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Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 Summit 26 & 27 June 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland Fine-tune your PMO leadership skills to maximise project efficiency and success Flexible and practical performance measures to drive value Pioneer pathways for PMO excellence Explore strategies for efficiently executing major projects Strategic advice for managing your PMO Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - CZ1 PMO Leadership Conference 3 rd FEATURED SPEAKERS EVENT PARTNERS ORGANISED BY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 27 February 2018 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Ministry of Social Development Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

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SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop 9.00 - 4.30 Strengthening your communication: Skills for effective stakeholder management The key to successful leadership involves working collectively with a wide range of different individuals, both within and outside an organisation. Leaders must be equipped with the skills to communicate concisely and with intention. The ability to convey your ideas with conviction is an important prerequisite to steering yourself towards intended outcomes.

This interactive and experiential workshop will explore important elements to enhance your natural communication ability, build your confidence and help curate key relationships. Explore methods to improve your communication skills so you are able to interact with confidence. Developing communication techniques • Building your influence within a PMO role • Negotiating win-win solutions • Showcasing your credibility Gaining effective buy-in from the executive team • Creating strong stakeholder relationships • Nurturing crucial networks • Identifying key connections Managing time slippages and resource changes as PMO leader • Doing more with less • Juggling multiple responsibilities • Prioritising urgent vs non-urgent tasks Demonstrating the value of a PMO team • Growing your reputation • Recognising your worth • Increasing your value Expert Facilitator: Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Roz is passionate about people, their success and delivering outcomes. Often tasked with leading transformational change, Roz is recognised for getting things done while bringing groups / individuals who are change resistant along on the journey. She works to break down silos and explores how to leverage opportunities within and outside organisations.

Roz is known for taking a pragmatic approach to achieving outcomes. She appreciates the need for rigour around governance and the ability to rapidly change direction to succeed in a fast paced dynamic environment. This is achieved through utilizing the right skills, technology and processes. As a strategic thinker, her style of leadership enables her team to take ownership while Roz provides an overall framework and vision looking to the bigger picture. Experienced at leading transformational programmes, strategic reviews, company restructures, optimisation programs, Roz enjoys leading teams and mentoring individuals on their own personal career journey.

Her role as a Senior Leader within the International Business Attraction and Investment team (a growing part of Auckland’s Economic Development agency ATEED) has allowed Roz the opportunity to create the platform for the teams future success. Roz is responsible for the Operations and Planning team tasked with enabling successful achievement of our KPI’s. Having balance sheet responsibility and being accountable to ratepayers, Roz is prudent around where the team’s efforts are best placed to achieve value for money. Roz’s background in general management, management consulting and business development ensures that she is able to engage with multiple stakeholders (both factory floor through to Senior Executive / Board). Based in New Zealand, Australia and Europe; Roz has worked for blue chip organisations including Fonterra, Unilever, PA Consulting, Bayer, Ernst Young, Cognizant and Grant Thornton; along with key government agencies.

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VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 27 February 2018 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 25 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 26 June 2018 Navigate your PMO through uncertainty 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.40 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Re-shaping perspectives around the good/bad cop views of a PMO Governance is the essence of all PMO roles. PMO leadership involves maintaining a resolute yet tactful stance regarding the direction you want your work to take. PMO managers must understand how to strike a balance between the two.

• Differentiate governance vs. regulation • Maintain support of governance • Keep governance in line with strategy Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees 9.40 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.30 CASE STUDY To survive or thrive A successful PMO is one that drives business outcomes. For this goal to be realised, leaders must think beyond survival to how PMOs can actively contribute towards the execution of an organisation’s strategy and display it’s vital value-adding role.

• Evolve and adapt with the PMO • Enable success within a PMO • Scope future directions for PMOs Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand 10.30 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.35 CASE STUDY Conveying the importance of the PMO in improving investment decision making The PMO can step up to lead the development of critical business investment capabilities, becoming a driver for multi-disciplinary change. In his talk, Emil will focus on the role of the PMO in orchestrating step changes in investment decision making.

• The PMO as a leader and influencer at an enterprise level • Redefine the role of the traditional PMO • Investment decision making as an organisational capability Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand 11.35 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.25 CASE STUDY Embracing the PMO’s importance An organisation’s PMO has a vital role in the governance and execution of an organisation’s strategy. Each project’s success translates into a direct impact on the organisation. PMO leaders must ensure they are able to be a strong, independent voice to guide projects towards success by providing assurance.

• Value the importance of a bold PMO function • Integrate assurance into your PMO’s ways of working • Incorporate innovation within your PMO Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board 12.25 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.25 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effectively coordinating stakeholders and your team Advancing into a leadership position involves managing a wide range of individuals within and outside an organisation. The key to successfully engaging your team and others is to have a clear purpose and vision for all parties. • Establish stakeholder and team needs • Generate buy-in across your organisation • Develop partnerships whilst maintaining an oversight role Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance 2.25 - 3.05 CASE STUDY Extending the value and longevity of your PMO With the pits and troughs involved in most project-related work, leaders must be able to incorporate aspects of resilience into their PMOs. Nicola will share her career journey and the work it took towards achieving the rare Level 4 maturity status that the PMO currently has. • Navigate your PMO through risk and change • Facilitate a change capability • Deal with resistance to change Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland 3.05 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Successful leadership in a changing environment requires adaptability and fluidity of thought patterns. Leaders of tomorrow must be braced to challenge traditional systems and capture insightful ways of managing teams. PMO leadership calls for ambition, resolve and a resilient mindset, which helps to foster an overarching view of success.

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EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $200 off registration if you register and pay by 29 May 2018 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 10 April 2018 ALSO AVAILABLE SCIENCE, RESEARCH & INNOVATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2ND WOMEN IN TECH & TELCO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 14 - 18 May 2018 Wharewaka, Wellington 17, 18, 19 & 20 April 2018 InterContinental Wellington 23 - 26 July 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland 3.30 - 4.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Establishing executive buy-in and organising diverse stakeholders Any project-focused work involves coordinating multiple organisational stakeholder groups. It can be a challenge for leaders to manage differing stakeholder expectations, garner support and buy-in across organisation departments. • Explore strategies for gaining management buy-in • Nurture crucial networks • Meet the needs of different parties Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 - 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair Day Two 27 June 2018 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 OPENING CASE STUDY Enabling Growth within the Zespri EPMO Part of the process when creating a PMO that succeeds is ensuring it’s goals align with those of the organisation. An effective PMO/ePMO is able to contribute to the organisation in a beneficial way and build the organisation up.

• Enable growth via the alignment of business strategy • Explore business processes and enterprise data management • Manage the lifecycle of PMOs Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY Embracing agile methodologies as a delivery method Embracing new systems is essential to maximise the outcomes of the enterprise investment portfolio. Agile transformations are a process which need to evolve to the way we achieve governance and oversight to ensure their success. It is a system that must be managed and measured effectively, as well as responding to frequent learnings - especially at scale.

• Transition from traditional to agile delivery • Respond quickly to organisational change • Evolve governance as organisations become more agile Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand 10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion 11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea 11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY Effectively transitioning between diverse PMO environments The distinctions between corporate and public sector PMO environments are vast. Learning to transition between the two can be difficult. Ben will share his advice on successfully establishing a PMO within a healthcare setting and managing the change this involves. • Navigate change • Establish PMO’s relevance within your organisation • Align project and organisational strategy Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch NETWORKING RECEPTION 4:30 - 5:30PM Make the most of your experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks

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Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Refine your leadership skills ABOUT THE EVENT Revolutionary leaders ignite innovation, progress and new perspectives to foster a future-oriented strategy. Programme, portfolio or project managers must be adapt to the dynamic technologies, methodologies and systems needed to develop their PMO, one able to tackle the challenges of the future. A high performing PMO requires guidance and effective governance from managers. Developing successful PMO leaders is a necessary prerequisite in establishing a PMO that unifies organisational outcomes, adding value through effective planning, reporting and delivery. The 3rd PMO Leadership Conference creates a space for leaders to share their insights into the future of the PMO workforce. They will explore the challenges they have faced and overcome, delving into the strategies required to become a leader of tomorrow.

1.15 - 2.00 CASE STUDY Transforming from Waterfall to Scaled Agile Utilising aspects of DevOps and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), MSD has changed the way IT delivers. The ITPMO has eagerly taken on the challenge to reinvent itself to align, focussing on value, supporting iterative delivery, adopting agile principles and concepts at an enterprise-wide scale. • Embrace the alternative delivery method • Learn from the challenges and successes • Look to the future of SAFe at MSD Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Growing planning and delivery capability across the enterprise PMO leaders must undertake a front-line, proactive approach when supporting Project Managers in their daily tasks. The planning and implementation of projects requires efficient, capable leaders.

