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Register Here - The Project Data Analytics Starter Kit: Getting to Grips with Data in 2022 | Meetup
Change is coming, get ready for it.

James Smith Ph.D. will be walking you through all the components of project data analytics, through the lens of a project delivery professional.

He will be walking you through all the components of project data analytics, through the lens of a project delivery professional in one hour. Many existing roles will look radically different in a few years time; for some it will be a matter of adapt or become obsolete.

Project Data Analytics can be used to support project delivery through:
• Anticipate variance and future cast
• To scenario plan the future and optimise its navigation
• Manipulating probabilities and accepting that the future is not
predetermined
• Sense team and supplier performance; forensically examining
individual performance, cohesion, collaboration and its impact on
project goals.
• Interrogate the connectivity between disparate elements of a
project and extract insights.
• Automate repetitive and burdensome roles, releasing capacity for
higher value activity.
• Interrogate and visualise data and discover new insights.
• Build and communicate data-driven business cases across various
stakeholders.

Start your Journey in Project Data Analytics with this talk. We will cover everything that we'll need in our armoury to adapt over the coming years. From Power BI to automation, data pipelines to Python. We will explain why we'll need it, what we can do with it and how to go about it all in a practical manner. What do you think?

These capabilities are becoming mainstream and a key part of our future project delivery roles. Don’t get left behind, get on board now!

    

Register Here -  Why Should the Construction Industry Up-skill a ‘Low-Skill’ Workforce? | Meetup
Will Woodhead is the CEO and Co-Founder of Mafic, a construction intelligence company which uses information from wearables to better understand how projects perform at a granular level to allow future projects to perform at a higher level. Mafic Safeguard is a wearable device which uses machine learning to understand the activity someone is performing from the movement of their head. Will will introduce the technology as well as Mafic’s current dataset from residential and commercial sectors in UK and Europe. He will lift the lid on what a typical productivity distribution looks like in a workforce and then demonstrate the impact this has on the economics of a project and why projects can still save money by doubling the good people’s salary.

Will is an Engineer by trade and spent the first 20 years of his career working overseas in shipyards in China, Japan and Korea. He has been part of the most complex offshore projects the oil and gas industry has seen and worked in cultures and environments alien to many. He studied Mandarin in Shanghai Jiao tong University and more recently worked for Samsung Heavy Industries where he wrestled with managing large workforces over large areas in sometimes harsh environments. It was here where the idea of Mafic came to Will and he brought his family back to the UK to start a new chapter in their lives and a new chapter in the construction industry.
 

  • Project:Hack13 Delivering Projects Better

    03 February 2022, 09:00 AM    04 February 2022, 05:00 PM
    Tickets here - Project:Hack 13 Tickets, Thu 3 Feb 2022 at 09:00 | Eventbrite Welcome to Project:Hack 13 - A hybrid event Headline Sponsor - Association for Project Management - https://www.apm.org.uk/ Face to Face at Code Node London or join in online through MS Teams Project:Hack 13 will bring together business analysts, project delivery experts and data scientists to push boundaries and develop innovative solutions to enhance project delivery outcomes. Win prizes wo

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