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Rolling calendar of our events

3rd September 2019

Breakfast meeting: Project failure - a no holds barred sharing of stories

WYG London

Many of us have experienced projects which could have gone better. And we all know that learning from mistakes is a great way to improve and to ensure we avoid those same mistakes in future. And yet we are reluctant to share those mistakes outside of a small band of colleagues, preferring ........click here to read more >>>

16th - 17th September 2019

Annual Conference: Embedding sustainability and the circular economy in major projects - the opportunity and the challenge

Latimer Conference Centre, Chesham

The UN’s 17 Sustainable Development goals have created a clear agenda for change. Governments, investors, owners and the public are now all demanding evidence that major projects are making a positive contribution to the goals. Over........click here to read more >>>

26th September 2019

MPKH LIVE: Project data pooling challenge

Bentley Systems

The arguments around the challenges of data sharing and pooling are well rehearsed: what does governance look like? How do we ensure that the data is secure when we need it to be. Who owns the insights generated? How do we control access to appropriate parties? How do we layer the data? How........click here to read more >>>

3rd October 2019

Good, better, best practice in projects



In today’s commercial arena, achieving best practice is a laudable ambition. But it’s the continuous improvement journey, not the end strategic destination, that has the real power to drive visible accountable success. Organisations routinely waste 12% of their project investment spend due to poor performa........click here to read more >>>

7th October 2019 - 11th October 2019

Challenge of Major Projects Course 2019

Eynsham Hall, Oxford

This course is now fully booked, to be added to the waiting list please email ruth.francis@majorprojects.org The course includes presentations from Senior Project Leaders working on current major projects. Key topics include Lessons from project failures; People and culture; Building a successful majo........click here to read more >>>

17th October 2019

MPKH QUBE @ Work: Framing success and failure

QUBE Online


These regular workshop sessions will provide you with an opportunity to explore and develop personal and organizational approaches to working in major projects. We aim to generate an output from each event that you can take back and share with colleagues. You'll also have the opportunity to exper........click here to read more >>>

24th October 2019

Innovation and health and safety

Institution of Civil Engineers, London

Health and safety is embracing new technology, and innovation is the main driver behind this dynamic and continuous cycle. Product discovery, development, review and commercialisation enable companies to reinvest in new products and processes. The resulting improvements in health and safety within the workplace benefit al........click here to read more >>>

14th November 2019

Social inclusion in major projects

Etc. Venues/ Manchester

In a period when austerity and Brexit have highlighted the social divide in our country, the need for an approach to major projects that puts social inclusion at the core of what we do has never seemed more relevant. If the pot of money is smaller but the need to bring people together is grea........click here to read more >>>

12th December 2019

MPKH QUBE @ Work: Christmas Review and the Year 2020

QUBE Online


These regular workshop sessions will provide you with an opportunity to explore and develop personal and organizational approaches to working in major projects. We aim to generate an output from each event that you can take back and share with colleagues. You'll also have the opportunit........click here to read more >>>

13th February 2020

A whole system approach to major projects - end game thinking

Etc. Venues/ Manchester

Graham Dalton, Chief Executive, DIO, Ministry of Defence confirmed to chair this event. Further information to follow.........click here to read more >>>