• Recognie the value of delivery and compliance PMOs • Adapt to different projects’ needs • Manage diverse projects Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.30 - 4.30 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Leading your PMO towards efficiency and success Summing up the ideas, strategies and tools discussed during the past two days, this interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect and explore what has been learnt. It is an opportunity to fully grasp what has been presented to develop your future vision and ideas into actionable plans. • Transition your PMO into the future • Step up into the role of a leader • Explore key points from the summit Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close Tweet about this event using the hashtag #WilmaChat and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! FOLLOW THIS EVENT WHO WILL ATTEND Current Leaders Aspiring Leaders Future Leaders More people? More savings! 3 4 5 7 8 10%DISCOUNT 15%DISCOUNT 20%DISCOUNT DELEGATES DELEGATES DELEGATES +

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 9.00 - 4.30 Effective Team Leadership • Knowing your team - Building team capabilities for increased performance • Recognising individual skills and strengths for effective delegation • Aim for excellence - aligning, integrating and motivating your team • Diagnosing performance gaps • Utilising feedback to improve performance and competencies Lead with emotional intelligence and whole-brain thinking • The emotionally intelligent leader and why empathy works • Identify how your leadership style can be a blocker or enabler of change • Explore the intersection of EQ, IQ and RQ • Manage professional and personal setbacks effectively Relationship Building Strategies • Building your circle of influence - networks and leadership • Working out loud - a collaborative and relationship building tool • Collaborating with external groups for effective partnerships Day Two 9.00 - 4.30 Building Your Change Management Capability • Key skills for confidently managing change • Understanding your stakeholders - high level stakeholder analysis • Explore communication essentials and listening to connect Critical Thinking & Problem Solving for Increased Project Performance • Cultivating a high-performance mind-set through critical thinking • Breaking down the barriers to critical thinking • Taking a proactive problem solving approach • Roadblocks to effective solutions Strategies to enhance your power and influence • Encouraging support and buy-in from stakeholders • Creating a common ground for dialogue to facilitate inclusive communication • How to communicate compellingly to enhance your results Developing Your Positive Potential as a Project Manager • Understanding your value as a project leader and how to increase that unique value • Creating the change you want to see • Setting your leadership blueprint Expert Facilitator: Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Justin has been a short and long term ‘safe pair of hands’ through times of establishment and transition. He has experience as an operational manager and change leader, recruiting, supporting and coaching the replacement permanent workforce.

Justin has been involved in the delivery, management and oversight of projects and people for over 20 years, leading Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPO and PMO) and developing Project and Business Assurance processes to assess project and programme delivery. Justin has also worked in health, delivering management, project governance and project reporting to support executive decision making and ensure projects realise benefits. This has been achieved whilst managing large and small portfolios of $350M across 400 projects. Tailoring project methodologies to suit organisations and project complexity.

He has led one of the largest Project Management practices in NZ, recruiting, coaching and developing Project Management capability at Telecom NZ. He has hands-on experience outsourcing and in-sourcing to enhance service delivery. Justin has led transformation through new business strategies to deliver positive EBIDTA and enhance functional capability; leading and being accountable for the day-to-day operations of project management professional practices and operational functions, with budgets ranging from 1-25M NZD He has worked in small start-up software companies, the UK civil service and defence industry, multinational Telco’s, has developed internal and external consulting functions and has recently led the PMO functions for 3 NZX listed businesses. Justin focuses on right sizing and pragmatic application of Business and Project Assurance and Governance frameworks to deliver business value.

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Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 Summit 26 & 27 June 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland Fine-tune your PMO leadership skills to maximise project efficiency and success Flexible and practical performance measures to drive value Pioneer pathways for PMO excellence Explore strategies for efficiently executing major projects Strategic advice for managing your PMO Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - CZ2 PMO Leadership Conference 3 rd FEATURED SPEAKERS EVENT PARTNERS ORGANISED BY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 27 February 2018 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Ministry of Social Development Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop 9.00 - 4.30 Strengthening your communication: Skills for effective stakeholder management The key to successful leadership involves working collectively with a wide range of different individuals, both within and outside an organisation. Leaders must be equipped with the skills to communicate concisely and with intention. The ability to convey your ideas with conviction is an important prerequisite to steering yourself towards intended outcomes.

This interactive and experiential workshop will explore important elements to enhance your natural communication ability, build your confidence and help curate key relationships. Explore methods to improve your communication skills so you are able to interact with confidence. Developing communication techniques • Building your influence within a PMO role • Negotiating win-win solutions • Showcasing your credibility Gaining effective buy-in from the executive team • Creating strong stakeholder relationships • Nurturing crucial networks • Identifying key connections Managing time slippages and resource changes as PMO leader • Doing more with less • Juggling multiple responsibilities • Prioritising urgent vs non-urgent tasks Demonstrating the value of a PMO team • Growing your reputation • Recognising your worth • Increasing your value Expert Facilitator: Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Roz is passionate about people, their success and delivering outcomes. Often tasked with leading transformational change, Roz is recognised for getting things done while bringing groups / individuals who are change resistant along on the journey. She works to break down silos and explores how to leverage opportunities within and outside organisations.

Roz is known for taking a pragmatic approach to achieving outcomes. She appreciates the need for rigour around governance and the ability to rapidly change direction to succeed in a fast paced dynamic environment. This is achieved through utilizing the right skills, technology and processes. As a strategic thinker, her style of leadership enables her team to take ownership while Roz provides an overall framework and vision looking to the bigger picture. Experienced at leading transformational programmes, strategic reviews, company restructures, optimisation programs, Roz enjoys leading teams and mentoring individuals on their own personal career journey.

Her role as a Senior Leader within the International Business Attraction and Investment team (a growing part of Auckland’s Economic Development agency ATEED) has allowed Roz the opportunity to create the platform for the teams future success. Roz is responsible for the Operations and Planning team tasked with enabling successful achievement of our KPI’s. Having balance sheet responsibility and being accountable to ratepayers, Roz is prudent around where the team’s efforts are best placed to achieve value for money. Roz’s background in general management, management consulting and business development ensures that she is able to engage with multiple stakeholders (both factory floor through to Senior Executive / Board). Based in New Zealand, Australia and Europe; Roz has worked for blue chip organisations including Fonterra, Unilever, PA Consulting, Bayer, Ernst Young, Cognizant and Grant Thornton; along with key government agencies.

VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 27 February 2018 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 25 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 26 June 2018 Navigate your PMO through uncertainty 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.40 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Re-shaping perspectives around the good/bad cop views of a PMO Governance is the essence of all PMO roles. PMO leadership involves maintaining a resolute yet tactful stance regarding the direction you want your work to take. PMO managers must understand how to strike a balance between the two.

• Differentiate governance vs. regulation • Maintain support of governance • Keep governance in line with strategy Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees 9.40 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.30 CASE STUDY To survive or thrive A successful PMO is one that drives business outcomes. For this goal to be realised, leaders must think beyond survival to how PMOs can actively contribute towards the execution of an organisation’s strategy and display it’s vital value-adding role.

• Evolve and adapt with the PMO • Enable success within a PMO • Scope future directions for PMOs Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand 10.30 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.35 CASE STUDY Conveying the importance of the PMO in improving investment decision making The PMO can step up to lead the development of critical business investment capabilities, becoming a driver for multi-disciplinary change. In his talk, Emil will focus on the role of the PMO in orchestrating step changes in investment decision making.

• The PMO as a leader and influencer at an enterprise level • Redefine the role of the traditional PMO • Investment decision making as an organisational capability Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand 11.35 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.25 CASE STUDY Embracing the PMO’s importance An organisation’s PMO has a vital role in the governance and execution of an organisation’s strategy. Each project’s success translates into a direct impact on the organisation. PMO leaders must ensure they are able to be a strong, independent voice to guide projects towards success by providing assurance.

• Value the importance of a bold PMO function • Integrate assurance into your PMO’s ways of working • Incorporate innovation within your PMO Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board 12.25 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.25 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effectively coordinating stakeholders and your team Advancing into a leadership position involves managing a wide range of individuals within and outside an organisation. The key to successfully engaging your team and others is to have a clear purpose and vision for all parties. • Establish stakeholder and team needs • Generate buy-in across your organisation • Develop partnerships whilst maintaining an oversight role Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance 2.25 - 3.05 CASE STUDY Extending the value and longevity of your PMO With the pits and troughs involved in most project-related work, leaders must be able to incorporate aspects of resilience into their PMOs. Nicola will share her career journey and the work it took towards achieving the rare Level 4 maturity status that the PMO currently has. • Navigate your PMO through risk and change • Facilitate a change capability • Deal with resistance to change Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland 3.05 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Successful leadership in a changing environment requires adaptability and fluidity of thought patterns. Leaders of tomorrow must be braced to challenge traditional systems and capture insightful ways of managing teams. PMO leadership calls for ambition, resolve and a resilient mindset, which helps to foster an overarching view of success.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $200 off registration if you register and pay by 29 May 2018 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 10 April 2018 ALSO AVAILABLE SCIENCE, RESEARCH & INNOVATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2ND WOMEN IN TECH & TELCO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 14 - 18 May 2018 Wharewaka, Wellington 17, 18, 19 & 20 April 2018 InterContinental Wellington 23 - 26 July 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland 3.30 - 4.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Establishing executive buy-in and organising diverse stakeholders Any project-focused work involves coordinating multiple organisational stakeholder groups. It can be a challenge for leaders to manage differing stakeholder expectations, garner support and buy-in across organisation departments. • Explore strategies for gaining management buy-in • Nurture crucial networks • Meet the needs of different parties Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 - 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair Day Two 27 June 2018 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 OPENING CASE STUDY Enabling Growth within the Zespri EPMO Part of the process when creating a PMO that succeeds is ensuring it’s goals align with those of the organisation. An effective PMO/ePMO is able to contribute to the organisation in a beneficial way and build the organisation up.

• Enable growth via the alignment of business strategy • Explore business processes and enterprise data management • Manage the lifecycle of PMOs Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY Embracing agile methodologies as a delivery method Embracing new systems is essential to maximise the outcomes of the enterprise investment portfolio. Agile transformations are a process which need to evolve to the way we achieve governance and oversight to ensure their success. It is a system that must be managed and measured effectively, as well as responding to frequent learnings - especially at scale.

