Presentation on theme: "NETLIPSE Network & Special Interest Groups Pau Lian Staal NWM Vilnius, 18 th May 2010."— Presentation transcript:
NETLIPSE Network & Special Interest Groups Pau Lian Staal NWM Vilnius, 18 th May 2010
NETLIPSE Network (1) Magazines: Magazine #7 Magazine #8 due October Brochure Network Meetings : 17-18th May 2010, Vilnius 27-28th September 2010, Vienna
NETLIPSE Network (2) Presentations/workshops: October 2009, Stuart Baker, TEN-T Days (Napels) October 2009, Dirk Lauwers, International conference Science & Practice (Sofia) November 2009, Pau Lian Staal, Marcel Hertogh, Lecture University of Ghent November 2009, Stuart Baker, Major Projects Association (London) January 2010, Tony Francis, Marcel Hertogh, TEN-T Project Management Workshop, Plenary presentation (Brussels) Informal meetings
NETLIPSE Network (2) Special Interest Groups Business Cases Issue Manager: Matt Dillon Secretary: Joost van Blokland Stakeholder Management Issue Manager: Pau Lian Staal Secretary: Tony Francis Procurement & Contracting Issue Manager: Prof. Konrad Spang Secretary: Rob de Jong Project Management Issue Manager: Prof. Brane Semolic Secretary: you?
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NETLIPSE Website Facts & Figureswww.netlipse.eu 897 people visited this site Unique visitors Pages looked at Ave. pages looked at Time spent on site Visits
NETLIPSE Special Interest Groups Purpose: to develop and disseminate knowledge of a specific NETLIPSE project management topic in order to: further professionalise infrastructure project management exchange and develop knowledge provide input for the development of the IPAT and training programmes promote NETLIPSE as the European platform for infrastructure project management Each Special Interest Group is coordinated by an SIG-Manager, appointed by the Supervisory Board.
NETLIPSE Special Interest Groups (2) How SIG’s can exchange and develop knowledge: Regular SIG meetings Workshops a/o conferences Publications Interactive use of a closed section of the website Profiles and people finder (LinkedIn/Hyves/IPMA Ning) Library Discussions Etc. Provide input for training programmes
SIG Goals for Today Participate actively in one of the SIG working sessions Decide if you would like to join a group or lead a group Let us know your thoughts (on the thought cards)
SIG Working Session 12:45 – 14:30 1: This room: Planning for Green Shoots: Building a Business Case for Post-Recession Investment in Projects Matt Dillon 2: Room in the corner 1st floor (out the door, to the left) Results from the Procurement & Contracting session and future topics Stefan Riemann Rob de Jong Leendert Bouter 3: Room 1302: Models and challenges for Stakeholder Management translated to future SIG activities Dr. Frank Wadenpohl Pau Lian Staal Presentation of workshop results at 14:30