Rogaland Branch - System Dynamics and Six Sigma

September 28, 2017
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

DNB-Arena
Ishockeyveien 1
Stavanger, 4021

Agenda:

  • KL 1630: Food and short introduction by PMI Rogaland Branch      
  • KL 1700: The role of System Dynamics in Project Management
  • KL 1800: Networking Break
  • KL 1830: How Six Sigma relates to Project Quality Management
  • Kl  1930: Let's go home!


About the talk

Session 1: The role of System Dynamics in Project Management

Millica
A new approach to modelling and understanding projects is emerging, based on system dynamics. System dynamics assumes a holistic view of the organisation focusing on the behavioural trends of projects and their relation with managerial strategies. The system dynamics model of a project aims to capture all the major feedback processes responsible for the system behaviour. The project management process is put into a wider context which includes many soft factors often external to the project work, with a strong focus on human factors which often appear to dominate the feedback structures.

About the presenter: Milica Marinkovic works as a consultant in Bouvet in Bergen and has an international Ph.D. Program in Model based Public Planning, Policy Design and Management, as well as two master degrees, in System Dynamics and in Business Administration.

The presentation will be held in English.

Session 2: How Six Sigma relates to Project Quality Management

Heidi Maier Sagstad is an experienced manager and Lean Six Sigma practitioner.  She is a certified Black Belt and has been responsible for the deployment of Lean and Six Sigma for an international biomedical company based in the USA.  Since moving to Norway, Heidi continues to work with various companies and organizations to help improve processes and business results.  During this evening’s presentation, Heidi will talk about how Six Sigma can be relative to PMI and the Quality Manager role.

  • What is Lean and Six Sigma
  • How can Six Sigma be used in a PMI project
  • Which Statistical tools are most useful in Quality Management

 
The presentation will be held in English.

Practical information

Location: DNB Arena (home of Stavanger Oilers), Ishockeyveien 1, 4021 Stavanger. The audience's entrance is on the left short side. Take the stairs up to the 3rd floor and follow the sign labeled PMI . There will be a person on the outside to meet you Plenty of parking in the p-house by the arena?

The meeting is free and open to all passionate about project management. The lecture will take place in English. Food is served in advance of the event and there will be a coffee break with nice talk and mingling.

For PMI members: Subject area (s) and distribution of PDUs within PMI's Talent Triangle:

Strategic & Business Management: 1 PDU
Technical: 1 PDU

The PDUs are registered by the individual participant. Guidance on how this is done can be found under the "Tips & Info" section below.