• Transition from traditional to agile delivery • Respond quickly to organisational change • Evolve governance as organisations become more agile Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand 10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion 11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea 11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY Effectively transitioning between diverse PMO environments The distinctions between corporate and public sector PMO environments are vast. Learning to transition between the two can be difficult. Ben will share his advice on successfully establishing a PMO within a healthcare setting and managing the change this involves. • Navigate change • Establish PMO’s relevance within your organisation • Align project and organisational strategy Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch NETWORKING RECEPTION 4:30 - 5:30PM Make the most of your experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks

Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Refine your leadership skills ABOUT THE EVENT Revolutionary leaders ignite innovation, progress and new perspectives to foster a future-oriented strategy. Programme, portfolio or project managers must be adapt to the dynamic technologies, methodologies and systems needed to develop their PMO, one able to tackle the challenges of the future. A high performing PMO requires guidance and effective governance from managers. Developing successful PMO leaders is a necessary prerequisite in establishing a PMO that unifies organisational outcomes, adding value through effective planning, reporting and delivery. The 3rd PMO Leadership Conference creates a space for leaders to share their insights into the future of the PMO workforce. They will explore the challenges they have faced and overcome, delving into the strategies required to become a leader of tomorrow.

1.15 - 2.00 CASE STUDY Transforming from Waterfall to Scaled Agile Utilising aspects of DevOps and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), MSD has changed the way IT delivers. The ITPMO has eagerly taken on the challenge to reinvent itself to align, focussing on value, supporting iterative delivery, adopting agile principles and concepts at an enterprise-wide scale. • Embrace the alternative delivery method • Learn from the challenges and successes • Look to the future of SAFe at MSD Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Growing planning and delivery capability across the enterprise PMO leaders must undertake a front-line, proactive approach when supporting Project Managers in their daily tasks. The planning and implementation of projects requires efficient, capable leaders.

• Recognie the value of delivery and compliance PMOs • Adapt to different projects’ needs • Manage diverse projects Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.30 - 4.30 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Leading your PMO towards efficiency and success Summing up the ideas, strategies and tools discussed during the past two days, this interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect and explore what has been learnt. It is an opportunity to fully grasp what has been presented to develop your future vision and ideas into actionable plans. • Transition your PMO into the future • Step up into the role of a leader • Explore key points from the summit Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close Tweet about this event using the hashtag #WilmaChat and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! FOLLOW THIS EVENT WHO WILL ATTEND Current Leaders Aspiring Leaders Future Leaders More people? More savings! 3 4 5 7 8 10%DISCOUNT 15%DISCOUNT 20%DISCOUNT DELEGATES DELEGATES DELEGATES +

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 9.00 - 4.30 Effective Team Leadership • Knowing your team - Building team capabilities for increased performance • Recognising individual skills and strengths for effective delegation • Aim for excellence - aligning, integrating and motivating your team • Diagnosing performance gaps • Utilising feedback to improve performance and competencies Lead with emotional intelligence and whole-brain thinking • The emotionally intelligent leader and why empathy works • Identify how your leadership style can be a blocker or enabler of change • Explore the intersection of EQ, IQ and RQ • Manage professional and personal setbacks effectively Relationship Building Strategies • Building your circle of influence - networks and leadership • Working out loud - a collaborative and relationship building tool • Collaborating with external groups for effective partnerships Day Two 9.00 - 4.30 Building Your Change Management Capability • Key skills for confidently managing change • Understanding your stakeholders - high level stakeholder analysis • Explore communication essentials and listening to connect Critical Thinking & Problem Solving for Increased Project Performance • Cultivating a high-performance mind-set through critical thinking • Breaking down the barriers to critical thinking • Taking a proactive problem solving approach • Roadblocks to effective solutions Strategies to enhance your power and influence • Encouraging support and buy-in from stakeholders • Creating a common ground for dialogue to facilitate inclusive communication • How to communicate compellingly to enhance your results Developing Your Positive Potential as a Project Manager • Understanding your value as a project leader and how to increase that unique value • Creating the change you want to see • Setting your leadership blueprint Expert Facilitator: Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Justin has been a short and long term ‘safe pair of hands’ through times of establishment and transition. He has experience as an operational manager and change leader, recruiting, supporting and coaching the replacement permanent workforce.

Justin has been involved in the delivery, management and oversight of projects and people for over 20 years, leading Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPO and PMO) and developing Project and Business Assurance processes to assess project and programme delivery. Justin has also worked in health, delivering management, project governance and project reporting to support executive decision making and ensure projects realise benefits. This has been achieved whilst managing large and small portfolios of $350M across 400 projects. Tailoring project methodologies to suit organisations and project complexity.

He has led one of the largest Project Management practices in NZ, recruiting, coaching and developing Project Management capability at Telecom NZ. He has hands-on experience outsourcing and in-sourcing to enhance service delivery. Justin has led transformation through new business strategies to deliver positive EBIDTA and enhance functional capability; leading and being accountable for the day-to-day operations of project management professional practices and operational functions, with budgets ranging from 1-25M NZD He has worked in small start-up software companies, the UK civil service and defence industry, multinational Telco’s, has developed internal and external consulting functions and has recently led the PMO functions for 3 NZX listed businesses. Justin focuses on right sizing and pragmatic application of Business and Project Assurance and Governance frameworks to deliver business value.

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Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 Summit 26 & 27 June 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland Fine-tune your PMO leadership skills to maximise project efficiency and success Flexible and practical performance measures to drive value Pioneer pathways for PMO excellence Explore strategies for efficiently executing major projects Strategic advice for managing your PMO Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - CZ3 PMO Leadership Conference 3 rd FEATURED SPEAKERS EVENT PARTNERS ORGANISED BY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 27 February 2018 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Ministry of Social Development Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop 9.00 - 4.30 Strengthening your communication: Skills for effective stakeholder management The key to successful leadership involves working collectively with a wide range of different individuals, both within and outside an organisation. Leaders must be equipped with the skills to communicate concisely and with intention. The ability to convey your ideas with conviction is an important prerequisite to steering yourself towards intended outcomes.

This interactive and experiential workshop will explore important elements to enhance your natural communication ability, build your confidence and help curate key relationships. Explore methods to improve your communication skills so you are able to interact with confidence. Developing communication techniques • Building your influence within a PMO role • Negotiating win-win solutions • Showcasing your credibility Gaining effective buy-in from the executive team • Creating strong stakeholder relationships • Nurturing crucial networks • Identifying key connections Managing time slippages and resource changes as PMO leader • Doing more with less • Juggling multiple responsibilities • Prioritising urgent vs non-urgent tasks Demonstrating the value of a PMO team • Growing your reputation • Recognising your worth • Increasing your value Expert Facilitator: Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Roz is passionate about people, their success and delivering outcomes. Often tasked with leading transformational change, Roz is recognised for getting things done while bringing groups / individuals who are change resistant along on the journey. She works to break down silos and explores how to leverage opportunities within and outside organisations.

Roz is known for taking a pragmatic approach to achieving outcomes. She appreciates the need for rigour around governance and the ability to rapidly change direction to succeed in a fast paced dynamic environment. This is achieved through utilizing the right skills, technology and processes. As a strategic thinker, her style of leadership enables her team to take ownership while Roz provides an overall framework and vision looking to the bigger picture. Experienced at leading transformational programmes, strategic reviews, company restructures, optimisation programs, Roz enjoys leading teams and mentoring individuals on their own personal career journey.

Her role as a Senior Leader within the International Business Attraction and Investment team (a growing part of Auckland’s Economic Development agency ATEED) has allowed Roz the opportunity to create the platform for the teams future success. Roz is responsible for the Operations and Planning team tasked with enabling successful achievement of our KPI’s. Having balance sheet responsibility and being accountable to ratepayers, Roz is prudent around where the team’s efforts are best placed to achieve value for money. Roz’s background in general management, management consulting and business development ensures that she is able to engage with multiple stakeholders (both factory floor through to Senior Executive / Board). Based in New Zealand, Australia and Europe; Roz has worked for blue chip organisations including Fonterra, Unilever, PA Consulting, Bayer, Ernst Young, Cognizant and Grant Thornton; along with key government agencies.

VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 27 February 2018 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 25 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 26 June 2018 Navigate your PMO through uncertainty 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.40 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Re-shaping perspectives around the good/bad cop views of a PMO Governance is the essence of all PMO roles. PMO leadership involves maintaining a resolute yet tactful stance regarding the direction you want your work to take. PMO managers must understand how to strike a balance between the two.

• Differentiate governance vs. regulation • Maintain support of governance • Keep governance in line with strategy Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees 9.40 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.30 CASE STUDY To survive or thrive A successful PMO is one that drives business outcomes. For this goal to be realised, leaders must think beyond survival to how PMOs can actively contribute towards the execution of an organisation’s strategy and display it’s vital value-adding role.

• Evolve and adapt with the PMO • Enable success within a PMO • Scope future directions for PMOs Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand 10.30 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.35 CASE STUDY Conveying the importance of the PMO in improving investment decision making The PMO can step up to lead the development of critical business investment capabilities, becoming a driver for multi-disciplinary change. In his talk, Emil will focus on the role of the PMO in orchestrating step changes in investment decision making.

• The PMO as a leader and influencer at an enterprise level • Redefine the role of the traditional PMO • Investment decision making as an organisational capability Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand 11.35 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.25 CASE STUDY Embracing the PMO’s importance An organisation’s PMO has a vital role in the governance and execution of an organisation’s strategy. Each project’s success translates into a direct impact on the organisation. PMO leaders must ensure they are able to be a strong, independent voice to guide projects towards success by providing assurance.

