Intelligent Projects Forum

"Leading industry thinking in project success"

  • The Intelligent Projects Forum is an invitation-only forum for project and programme leaders and change directors at blue-chip organisations.
  • Members are able to exchange ideas, share industry intelligence and knowledge in a relaxed environment. Members are like-minded people who will be the best and the brightest in their field.
  • The forum is hosted by Pelicam Assured Delivery who are committed to improving project success in the UK.
  • Our shared objective is to facilitate the development of better project practices and improve each organisation’s delivery performance.
  • The Forum meets a minimum of three times a year at a central London venue.
  • Speakers share expertise and first-hand experience in topics of particular relevance to members followed by active discussion over dinner.
  • All discussions are conducted under the Chatham House Rule.
  • Events are exclusive and by invite only.

Download our Intelligent Projects Forum brochure and join our Intelligent Projects Forum group on LinkedIn.


Please note our 2017 forum dates are as follows:

Wednesday 13th September
Tuesday 5th December

If you would like to find out more, please email: kerry.fitch@pelicam.com 

 

 

“I have attended many Intelligent Projects Forums and find each one extremely valuable. I find the mix of different market sectors and the lively discussion about our experiences and expectations in an informal situation both enlightening and enjoyable.”
— Duncan Mosely
“A really engaging, informative and enjoyable event hosted by Pelicam – with a breadth of industry experts sharing and challenging thinking on real examples of what good supplier engagement and management looks like - the potential pitfalls and the associated opportunities and benefits it brings – providing plenty of ‘food for thought’ for continuous improvement.”
— Gerry Mulvihill
 
“A forum that is dedicated
to project success has enabled
us to look at projects in a whole
new light without the specific
company challenges clouding
our judgement.”
— Ian Campbell
 
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