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On December 7-9, Moscow hosted the XV International Conference "Project Management 2020: A New Frontier". This year's event was held online: more than 200 delegates watched the speakers' speeches via webcast, taking an active part in team brainstorming sessions and interactive workshops.

NIIKPU acted as an information partner of the event.

The business program of the event began with a master class by Pavel Alferov, professor of practice at the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, an expert in project management, knowledge management and digital transformation, on the topic “Management of complex projects. Laboratory for joint development of recipes. " During his speech, Pavel presented the participants of the event with a Model of Management Complexity, which includes a total of 4 types and 17 factors of complexity. Among the first, the speaker included the scale, implementation technology, requirements for results and the presence of external factors. Factors, in turn, include, among other things, the quantitative indicators of the project, the technologies and solutions used, the expectations of the project of the parties involved in it, interdependence with other projects and other external barriers and constraints.

The next block of the business program of the Project Management 2020 conference was the Group Deprocrastination Session, with Maxim Dorofeev, a productivity specialist, author of the book Jedi Techniques, speaking as a speaker. Maxim, together with the conference participants, as part of an interactive discussion format, analyzed in detail the phenomenon of procrastination, the reasons for its occurrence and the most effective ways to combat it, outlined the first steps and made a list of tasks, the solution of which will help to win the fight against procrastination.

The business program of the first day of the conference was completed by a master class by Dmitry Lazarev, an organizational development consultant with 20 years of experience, a member of the American Association for Organizational Development ODNetwork, holder of the NTL Institute certificate, author of books on organizational development. The topic of the interactive master class: "Consulting skills: influence without direct control." How can you often act as a partner for clients, build trusting relationships and avoid losing situations in consulting? The participants of the event received detailed answers to these and other questions during Dmitry Lazarev's speech.

The second day of the conference began with a plenary discussion panel on the topic “20th anniversary of the implementation of the project approach in Russia”, the participants of which discussed the main stages of development of project management in Russia, its current state, as well as the main trends and development prospects. The session's speakers were Alexander Kutuzov, Alexander Tovb and Alexander Pavlov. Pavel Alferov will be the moderator of the discussion.

Alexander Pavlov (PhD, PMP, CPM, Prime, founder and head of the Project Management School) singled out the creation of the Moscow PMI branch, the development of a state standard for project and portfolio management, as well as the implementation of the three most important milestones in the development of project management in Russia. first training course on the PMBOK standard. Speaking about the current state of project management, Alexander Kutuzov (PME, senior vice president of PM Excellence) named the most relevant, in his opinion, industry trends: the relevance of hybrid technologies, the successful transition to remote communications, as well as the massive introduction of advanced methodologies and tools, which the management of the companies strives to compensate for the lack of qualified project managers. Alexander Tovb (President of the SOVNET Project Management Association), in turn, highlighted the qualities that a successful project manager should have. According to the speaker, in addition to high qualifications and the ability to manage a stakeholder, these include leadership qualities, charisma and professionalism.

Further, within the framework of the conference, an interactive discussion "What is a modern project management system in an organization?" The moderator of the discussion, editor-in-chief of the Project Management magazine Oleg Tumasov, discussed with the session participants what is the current role and value of project management in an organization.

Marianna Krel (expert at the Center for Training Leaders of Digital Transformation, GSHU RANEPA) identified four components of the project management system: processes, information system, methodology and regulations and a project team led by a leader. Alexey Polkovnikov (Managing Partner of the Project Practice Group of Companies devoted his speech to describing the life course of a project management system in an organization. The highest level of maturity of a project management system, according to the speaker, is an optimizable one, within which the existing standards and structures are fully defined, controlled by and PP & amp; P. processes. Vladimir Liberson (PMP, founder and Board Member of the Moscow branch of the Project Management Institute) listed the key elements of a developed corporate project management system, which, according to the speaker, include: corporate methodology and organizational structure, regulations, templates and reference books, as well as a developed system of participants' access to information and a system of motivation.

The next block of the conference business program was a master class on the topic "Integration tools in a megaproject". Alexander Kutuzov, together with his colleagues from PM Excellence, told the event participants how to combine its components into a single whole for the successful implementation of the project. According to Alexander Kutuzov, the integration of all parts of the project is the main task of the UP. “Management integration consists of linking deadlines, money, resources, risks and contracts. And technological integration, in turn, implies the docking of technological solutions, ”the speaker concluded.

The next speaker at the Project Management 2020 conference was Valery Razgulyaev, Information Manager at VkusVill, with a case study on “How trust allows projects to be done 60% faster and 40% cheaper”. Using the experience of the VkusVill retailer, the speaker told the event participants about the business value of such a concept as trust.

Then Vladimir Kurka, head of the project office of NP “Club of Leaders for Promotion of Business Initiatives”, spoke with a case-study on the topic “Nobody but us”, a positive scenario for the behavior of project teams in the world of project economy ”. According to the speaker, "uncertainty," black swans ", increasing complexity of projects, digital transformation are the factors that force us to change, increase the speed of decision-making and project implementation." Another speaker of the conference was Maria Romanova (Delivery Lead, Product Owner AC Cash Flow, Liaison Eastern Europe PMI, Project Manager, Sberbank, Ph.D., Associate Professor, PSA - 1, PMP & amp; ACP, level B, "SOVNET"), which, as part of her speech, listed the key aspects of building project ecosystems: partnership, distribution of areas of responsibility, IT platform, rules and communication channels, as well as digital development tools.