• Value the importance of a bold PMO function • Integrate assurance into your PMO’s ways of working • Incorporate innovation within your PMO Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board 12.25 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.25 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effectively coordinating stakeholders and your team Advancing into a leadership position involves managing a wide range of individuals within and outside an organisation. The key to successfully engaging your team and others is to have a clear purpose and vision for all parties. • Establish stakeholder and team needs • Generate buy-in across your organisation • Develop partnerships whilst maintaining an oversight role Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance 2.25 - 3.05 CASE STUDY Extending the value and longevity of your PMO With the pits and troughs involved in most project-related work, leaders must be able to incorporate aspects of resilience into their PMOs. Nicola will share her career journey and the work it took towards achieving the rare Level 4 maturity status that the PMO currently has. • Navigate your PMO through risk and change • Facilitate a change capability • Deal with resistance to change Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland 3.05 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Successful leadership in a changing environment requires adaptability and fluidity of thought patterns. Leaders of tomorrow must be braced to challenge traditional systems and capture insightful ways of managing teams. PMO leadership calls for ambition, resolve and a resilient mindset, which helps to foster an overarching view of success.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $200 off registration if you register and pay by 29 May 2018 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 10 April 2018 ALSO AVAILABLE SCIENCE, RESEARCH & INNOVATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2ND WOMEN IN TECH & TELCO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 14 - 18 May 2018 Wharewaka, Wellington 17, 18, 19 & 20 April 2018 InterContinental Wellington 23 - 26 July 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland 3.30 - 4.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Establishing executive buy-in and organising diverse stakeholders Any project-focused work involves coordinating multiple organisational stakeholder groups. It can be a challenge for leaders to manage differing stakeholder expectations, garner support and buy-in across organisation departments. • Explore strategies for gaining management buy-in • Nurture crucial networks • Meet the needs of different parties Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 - 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair Day Two 27 June 2018 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 OPENING CASE STUDY Enabling Growth within the Zespri EPMO Part of the process when creating a PMO that succeeds is ensuring it’s goals align with those of the organisation. An effective PMO/ePMO is able to contribute to the organisation in a beneficial way and build the organisation up.

• Enable growth via the alignment of business strategy • Explore business processes and enterprise data management • Manage the lifecycle of PMOs Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY Embracing agile methodologies as a delivery method Embracing new systems is essential to maximise the outcomes of the enterprise investment portfolio. Agile transformations are a process which need to evolve to the way we achieve governance and oversight to ensure their success. It is a system that must be managed and measured effectively, as well as responding to frequent learnings - especially at scale.

• Transition from traditional to agile delivery • Respond quickly to organisational change • Evolve governance as organisations become more agile Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand 10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion 11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea 11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY Effectively transitioning between diverse PMO environments The distinctions between corporate and public sector PMO environments are vast. Learning to transition between the two can be difficult. Ben will share his advice on successfully establishing a PMO within a healthcare setting and managing the change this involves. • Navigate change • Establish PMO’s relevance within your organisation • Align project and organisational strategy Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch NETWORKING RECEPTION 4:30 - 5:30PM Make the most of your experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks

Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Refine your leadership skills ABOUT THE EVENT Revolutionary leaders ignite innovation, progress and new perspectives to foster a future-oriented strategy. Programme, portfolio or project managers must be adapt to the dynamic technologies, methodologies and systems needed to develop their PMO, one able to tackle the challenges of the future. A high performing PMO requires guidance and effective governance from managers. Developing successful PMO leaders is a necessary prerequisite in establishing a PMO that unifies organisational outcomes, adding value through effective planning, reporting and delivery. The 3rd PMO Leadership Conference creates a space for leaders to share their insights into the future of the PMO workforce. They will explore the challenges they have faced and overcome, delving into the strategies required to become a leader of tomorrow.

1.15 - 2.00 CASE STUDY Transforming from Waterfall to Scaled Agile Utilising aspects of DevOps and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), MSD has changed the way IT delivers. The ITPMO has eagerly taken on the challenge to reinvent itself to align, focussing on value, supporting iterative delivery, adopting agile principles and concepts at an enterprise-wide scale. • Embrace the alternative delivery method • Learn from the challenges and successes • Look to the future of SAFe at MSD Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Growing planning and delivery capability across the enterprise PMO leaders must undertake a front-line, proactive approach when supporting Project Managers in their daily tasks. The planning and implementation of projects requires efficient, capable leaders.

• Recognie the value of delivery and compliance PMOs • Adapt to different projects’ needs • Manage diverse projects Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.30 - 4.30 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Leading your PMO towards efficiency and success Summing up the ideas, strategies and tools discussed during the past two days, this interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect and explore what has been learnt. It is an opportunity to fully grasp what has been presented to develop your future vision and ideas into actionable plans. • Transition your PMO into the future • Step up into the role of a leader • Explore key points from the summit Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close Tweet about this event using the hashtag #WilmaChat and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! FOLLOW THIS EVENT WHO WILL ATTEND Current Leaders Aspiring Leaders Future Leaders More people? More savings! 3 4 5 7 8 10%DISCOUNT 15%DISCOUNT 20%DISCOUNT DELEGATES DELEGATES DELEGATES +

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 9.00 - 4.30 Effective Team Leadership • Knowing your team - Building team capabilities for increased performance • Recognising individual skills and strengths for effective delegation • Aim for excellence - aligning, integrating and motivating your team • Diagnosing performance gaps • Utilising feedback to improve performance and competencies Lead with emotional intelligence and whole-brain thinking • The emotionally intelligent leader and why empathy works • Identify how your leadership style can be a blocker or enabler of change • Explore the intersection of EQ, IQ and RQ • Manage professional and personal setbacks effectively Relationship Building Strategies • Building your circle of influence - networks and leadership • Working out loud - a collaborative and relationship building tool • Collaborating with external groups for effective partnerships Day Two 9.00 - 4.30 Building Your Change Management Capability • Key skills for confidently managing change • Understanding your stakeholders - high level stakeholder analysis • Explore communication essentials and listening to connect Critical Thinking & Problem Solving for Increased Project Performance • Cultivating a high-performance mind-set through critical thinking • Breaking down the barriers to critical thinking • Taking a proactive problem solving approach • Roadblocks to effective solutions Strategies to enhance your power and influence • Encouraging support and buy-in from stakeholders • Creating a common ground for dialogue to facilitate inclusive communication • How to communicate compellingly to enhance your results Developing Your Positive Potential as a Project Manager • Understanding your value as a project leader and how to increase that unique value • Creating the change you want to see • Setting your leadership blueprint Expert Facilitator: Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Justin has been a short and long term ‘safe pair of hands’ through times of establishment and transition. He has experience as an operational manager and change leader, recruiting, supporting and coaching the replacement permanent workforce.

Justin has been involved in the delivery, management and oversight of projects and people for over 20 years, leading Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPO and PMO) and developing Project and Business Assurance processes to assess project and programme delivery. Justin has also worked in health, delivering management, project governance and project reporting to support executive decision making and ensure projects realise benefits. This has been achieved whilst managing large and small portfolios of $350M across 400 projects. Tailoring project methodologies to suit organisations and project complexity.

He has led one of the largest Project Management practices in NZ, recruiting, coaching and developing Project Management capability at Telecom NZ. He has hands-on experience outsourcing and in-sourcing to enhance service delivery. Justin has led transformation through new business strategies to deliver positive EBIDTA and enhance functional capability; leading and being accountable for the day-to-day operations of project management professional practices and operational functions, with budgets ranging from 1-25M NZD He has worked in small start-up software companies, the UK civil service and defence industry, multinational Telco’s, has developed internal and external consulting functions and has recently led the PMO functions for 3 NZX listed businesses. Justin focuses on right sizing and pragmatic application of Business and Project Assurance and Governance frameworks to deliver business value.

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Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 Summit 26 & 27 June 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland Fine-tune your PMO leadership skills to maximise project efficiency and success Flexible and practical performance measures to drive value Pioneer pathways for PMO excellence Explore strategies for efficiently executing major projects Strategic advice for managing your PMO Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - CZ4 PMO Leadership Conference 3 rd FEATURED SPEAKERS EVENT PARTNERS ORGANISED BY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 27 February 2018 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Ministry of Social Development Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop 9.00 - 4.30 Strengthening your communication: Skills for effective stakeholder management The key to successful leadership involves working collectively with a wide range of different individuals, both within and outside an organisation. Leaders must be equipped with the skills to communicate concisely and with intention. The ability to convey your ideas with conviction is an important prerequisite to steering yourself towards intended outcomes.

This interactive and experiential workshop will explore important elements to enhance your natural communication ability, build your confidence and help curate key relationships. Explore methods to improve your communication skills so you are able to interact with confidence. Developing communication techniques • Building your influence within a PMO role • Negotiating win-win solutions • Showcasing your credibility Gaining effective buy-in from the executive team • Creating strong stakeholder relationships • Nurturing crucial networks • Identifying key connections Managing time slippages and resource changes as PMO leader • Doing more with less • Juggling multiple responsibilities • Prioritising urgent vs non-urgent tasks Demonstrating the value of a PMO team • Growing your reputation • Recognising your worth • Increasing your value Expert Facilitator: Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Roz is passionate about people, their success and delivering outcomes. Often tasked with leading transformational change, Roz is recognised for getting things done while bringing groups / individuals who are change resistant along on the journey. She works to break down silos and explores how to leverage opportunities within and outside organisations.

