demos.

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      PROJECT:PLUGGEDIN

      For those interested in exploring success stories and discussing within project data analytics without having to invest huge amounts of effort and time.

      The Project Data Analytics meetups are designed to show real industry case studies of where data analytics has applied through an hourly event. The events occur twice a month on the second and fourth wednesdays. All community news and update are discussed to ensure you don't miss out.

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    • UPCOMING EVENTS & NEWS
    • Opening the Door for Students within Project Data Analytics?

      10 May 2021, 01:00 PM    02:00 PM
      https://bit.ly/3xuA7x6   The Project Data Analytics Communtiy are building a collaborative approach to drive advanced data analytics and data science within project delivery. This talk will show you how we can help build your career through connections, developing skills, getting access to data, building use-cases and more. Get access to real data sets, use-cases and solutions: Our initiatives range from presenting guest talks from thoughtleaders in industry, to networking with

      Sophie Khan
      Sophie Khan
      Community Calendar

      Will Project Data Analytics Reinvent Risk Management?

      12 May 2021, 05:30 PM    07:00 PM
      To sign up to the event please go to our meetup page here: https://bit.ly/32hk47O   Risk management has existed for decades. But how many times do we go back and analyse how many times we got it right? How good were we at managing risk? We leave a forensic data plume that evaporates, yet it contains a huge amount of insight. Rather than relying on expert judgement, can we use risk to augment our instinct and counter inbuilt bias? What will the impact of this be on traditional proj

      Matt
      Matt
      Community Calendar

      Shaping your Future with Data Analytics: Case Studies

      26 May 2021, 05:30 PM    07:00 PM
      https://bit.ly/2QyDti9 We asked you at our last meetup, "how big of an impact do you think project data analytics will have on your role within the next 3 years". 96% believed there would be at least a significant impact, with some believing in a complete evolution. With a growing demand for advanced data analytics across projects, its been a case of adapting or being left behind for both organisations and individuals. At this masterclass we have real case studies of organisations and

      Sophie Khan
      Sophie Khan
      Community Calendar
    • COMMUNITY INSIGHTS
    • Boosting your Project Data Sets with Third Party Data

      We all know projects are extremely complex system that are influenced by extremely large number of factors. Often project failure can be due to hidden causes that can sneak up on project managers. Data holds the key to preventing this, as it allows us to peer into the past and better understand our mistakes.   In many projects, one of the main major issues holding us back is that we lack the quantity of useful data needed to perform in depth project data analytics and the data we do have is

      Amena Zepherin
      Amena Zepherin
      Community Insights

      How I Am Adapting To A Project Data Analytics Future As A Project Professional

      In our most recent Meetup, we had a talk from Highways England on how they are transforming their approach to project delivery. With deployment of advanced data analytics across various stages of their projects including the A14 and Lower Thames Crossing, data analytics is becoming a standard in how they deliver projects. Another step into their data journey, includes upskilling their existing project workforce to align with this new approach, of which they have utilised the Project Data Academy

      Amena Zepherin
      Amena Zepherin
      Community Insights

      Why we need a Project Data Analytics Task Force

      In 2017 we met with people from the NHS and Network Rail to discuss the challenge of learning from experience and how advanced data analytics holds the key. I then developed a paper with Dr Stephen Duffield that summarised our research into 20,000 lessons lesson; we concluded that the process just doesn’t work. We take the complexity of a project and boil the experience down into a few trite paragraphs that are often statements of the obvious. Even today, a recent paper from Grant Mills et al hi

      Matt
      Matt
      Community Insights
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