The next speakers of the conference were representatives of PJSC Gazprom Neft, Evgeny Ischenkov (head of monitoring and implementation of digital strategy) and Maria Belyaeva (methodologist of the Project Office of the DRP) with a case-study on the topic “Data-Driven PMO: Luxury or Necessity?”. One of the conclusions made by the speakers during the presentation: companies need to adhere to the optimal balance between the costs of data management and the value of decisions based on them.

Andrey Vachegin (Head of the Methodology Department of the Transformation Project Office of T Plus PJSC) presented a case-study to the participants of the event on the topic “Why we manage projects the way we do”. According to Andrey, today three blocks of development (strategy, development, projects) merge into one - Development, flexible and quick adaptation to external changes.

The final block of the business program of the second day of the conference "Project Management 2020: A New Frontier" was a master class by Dmitry Lazarev, a facilitator, business coach, and organizational development consultant with 20 years of experience. Master class theme: “Man-hours are dead! Or pricing services based on customer value, not cost. ”

The third day of the conference “Project Management 2020: A New Frontier” began with the track “PMBOK is dead, long live PMBOK! New PMBOK: a new era ”and speeches by Alexander Pavlov (PhD, PMP, CPM, Prime, founder and leader,“ School of Project Management ”) on the topic“ PMI PMBOK 7th Edition: a step forward and two steps back? ”. The speaker talked about the main features of the seventh edition of PMI PMBOK and how the concept of project implementation presented in it should work, changing the traditional concept of project management.

Oleg Tumasov (editor-in-chief of Project Management magazine) called PMBOK a consensus product integrating knowledge, competencies, best practices, methods and tools, as well as management principles and culture as part of his speech on the topic “On the culture and philosophy of project management”. As part of his speech on the topic "The decline of project management and the rise of product management" Andrey Badin (CEO, "Project Services") presented the concept of product management, according to which the product manager must constantly think about three topics: who the consumer is and what his needs are; what technologies should be used when creating a product and how to maximize revenue and profit.

The conference was continued by Yuri Kim (General Director of ANO "TsORPU"). “A flexible and result-oriented approach for assessing and developing the competencies of project participants involves analyzing the competencies required for the project, assessing their availability among employees and identifying missing competencies and developing a program for long-term provision of the company with competent specialists, taking into account the specifics of its projects,” the speaker concluded.

Alexander Mikhailov (PhD, PRIME, PM STANDARD (SRP-2), IT projects portfolio manager, Norilsk Nickel) gave a speech on the topic “Digital intelligent tools for project management” as part of the track “Digital project culture and PMIS”. Alexander urged the participants of the event to more actively use modern intellectual tools, which not only will not diminish the role of the project manager, but, on the contrary, can significantly expand his competencies. Dmitry Mazein (CEO, Advanta Consulting) in his speech separately highlighted the Data-driven approach, which, according to him, “allows you to look at and perceive what is happening in the same way, requires the entire organization and decision-makers to focus on information and make decisions in compliance with it. "

Then with the author's master class on the topic “Breakthrough strategy. what is change? " Yuri Shoydin (Head of Project Management Practice, Gazpromneft-Digital Solutions) spoke. According to the speaker, management transformation is a complex process that requires simultaneous dynamics in different directions: technologies, people, processes, documents, culture, supporting IP, and so on.

The first speaker of the track “Life and Death of Project Offices” was Nikolay Elantsev (Director of the Centralized Accounting Department of State Authorities, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug), who shared his own experience of forming a project team with the conference participants. Then Andrey Malakhov (Prince2 Practitioner, Managing Partner, PMLogic) made an overview of existing IT tools for hybrid project time management, and also highlighted a number of requirements for such tools: automatic calculation of the schedule, baselines, calculation of deviations and traffic lights, filtering of the nearest time horizon, and also functionality for portfolio reporting and building Gantt charts.

The next speaker was Oleg Melezhnikov (Head of Project Management, Strategic Development and Product Management, Ilim Group), who told the audience about the main goals and objectives of hybrid approaches in managing a project office, including: monitoring the execution of programs and projects, tracking sufficiency of resources, management of party expectations, communication and implementation of benefits, management of risk and change, and research and dissemination of best practices. The track ended with a speech by Anastasia Kondeeva, head of the design office of the Slata retail chain. “The head of the project office should constantly check how useful the office is to the Customer and top management, and how well the goals of the project office correlate with their goals,” the speaker concluded.

The final block of the business program of the conference "Project Management 2020: A New Frontier" was a speech by Dmitry Serebryakov (MBA, PMP, CAP, CSM, CSPO, CPO, CEO & amp; Founder HRTech project, Ex-Head of the Ecosystem of Digital Non-Telecom Products for Business, MTS PJSC ) on the topic “Ecosystems of digital products”.

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