Roz is known for taking a pragmatic approach to achieving outcomes. She appreciates the need for rigour around governance and the ability to rapidly change direction to succeed in a fast paced dynamic environment. This is achieved through utilizing the right skills, technology and processes. As a strategic thinker, her style of leadership enables her team to take ownership while Roz provides an overall framework and vision looking to the bigger picture. Experienced at leading transformational programmes, strategic reviews, company restructures, optimisation programs, Roz enjoys leading teams and mentoring individuals on their own personal career journey.

Her role as a Senior Leader within the International Business Attraction and Investment team (a growing part of Auckland’s Economic Development agency ATEED) has allowed Roz the opportunity to create the platform for the teams future success. Roz is responsible for the Operations and Planning team tasked with enabling successful achievement of our KPI’s. Having balance sheet responsibility and being accountable to ratepayers, Roz is prudent around where the team’s efforts are best placed to achieve value for money. Roz’s background in general management, management consulting and business development ensures that she is able to engage with multiple stakeholders (both factory floor through to Senior Executive / Board). Based in New Zealand, Australia and Europe; Roz has worked for blue chip organisations including Fonterra, Unilever, PA Consulting, Bayer, Ernst Young, Cognizant and Grant Thornton; along with key government agencies.

VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 27 February 2018 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 25 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 26 June 2018 Navigate your PMO through uncertainty 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.40 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Re-shaping perspectives around the good/bad cop views of a PMO Governance is the essence of all PMO roles. PMO leadership involves maintaining a resolute yet tactful stance regarding the direction you want your work to take. PMO managers must understand how to strike a balance between the two.

• Differentiate governance vs. regulation • Maintain support of governance • Keep governance in line with strategy Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees 9.40 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.30 CASE STUDY To survive or thrive A successful PMO is one that drives business outcomes. For this goal to be realised, leaders must think beyond survival to how PMOs can actively contribute towards the execution of an organisation’s strategy and display it’s vital value-adding role.

• Evolve and adapt with the PMO • Enable success within a PMO • Scope future directions for PMOs Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand 10.30 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.35 CASE STUDY Conveying the importance of the PMO in improving investment decision making The PMO can step up to lead the development of critical business investment capabilities, becoming a driver for multi-disciplinary change. In his talk, Emil will focus on the role of the PMO in orchestrating step changes in investment decision making.

• The PMO as a leader and influencer at an enterprise level • Redefine the role of the traditional PMO • Investment decision making as an organisational capability Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand 11.35 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.25 CASE STUDY Embracing the PMO’s importance An organisation’s PMO has a vital role in the governance and execution of an organisation’s strategy. Each project’s success translates into a direct impact on the organisation. PMO leaders must ensure they are able to be a strong, independent voice to guide projects towards success by providing assurance.

• Value the importance of a bold PMO function • Integrate assurance into your PMO’s ways of working • Incorporate innovation within your PMO Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board 12.25 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.25 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effectively coordinating stakeholders and your team Advancing into a leadership position involves managing a wide range of individuals within and outside an organisation. The key to successfully engaging your team and others is to have a clear purpose and vision for all parties. • Establish stakeholder and team needs • Generate buy-in across your organisation • Develop partnerships whilst maintaining an oversight role Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance 2.25 - 3.05 CASE STUDY Extending the value and longevity of your PMO With the pits and troughs involved in most project-related work, leaders must be able to incorporate aspects of resilience into their PMOs. Nicola will share her career journey and the work it took towards achieving the rare Level 4 maturity status that the PMO currently has. • Navigate your PMO through risk and change • Facilitate a change capability • Deal with resistance to change Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland 3.05 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Successful leadership in a changing environment requires adaptability and fluidity of thought patterns. Leaders of tomorrow must be braced to challenge traditional systems and capture insightful ways of managing teams. PMO leadership calls for ambition, resolve and a resilient mindset, which helps to foster an overarching view of success.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $200 off registration if you register and pay by 29 May 2018 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 10 April 2018 ALSO AVAILABLE SCIENCE, RESEARCH & INNOVATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2ND WOMEN IN TECH & TELCO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 14 - 18 May 2018 Wharewaka, Wellington 17, 18, 19 & 20 April 2018 InterContinental Wellington 23 - 26 July 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland 3.30 - 4.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Establishing executive buy-in and organising diverse stakeholders Any project-focused work involves coordinating multiple organisational stakeholder groups. It can be a challenge for leaders to manage differing stakeholder expectations, garner support and buy-in across organisation departments. • Explore strategies for gaining management buy-in • Nurture crucial networks • Meet the needs of different parties Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 - 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair Day Two 27 June 2018 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 OPENING CASE STUDY Enabling Growth within the Zespri EPMO Part of the process when creating a PMO that succeeds is ensuring it’s goals align with those of the organisation. An effective PMO/ePMO is able to contribute to the organisation in a beneficial way and build the organisation up.

• Enable growth via the alignment of business strategy • Explore business processes and enterprise data management • Manage the lifecycle of PMOs Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY Embracing agile methodologies as a delivery method Embracing new systems is essential to maximise the outcomes of the enterprise investment portfolio. Agile transformations are a process which need to evolve to the way we achieve governance and oversight to ensure their success. It is a system that must be managed and measured effectively, as well as responding to frequent learnings - especially at scale.

• Transition from traditional to agile delivery • Respond quickly to organisational change • Evolve governance as organisations become more agile Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand 10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion 11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea 11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY Effectively transitioning between diverse PMO environments The distinctions between corporate and public sector PMO environments are vast. Learning to transition between the two can be difficult. Ben will share his advice on successfully establishing a PMO within a healthcare setting and managing the change this involves. • Navigate change • Establish PMO’s relevance within your organisation • Align project and organisational strategy Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch NETWORKING RECEPTION 4:30 - 5:30PM Make the most of your experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks

Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Refine your leadership skills ABOUT THE EVENT Revolutionary leaders ignite innovation, progress and new perspectives to foster a future-oriented strategy. Programme, portfolio or project managers must be adapt to the dynamic technologies, methodologies and systems needed to develop their PMO, one able to tackle the challenges of the future. A high performing PMO requires guidance and effective governance from managers. Developing successful PMO leaders is a necessary prerequisite in establishing a PMO that unifies organisational outcomes, adding value through effective planning, reporting and delivery. The 3rd PMO Leadership Conference creates a space for leaders to share their insights into the future of the PMO workforce. They will explore the challenges they have faced and overcome, delving into the strategies required to become a leader of tomorrow.

1.15 - 2.00 CASE STUDY Transforming from Waterfall to Scaled Agile Utilising aspects of DevOps and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), MSD has changed the way IT delivers. The ITPMO has eagerly taken on the challenge to reinvent itself to align, focussing on value, supporting iterative delivery, adopting agile principles and concepts at an enterprise-wide scale. • Embrace the alternative delivery method • Learn from the challenges and successes • Look to the future of SAFe at MSD Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Growing planning and delivery capability across the enterprise PMO leaders must undertake a front-line, proactive approach when supporting Project Managers in their daily tasks. The planning and implementation of projects requires efficient, capable leaders.

• Recognie the value of delivery and compliance PMOs • Adapt to different projects’ needs • Manage diverse projects Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.30 - 4.30 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Leading your PMO towards efficiency and success Summing up the ideas, strategies and tools discussed during the past two days, this interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect and explore what has been learnt. It is an opportunity to fully grasp what has been presented to develop your future vision and ideas into actionable plans. • Transition your PMO into the future • Step up into the role of a leader • Explore key points from the summit Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close Tweet about this event using the hashtag #WilmaChat and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! FOLLOW THIS EVENT WHO WILL ATTEND Current Leaders Aspiring Leaders Future Leaders More people? More savings! 3 4 5 7 8 10%DISCOUNT 15%DISCOUNT 20%DISCOUNT DELEGATES DELEGATES DELEGATES +

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 9.00 - 4.30 Effective Team Leadership • Knowing your team - Building team capabilities for increased performance • Recognising individual skills and strengths for effective delegation • Aim for excellence - aligning, integrating and motivating your team • Diagnosing performance gaps • Utilising feedback to improve performance and competencies Lead with emotional intelligence and whole-brain thinking • The emotionally intelligent leader and why empathy works • Identify how your leadership style can be a blocker or enabler of change • Explore the intersection of EQ, IQ and RQ • Manage professional and personal setbacks effectively Relationship Building Strategies • Building your circle of influence - networks and leadership • Working out loud - a collaborative and relationship building tool • Collaborating with external groups for effective partnerships Day Two 9.00 - 4.30 Building Your Change Management Capability • Key skills for confidently managing change • Understanding your stakeholders - high level stakeholder analysis • Explore communication essentials and listening to connect Critical Thinking & Problem Solving for Increased Project Performance • Cultivating a high-performance mind-set through critical thinking • Breaking down the barriers to critical thinking • Taking a proactive problem solving approach • Roadblocks to effective solutions Strategies to enhance your power and influence • Encouraging support and buy-in from stakeholders • Creating a common ground for dialogue to facilitate inclusive communication • How to communicate compellingly to enhance your results Developing Your Positive Potential as a Project Manager • Understanding your value as a project leader and how to increase that unique value • Creating the change you want to see • Setting your leadership blueprint Expert Facilitator: Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Justin has been a short and long term ‘safe pair of hands’ through times of establishment and transition. He has experience as an operational manager and change leader, recruiting, supporting and coaching the replacement permanent workforce.

