Schedule Risk from the International Perspective: The 3 T's of Technology, Tools & Time

November 15, 2017
5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
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About the Topic: 

Sarah's presentation will illustrate how the legal (jurisdictional) framework, together with an appropriately-negotiated (contractual) framework, plus excellence in Project Management, combine to minimize risk and optimize project success.

She will describe ways in which project controls and PPM software solutions are being used in international mega-projects to improve schedule quality, and how a healthy schedule links directly to project risk and claims’ management. I will report on international trends in programming analysis, how these are being used to avoid and resolve disputes, and how they could map across to projects in the USA.

UK mega projects – the past, present and future

Technology, tools and time:

Case studies of international mega projects:

International trends, challenges and opportunities

About the Speaker:

Sarah Schütte is a UK-qualified solicitor-advocate and runs her own legal and training consultancy, Schutte Consulting Limited, based in London, UK.   Sarah has over 16 years’ experience as a construction and engineering lawyer. She works with a wide variety of industry clients, law firms, seminar organizers and educational establishments to support their projects, disputes, corporate and project risk management and insurance strategies and training programs. She has clients in the UK, Europe, USA, and Canada, and collaborations with organizations in several other countries. Sarah speaks French, German and Spanish as well as English. 

Sarah advocates confident and competent contract and commercial management, and focuses on putting law in its practical and purposive context so as to equip clients and training delegates with accurate knowledge and essential skills. She has developed a niche practice in planning, programing and project management (PPM and P3M), project controls and the law.

She is particularly interested in ethics and behavioral science, and how project management and delivery outcomes are affected by individual behavior and organizational culture


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Meeting Details
 
5:30 PM to 6:00 PM - Networking and Buffet Dinner
5:45 PM to 6:00 PM - Chapter Overview (New Members)
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM – Program
 
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$25.00 Member Ticket
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$35.00 Non member guest ticket
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