Offline Stream Program

Client-centered management of government projects

The event will highlight various aspects of the client-centered approach to the management of public projects. Let's discuss what client-centered management of government projects should be so that they really solve people's problems. Representatives of the authorities of the Kostroma, Belgorod, Kaluga regions, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug — Yugra, Moscow will share cases of developing customer-centric products.

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Discussion topics

— Client-centric approach in projects of socio-economic development of Russia

— Customer image in the digital age

— Assessment and development of a culture of customer-centricity of a civil servant: models and requirements

— Customer and client: how to balance the interests of the project stakeholders

— Issues of developing customer-centric products in the public administration sector

Participation in the panel session of the RCT of federal and regional authorities is free. An online connection will be organized using a special link.

Speakers

— Natalya Garkusha, Deputy Director of the Center for Training Leaders and Teams of Digital Transformation, Higher School of Economics, RANEPA

— Pavel Golosov, Dean of the Faculty of Information Technologies and Data Analysis, EMIT Institute, RANEPA

— Alexander Ozharovsky, Director of Projects and Programs, Sberbank

— Anastasia Permyakova, Deputy Head of ANO "Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation"

— Irina Kirilova, head of the department for work with the deputy corps and project support in the apparatus of the Belgorod Regional Duma

— Alexander Shubin, Methodologist of the Center for Training Leaders and Teams of Digital Transformation, Higher School of Economics, RANEPA

— Alla Zhukova, Head of the Program "Implementation of Digital Transformation Projects" of the Center for Training Leaders and Teams of Digital Transformation, Higher School of Economics, RANEPA

— Teresa Ponomareva, Director of the Department of Social Development of the Khanty—Mansi Autonomous Okrug — Ugra

— Olga Rogacheva, Director of the Multifunctional Center for the Provision of State and Municipal Services of the Kostroma Region

— Vadim Karetnikov, Director of the State Treasury Institution "Agency for the Development of Communal Infrastructure" of the Moscow Region.



Project management in the field of capital construction

New management methods and digitalization for improving efficiency throughout the life cycle of investment-construction projects. We will discuss the trends of investment-construction project management and the best practices of project management in the field of capital construction: cases of Rosatom and Rushydro.

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Presentations

— Resource and technological modeling is the basis for reliable execution of a construction project

Viktor Klepa, VDC Director of ICE unity, Advisor to the State Duma of the Association of the Construction Complex of the Nuclear Industry (ASKAO).

— Quality management in projects. The destruction of legends

Damir Baltabayev, Head of the Large Projects Department of the Integrated Modernization Program of PJSC RusHydro.

— The world's best practices of construction project management according to the Construction Industry Institute (CII)

Maxim Grishin, Candidate of Technical Sciences, MBA, RMR, President of the St. Petersburg branch of PMI, Executive Director of the Association "Eurasian Advanced Work Packaging Community of Practice (AWP)"

Moderator: Maxim Grishin, Candidate of Technical Sciences, MBA, RMR, President of the St. Petersburg Branch of PMI, Executive Director of the Association "Eurasian Advanced Work Packaging Community of Practice (AWP)"



Innovation and digitalization – where is the place for a human

In the most successful companies, such as Google and Amazon, people no longer participate in the intellectual or physical routine. Digital transformation frees people from processes and routine to implement more creative and interesting tasks and allows them to maximize the potential of employees. Convergent systems are not really convenient and interesting for people, they turn people into robots and functions. People in routine are unhappy, because their opportunities are much wider than routine tasks, it is important to take people away from processes, but where?

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  • Will digitalization replace people or not

  • What are the barriers to digitalization and the introduction of innovations in the company and how to solve them

  • What skills are necessary for a project manager in the era of digitalization

Who will be interested

— HR specialists

— Heads of project offices

Speakers

  • Sergey Trushkin, a leading expert on digital transformation at the WINbd Academy of Management.

  • Alexey Zyablov, General Director of Digital Practices LLC.

  • Svetlana Tomilova, Head of the Personnel Training and Development Department at Ilim Group.

Moderator: Sergey Trushkin, Leading expert on Digital Transformation of the WINbd Academy of Management



Personnel development in project management

Any company wants training programs to solve specific business problems and accelerate the implementation of projects. When choosing a training program, a number of questions arise. The experts have prepared answers to them.

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— How to evaluate the competencies of the organization's project managers. What you should pay attention to

— What to focus on when choosing a program: Soft skills or Hard skills.

— How to evaluate the effectiveness of the project manager training program.


Offline + broadcast

Who will be interested

— HR specialists

— Heads of project offices

Speakers

  • Veniamin Kizeev, Member of the Board of Directors of WINbd, Member of the Board of the National Association SOVNET, Certified Project Manager IPMA Level A®; PhD in Economics.

  • Kim Yuri, General Director of ANO "TSORPU".

  • Anton Okunev, Head of the IT PMO Project Office of PJSC Norilsk Nickel. An integrated approach to the development of the IT project management culture in Norilsk Nickel.

  • Catherine Nedelina, VP Marketing & Communications, PMI St. Petersburg ChapterHead of Talent Division, 'Professionals 4.0'

Moderator: V. M.Kizeev, Member of the Board of Directors of WINbd, Member of the Board of the National Association SOVNET, Certified Project Manager IPMA Level A®; PhD in Economics



Experience in the development of project management at universities

Project management at universities is very diverse: research, educational, organizational, social, innovative and other types of projects. At the same time, the university interacts with a wide range of stakeholders, performing an important function for the socio-economic development of the region and country, also the peculiarities of the regulatory framework in which the university operates play a role. These are the reasons why universities face a number of difficulties when implementing a project approach. To solve these problems, it is useful to refer to the experience of colleagues who have successfully coped with the implementation of project management.

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Who will be interested

Those who are associated with projects at universities: rectors, vice-rectors, directors of project offices, project managers at universities, teachers.

Speakers: finalists of the special nomination of the special nomination "Project management in the science and higher education system" of the "Project Olympus" competition.

The speakers will share their experience

  • How to form a project culture for the implementation of development projects.

  • How universities manage development projects.

  • How project management contributes to the successful implementation of the strategic academic leadership program "PRIORITY-2030".

  • Results of for three years of the special nomination "Project management in the science and higher education system" of the "Project Olympus" competition.

Moderators

  • Veniamin Kizeev, Member of the Board of Directors of WINbd, Member of the Board of the National Association SOVNET, Certified Project Manager IPMA Level A®; PhD in Economics.

  • S. N. Apenko, Head of the Council, Professor, Head of the OmSU Department, certified specialist in project management IPMA Level B®; Doctor of Economics.