Justin has been involved in the delivery, management and oversight of projects and people for over 20 years, leading Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPO and PMO) and developing Project and Business Assurance processes to assess project and programme delivery. Justin has also worked in health, delivering management, project governance and project reporting to support executive decision making and ensure projects realise benefits. This has been achieved whilst managing large and small portfolios of $350M across 400 projects. Tailoring project methodologies to suit organisations and project complexity.

He has led one of the largest Project Management practices in NZ, recruiting, coaching and developing Project Management capability at Telecom NZ. He has hands-on experience outsourcing and in-sourcing to enhance service delivery. Justin has led transformation through new business strategies to deliver positive EBIDTA and enhance functional capability; leading and being accountable for the day-to-day operations of project management professional practices and operational functions, with budgets ranging from 1-25M NZD He has worked in small start-up software companies, the UK civil service and defence industry, multinational Telco’s, has developed internal and external consulting functions and has recently led the PMO functions for 3 NZX listed businesses. Justin focuses on right sizing and pragmatic application of Business and Project Assurance and Governance frameworks to deliver business value.

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Booking Form Organisation Name Address Suburb State Postcode Booking Contact Information Title Full Name Position Email Phone Registration Information Delegate Information Your Investment Payment Details Authority Group Discounts Available: 10% off Standard Rate Team of 3 - 4 15% off Standard Rate Team of 5 - 7 20% off Standard Rate Team of 8 + Conditions: Group Discounts apply for bookings made simultaneously. Only one discount applies. Group discounts apply to standard rates only. Group discounts are not applicable to Value Plus, Super Saver and Early Bird rates. Value Plus, Super Saver and Early Bird Discounts are not applicable to the individual Workshop. Discounts cannot be applied retrospectively and must be claimed at the time of booking. Liquid Learning Limited reserves the right to have sole discretion on an organisation’s eligibility for discounts. Note: Course materials, refreshments & lunches are included. Travel and accommodation are NOT included. Registration Options are per person only. Registration Policy If you are unable to attend this event, you may send a substitute delegate in your place at no additional cost. Please advise us of any substitutions as soon as possible. Alternatively, you may transfer your registration to another event run by Liquid Learning Limited. A 10% service fee may apply. Should you wish to cancel your registration, please notify us in writing as soon as possible and a credit note will be issued valid for use towards any future event held by Liquid Learning Limited in the twelve months following date of issuance. Cancellation notifications received less than 14 days from the event running will receive a credit note to the value of the registration fee less a service fee of $400 plus GST. Liquid Learning Limited does not provide refunds for cancellation. The prices above are based on one person per registration. It is not possible for multiple people to attend within any day of the event on a single registration. Split tickets, i.e. a different person attending each day of the event, can be arranged. A fee will apply. Please call us for details.

Liquid Learning Limited takes all care to produce high quality events that deliver as promised. All advertised details are correct at time of publishing. However, when circumstances beyond our control prevail, we reserve the right to change program content, facilitators or venues. We also reserve the right to cancel or reschedule events if circumstances arise whereby performance of the event is no longer feasible, possible or legal. Liquid Learning Limited will not be responsible for any loss or damage arising from any changes to or cancelling or rescheduling of an event. If an event is cancelled or rescheduled, Liquid Learning Limited will make every effort to contact every registered delegate; if an event is cancelled or you are unable to attend the rescheduled event you will be issued with a credit note valid for use towards any future Liquid Learning Limited event held in the twelve months following date of issuance.

Disclaimer Liquid Learning Limited has taken due care in selecting qualified professionals as its authors and course facilitators. The information provided by course facilitators is not produced by Liquid Learning Limited and should not be regarded as advice. Liquid Learning Limited accepts no responsibility for reliance on such information and recommends that its clients seek further professional advice. Privacy Statement Liquid Learning Limited is committed to your privacy. All information collected on this registration will be held in the strictest of confidence and in accordance with the Privacy Act. Liquid Learning Limited will add your information to a secure database. This will be used primarily to contact you for ongoing research, product development and notice of future events and services offered by Liquid Learning Limited. Occasionally you may receive information from organisations associated with Liquid Learning Limited. If you do not wish to receive such information please tick this box: c To update or have your details deleted please advise our Database team at Liquid Learning Limited, Level 18, Huawei Centre, 120 Albert Street, Auckland 1010 New Zealand, PH: +64 9 927 1500, email: database@liquidlearning.co.nz © 2018 Liquid Learning Limited IRD 104 - 525 - 695 # Title Full Name or TBA Position Email Attendance Date/s 1 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 2 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 3 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 4 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 5 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 6 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 7 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 8 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 9 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 10 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 Crowne Plaza Auckland 128 Albert St, Auckland, 1010 Ph: +64 9 302 1111 PMO0618Z - CZ4 3rd PMO Leadership Conference 25, 26, 27 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Please Note: Payment is required prior to attending this event. c Credit Card c Cheque (payable to Liquid Learning Limited) c Electronic Funds Transfer c Please invoice me: Purchase Order No. # Credit Card Details - Please charge my credit card for this registration: Card Type c Visa c MasterCard c American Express Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Please transfer funds directly to: Westpac New Zealand Limited Account Name: Liquid Learning Limited Account No: 03 0252 0863638-00 SWIFT Code: WPACNZ2W Amount Please quote ref PMO0618Z and registrant name Note: 2% surcharge applies to American Express payments Card Number Expiry CVV Full Name as on card Cardholder’s Contact Number Signature X Authorising Manager’s Details: This registration is invalid without a signature. Name Position Phone Email Signature X Date Email this form to: registration@liquidlearning.co.nz or Call us on: +64 9 927 1500 / TOTAL incl GST All Prices listed in New Zealand Dollars Exhibition Package Exhibition Table, Brand Exposure at Event, 2 x 2 Day Delegate passes $8995 + GST = ($10,344.25) 5 Days 4 Days 3 Days 2 Days 1 Day Workshop $4395 + GST = ($5054.25) $3695 + GST = ($4249.25) $2995 + GST = ($3444.25) $2195 + GST = ($2524.25) $1245 + GST = ($1431.75) $4495 + GST = ($5169.25) $3795 + GST = ($4364.25) $3095 + GST = ($3559.25) $2295 + GST = ($2639.25) $1295 + GST = ($1489.25) $4595 + GST = ($5284.25) $3895 + GST = ($4479.25) $3195 + GST = ($3674.25) $2395 + GST = ($2754.25) $1345 + GST = ($1546.75) $4795 + GST = ($5514.25) $4095 + GST = ($4709.25) $3395 + GST = ($3904.25) $2595 + GST = ($2984.25) $1395 + GST = ($1604.25) Discounted off standard rates : Save up to $400 Save up to $300 Save up to $200 Options (per person) Qty Value Plus Rate*** Register and pay by 27 February Super Saver Rate** Register and pay by 10 April Early Bird Rate* Register and pay by 29 May Standard Rate

Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 Summit 26 & 27 June 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland Fine-tune your PMO leadership skills to maximise project efficiency and success Flexible and practical performance measures to drive value Pioneer pathways for PMO excellence Explore strategies for efficiently executing major projects Strategic advice for managing your PMO Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - CZ5 PMO Leadership Conference 3 rd FEATURED SPEAKERS EVENT PARTNERS ORGANISED BY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 27 February 2018 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Ministry of Social Development Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop 9.00 - 4.30 Strengthening your communication: Skills for effective stakeholder management The key to successful leadership involves working collectively with a wide range of different individuals, both within and outside an organisation. Leaders must be equipped with the skills to communicate concisely and with intention. The ability to convey your ideas with conviction is an important prerequisite to steering yourself towards intended outcomes.

This interactive and experiential workshop will explore important elements to enhance your natural communication ability, build your confidence and help curate key relationships. Explore methods to improve your communication skills so you are able to interact with confidence. Developing communication techniques • Building your influence within a PMO role • Negotiating win-win solutions • Showcasing your credibility Gaining effective buy-in from the executive team • Creating strong stakeholder relationships • Nurturing crucial networks • Identifying key connections Managing time slippages and resource changes as PMO leader • Doing more with less • Juggling multiple responsibilities • Prioritising urgent vs non-urgent tasks Demonstrating the value of a PMO team • Growing your reputation • Recognising your worth • Increasing your value Expert Facilitator: Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Roz is passionate about people, their success and delivering outcomes. Often tasked with leading transformational change, Roz is recognised for getting things done while bringing groups / individuals who are change resistant along on the journey. She works to break down silos and explores how to leverage opportunities within and outside organisations.

Roz is known for taking a pragmatic approach to achieving outcomes. She appreciates the need for rigour around governance and the ability to rapidly change direction to succeed in a fast paced dynamic environment. This is achieved through utilizing the right skills, technology and processes. As a strategic thinker, her style of leadership enables her team to take ownership while Roz provides an overall framework and vision looking to the bigger picture. Experienced at leading transformational programmes, strategic reviews, company restructures, optimisation programs, Roz enjoys leading teams and mentoring individuals on their own personal career journey.

Her role as a Senior Leader within the International Business Attraction and Investment team (a growing part of Auckland’s Economic Development agency ATEED) has allowed Roz the opportunity to create the platform for the teams future success. Roz is responsible for the Operations and Planning team tasked with enabling successful achievement of our KPI’s. Having balance sheet responsibility and being accountable to ratepayers, Roz is prudent around where the team’s efforts are best placed to achieve value for money. Roz’s background in general management, management consulting and business development ensures that she is able to engage with multiple stakeholders (both factory floor through to Senior Executive / Board). Based in New Zealand, Australia and Europe; Roz has worked for blue chip organisations including Fonterra, Unilever, PA Consulting, Bayer, Ernst Young, Cognizant and Grant Thornton; along with key government agencies.

VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 27 February 2018 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 25 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 26 June 2018 Navigate your PMO through uncertainty 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.40 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Re-shaping perspectives around the good/bad cop views of a PMO Governance is the essence of all PMO roles. PMO leadership involves maintaining a resolute yet tactful stance regarding the direction you want your work to take. PMO managers must understand how to strike a balance between the two.

• Differentiate governance vs. regulation • Maintain support of governance • Keep governance in line with strategy Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees 9.40 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.30 CASE STUDY To survive or thrive A successful PMO is one that drives business outcomes. For this goal to be realised, leaders must think beyond survival to how PMOs can actively contribute towards the execution of an organisation’s strategy and display it’s vital value-adding role.

• Evolve and adapt with the PMO • Enable success within a PMO • Scope future directions for PMOs Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand 10.30 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.35 CASE STUDY Conveying the importance of the PMO in improving investment decision making The PMO can step up to lead the development of critical business investment capabilities, becoming a driver for multi-disciplinary change. In his talk, Emil will focus on the role of the PMO in orchestrating step changes in investment decision making.

• The PMO as a leader and influencer at an enterprise level • Redefine the role of the traditional PMO • Investment decision making as an organisational capability Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand 11.35 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.25 CASE STUDY Embracing the PMO’s importance An organisation’s PMO has a vital role in the governance and execution of an organisation’s strategy. Each project’s success translates into a direct impact on the organisation. PMO leaders must ensure they are able to be a strong, independent voice to guide projects towards success by providing assurance.

• Value the importance of a bold PMO function • Integrate assurance into your PMO’s ways of working • Incorporate innovation within your PMO Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board 12.25 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.25 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effectively coordinating stakeholders and your team Advancing into a leadership position involves managing a wide range of individuals within and outside an organisation. The key to successfully engaging your team and others is to have a clear purpose and vision for all parties. • Establish stakeholder and team needs • Generate buy-in across your organisation • Develop partnerships whilst maintaining an oversight role Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance 2.25 - 3.05 CASE STUDY Extending the value and longevity of your PMO With the pits and troughs involved in most project-related work, leaders must be able to incorporate aspects of resilience into their PMOs. Nicola will share her career journey and the work it took towards achieving the rare Level 4 maturity status that the PMO currently has. • Navigate your PMO through risk and change • Facilitate a change capability • Deal with resistance to change Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland 3.05 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Successful leadership in a changing environment requires adaptability and fluidity of thought patterns. Leaders of tomorrow must be braced to challenge traditional systems and capture insightful ways of managing teams. PMO leadership calls for ambition, resolve and a resilient mindset, which helps to foster an overarching view of success.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $200 off registration if you register and pay by 29 May 2018 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 10 April 2018 ALSO AVAILABLE SCIENCE, RESEARCH & INNOVATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2ND WOMEN IN TECH & TELCO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 14 - 18 May 2018 Wharewaka, Wellington 17, 18, 19 & 20 April 2018 InterContinental Wellington 23 - 26 July 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland 3.30 - 4.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Establishing executive buy-in and organising diverse stakeholders Any project-focused work involves coordinating multiple organisational stakeholder groups. It can be a challenge for leaders to manage differing stakeholder expectations, garner support and buy-in across organisation departments. • Explore strategies for gaining management buy-in • Nurture crucial networks • Meet the needs of different parties Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 - 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair Day Two 27 June 2018 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 OPENING CASE STUDY Enabling Growth within the Zespri EPMO Part of the process when creating a PMO that succeeds is ensuring it’s goals align with those of the organisation. An effective PMO/ePMO is able to contribute to the organisation in a beneficial way and build the organisation up.

• Enable growth via the alignment of business strategy • Explore business processes and enterprise data management • Manage the lifecycle of PMOs Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY Embracing agile methodologies as a delivery method Embracing new systems is essential to maximise the outcomes of the enterprise investment portfolio. Agile transformations are a process which need to evolve to the way we achieve governance and oversight to ensure their success. It is a system that must be managed and measured effectively, as well as responding to frequent learnings - especially at scale.

• Transition from traditional to agile delivery • Respond quickly to organisational change • Evolve governance as organisations become more agile Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand 10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion 11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea 11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY Effectively transitioning between diverse PMO environments The distinctions between corporate and public sector PMO environments are vast. Learning to transition between the two can be difficult. Ben will share his advice on successfully establishing a PMO within a healthcare setting and managing the change this involves. • Navigate change • Establish PMO’s relevance within your organisation • Align project and organisational strategy Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch NETWORKING RECEPTION 4:30 - 5:30PM Make the most of your experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks

Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Refine your leadership skills ABOUT THE EVENT Revolutionary leaders ignite innovation, progress and new perspectives to foster a future-oriented strategy. Programme, portfolio or project managers must be adapt to the dynamic technologies, methodologies and systems needed to develop their PMO, one able to tackle the challenges of the future. A high performing PMO requires guidance and effective governance from managers. Developing successful PMO leaders is a necessary prerequisite in establishing a PMO that unifies organisational outcomes, adding value through effective planning, reporting and delivery. The 3rd PMO Leadership Conference creates a space for leaders to share their insights into the future of the PMO workforce. They will explore the challenges they have faced and overcome, delving into the strategies required to become a leader of tomorrow.

1.15 - 2.00 CASE STUDY Transforming from Waterfall to Scaled Agile Utilising aspects of DevOps and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), MSD has changed the way IT delivers. The ITPMO has eagerly taken on the challenge to reinvent itself to align, focussing on value, supporting iterative delivery, adopting agile principles and concepts at an enterprise-wide scale. • Embrace the alternative delivery method • Learn from the challenges and successes • Look to the future of SAFe at MSD Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Growing planning and delivery capability across the enterprise PMO leaders must undertake a front-line, proactive approach when supporting Project Managers in their daily tasks. The planning and implementation of projects requires efficient, capable leaders.

• Recognie the value of delivery and compliance PMOs • Adapt to different projects’ needs • Manage diverse projects Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.30 - 4.30 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Leading your PMO towards efficiency and success Summing up the ideas, strategies and tools discussed during the past two days, this interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect and explore what has been learnt. It is an opportunity to fully grasp what has been presented to develop your future vision and ideas into actionable plans. • Transition your PMO into the future • Step up into the role of a leader • Explore key points from the summit Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close Tweet about this event using the hashtag #WilmaChat and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! FOLLOW THIS EVENT WHO WILL ATTEND Current Leaders Aspiring Leaders Future Leaders More people? More savings! 3 4 5 7 8 10%DISCOUNT 15%DISCOUNT 20%DISCOUNT DELEGATES DELEGATES DELEGATES +

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 9.00 - 4.30 Effective Team Leadership • Knowing your team - Building team capabilities for increased performance • Recognising individual skills and strengths for effective delegation • Aim for excellence - aligning, integrating and motivating your team • Diagnosing performance gaps • Utilising feedback to improve performance and competencies Lead with emotional intelligence and whole-brain thinking • The emotionally intelligent leader and why empathy works • Identify how your leadership style can be a blocker or enabler of change • Explore the intersection of EQ, IQ and RQ • Manage professional and personal setbacks effectively Relationship Building Strategies • Building your circle of influence - networks and leadership • Working out loud - a collaborative and relationship building tool • Collaborating with external groups for effective partnerships Day Two 9.00 - 4.30 Building Your Change Management Capability • Key skills for confidently managing change • Understanding your stakeholders - high level stakeholder analysis • Explore communication essentials and listening to connect Critical Thinking & Problem Solving for Increased Project Performance • Cultivating a high-performance mind-set through critical thinking • Breaking down the barriers to critical thinking • Taking a proactive problem solving approach • Roadblocks to effective solutions Strategies to enhance your power and influence • Encouraging support and buy-in from stakeholders • Creating a common ground for dialogue to facilitate inclusive communication • How to communicate compellingly to enhance your results Developing Your Positive Potential as a Project Manager • Understanding your value as a project leader and how to increase that unique value • Creating the change you want to see • Setting your leadership blueprint Expert Facilitator: Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Justin has been a short and long term ‘safe pair of hands’ through times of establishment and transition. He has experience as an operational manager and change leader, recruiting, supporting and coaching the replacement permanent workforce.

Justin has been involved in the delivery, management and oversight of projects and people for over 20 years, leading Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPO and PMO) and developing Project and Business Assurance processes to assess project and programme delivery. Justin has also worked in health, delivering management, project governance and project reporting to support executive decision making and ensure projects realise benefits. This has been achieved whilst managing large and small portfolios of $350M across 400 projects. Tailoring project methodologies to suit organisations and project complexity.

He has led one of the largest Project Management practices in NZ, recruiting, coaching and developing Project Management capability at Telecom NZ. He has hands-on experience outsourcing and in-sourcing to enhance service delivery. Justin has led transformation through new business strategies to deliver positive EBIDTA and enhance functional capability; leading and being accountable for the day-to-day operations of project management professional practices and operational functions, with budgets ranging from 1-25M NZD He has worked in small start-up software companies, the UK civil service and defence industry, multinational Telco’s, has developed internal and external consulting functions and has recently led the PMO functions for 3 NZX listed businesses. Justin focuses on right sizing and pragmatic application of Business and Project Assurance and Governance frameworks to deliver business value.

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Booking Form Organisation Name Address Suburb State Postcode Booking Contact Information Title Full Name Position Email Phone Registration Information Delegate Information Your Investment Payment Details Authority Group Discounts Available: 10% off Standard Rate Team of 3 - 4 15% off Standard Rate Team of 5 - 7 20% off Standard Rate Team of 8 + Conditions: Group Discounts apply for bookings made simultaneously. Only one discount applies. Group discounts apply to standard rates only. Group discounts are not applicable to Value Plus, Super Saver and Early Bird rates. Value Plus, Super Saver and Early Bird Discounts are not applicable to the individual Workshop. Discounts cannot be applied retrospectively and must be claimed at the time of booking. Liquid Learning Limited reserves the right to have sole discretion on an organisation’s eligibility for discounts. Note: Course materials, refreshments & lunches are included. Travel and accommodation are NOT included. Registration Options are per person only. Registration Policy If you are unable to attend this event, you may send a substitute delegate in your place at no additional cost. Please advise us of any substitutions as soon as possible. Alternatively, you may transfer your registration to another event run by Liquid Learning Limited. A 10% service fee may apply. Should you wish to cancel your registration, please notify us in writing as soon as possible and a credit note will be issued valid for use towards any future event held by Liquid Learning Limited in the twelve months following date of issuance. Cancellation notifications received less than 14 days from the event running will receive a credit note to the value of the registration fee less a service fee of $400 plus GST. Liquid Learning Limited does not provide refunds for cancellation. The prices above are based on one person per registration. It is not possible for multiple people to attend within any day of the event on a single registration. Split tickets, i.e. a different person attending each day of the event, can be arranged. A fee will apply. Please call us for details.

Liquid Learning Limited takes all care to produce high quality events that deliver as promised. All advertised details are correct at time of publishing. However, when circumstances beyond our control prevail, we reserve the right to change program content, facilitators or venues. We also reserve the right to cancel or reschedule events if circumstances arise whereby performance of the event is no longer feasible, possible or legal. Liquid Learning Limited will not be responsible for any loss or damage arising from any changes to or cancelling or rescheduling of an event. If an event is cancelled or rescheduled, Liquid Learning Limited will make every effort to contact every registered delegate; if an event is cancelled or you are unable to attend the rescheduled event you will be issued with a credit note valid for use towards any future Liquid Learning Limited event held in the twelve months following date of issuance.

Disclaimer Liquid Learning Limited has taken due care in selecting qualified professionals as its authors and course facilitators. The information provided by course facilitators is not produced by Liquid Learning Limited and should not be regarded as advice. Liquid Learning Limited accepts no responsibility for reliance on such information and recommends that its clients seek further professional advice. Privacy Statement Liquid Learning Limited is committed to your privacy. All information collected on this registration will be held in the strictest of confidence and in accordance with the Privacy Act. Liquid Learning Limited will add your information to a secure database. This will be used primarily to contact you for ongoing research, product development and notice of future events and services offered by Liquid Learning Limited. Occasionally you may receive information from organisations associated with Liquid Learning Limited. If you do not wish to receive such information please tick this box: c To update or have your details deleted please advise our Database team at Liquid Learning Limited, Level 18, Huawei Centre, 120 Albert Street, Auckland 1010 New Zealand, PH: +64 9 927 1500, email: database@liquidlearning.co.nz © 2018 Liquid Learning Limited IRD 104 - 525 - 695 # Title Full Name or TBA Position Email Attendance Date/s 1 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 2 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 3 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 4 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 5 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 6 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 7 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 8 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 9 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 10 c 25 c 26 & 27 c 28 & 29 Crowne Plaza Auckland 128 Albert St, Auckland, 1010 Ph: +64 9 302 1111 PMO0618Z - CZ5 3rd PMO Leadership Conference 25, 26, 27 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Please Note: Payment is required prior to attending this event. c Credit Card c Cheque (payable to Liquid Learning Limited) c Electronic Funds Transfer c Please invoice me: Purchase Order No. # Credit Card Details - Please charge my credit card for this registration: Card Type c Visa c MasterCard c American Express Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Please transfer funds directly to: Westpac New Zealand Limited Account Name: Liquid Learning Limited Account No: 03 0252 0863638-00 SWIFT Code: WPACNZ2W Amount Please quote ref PMO0618Z and registrant name Note: 2% surcharge applies to American Express payments Card Number Expiry CVV Full Name as on card Cardholder’s Contact Number Signature X Authorising Manager’s Details: This registration is invalid without a signature. Name Position Phone Email Signature X Date Email this form to: registration@liquidlearning.co.nz or Call us on: +64 9 927 1500 / TOTAL incl GST All Prices listed in New Zealand Dollars Exhibition Package Exhibition Table, Brand Exposure at Event, 2 x 2 Day Delegate passes $8995 + GST = ($10,344.25) 5 Days 4 Days 3 Days 2 Days 1 Day Workshop $4395 + GST = ($5054.25) $3695 + GST = ($4249.25) $2995 + GST = ($3444.25) $2195 + GST = ($2524.25) $1245 + GST = ($1431.75) $4495 + GST = ($5169.25) $3795 + GST = ($4364.25) $3095 + GST = ($3559.25) $2295 + GST = ($2639.25) $1295 + GST = ($1489.25) $4595 + GST = ($5284.25) $3895 + GST = ($4479.25) $3195 + GST = ($3674.25) $2395 + GST = ($2754.25) $1345 + GST = ($1546.75) $4795 + GST = ($5514.25) $4095 + GST = ($4709.25) $3395 + GST = ($3904.25) $2595 + GST = ($2984.25) $1395 + GST = ($1604.25) Discounted off standard rates : Save up to $400 Save up to $300 Save up to $200 Options (per person) Qty Value Plus Rate*** Register and pay by 27 February Super Saver Rate** Register and pay by 10 April Early Bird Rate* Register and pay by 29 May Standard Rate

Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 Summit 26 & 27 June 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland Fine-tune your PMO leadership skills to maximise project efficiency and success Flexible and practical performance measures to drive value Pioneer pathways for PMO excellence Explore strategies for efficiently executing major projects Strategic advice for managing your PMO Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - CZ6 PMO Leadership Conference 3 rd FEATURED SPEAKERS EVENT PARTNERS ORGANISED BY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 27 February 2018 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Ministry of Social Development Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop 9.00 - 4.30 Strengthening your communication: Skills for effective stakeholder management The key to successful leadership involves working collectively with a wide range of different individuals, both within and outside an organisation. Leaders must be equipped with the skills to communicate concisely and with intention. The ability to convey your ideas with conviction is an important prerequisite to steering yourself towards intended outcomes.

This interactive and experiential workshop will explore important elements to enhance your natural communication ability, build your confidence and help curate key relationships. Explore methods to improve your communication skills so you are able to interact with confidence. Developing communication techniques • Building your influence within a PMO role • Negotiating win-win solutions • Showcasing your credibility Gaining effective buy-in from the executive team • Creating strong stakeholder relationships • Nurturing crucial networks • Identifying key connections Managing time slippages and resource changes as PMO leader • Doing more with less • Juggling multiple responsibilities • Prioritising urgent vs non-urgent tasks Demonstrating the value of a PMO team • Growing your reputation • Recognising your worth • Increasing your value Expert Facilitator: Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Roz is passionate about people, their success and delivering outcomes. Often tasked with leading transformational change, Roz is recognised for getting things done while bringing groups / individuals who are change resistant along on the journey. She works to break down silos and explores how to leverage opportunities within and outside organisations.

Roz is known for taking a pragmatic approach to achieving outcomes. She appreciates the need for rigour around governance and the ability to rapidly change direction to succeed in a fast paced dynamic environment. This is achieved through utilizing the right skills, technology and processes. As a strategic thinker, her style of leadership enables her team to take ownership while Roz provides an overall framework and vision looking to the bigger picture. Experienced at leading transformational programmes, strategic reviews, company restructures, optimisation programs, Roz enjoys leading teams and mentoring individuals on their own personal career journey.

Her role as a Senior Leader within the International Business Attraction and Investment team (a growing part of Auckland’s Economic Development agency ATEED) has allowed Roz the opportunity to create the platform for the teams future success. Roz is responsible for the Operations and Planning team tasked with enabling successful achievement of our KPI’s. Having balance sheet responsibility and being accountable to ratepayers, Roz is prudent around where the team’s efforts are best placed to achieve value for money. Roz’s background in general management, management consulting and business development ensures that she is able to engage with multiple stakeholders (both factory floor through to Senior Executive / Board). Based in New Zealand, Australia and Europe; Roz has worked for blue chip organisations including Fonterra, Unilever, PA Consulting, Bayer, Ernst Young, Cognizant and Grant Thornton; along with key government agencies.

VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 27 February 2018 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 25 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 26 June 2018 Navigate your PMO through uncertainty 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.40 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Re-shaping perspectives around the good/bad cop views of a PMO Governance is the essence of all PMO roles. PMO leadership involves maintaining a resolute yet tactful stance regarding the direction you want your work to take. PMO managers must understand how to strike a balance between the two.

• Differentiate governance vs. regulation • Maintain support of governance • Keep governance in line with strategy Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees 9.40 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.30 CASE STUDY To survive or thrive A successful PMO is one that drives business outcomes. For this goal to be realised, leaders must think beyond survival to how PMOs can actively contribute towards the execution of an organisation’s strategy and display it’s vital value-adding role.

• Evolve and adapt with the PMO • Enable success within a PMO • Scope future directions for PMOs Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand 10.30 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.35 CASE STUDY Conveying the importance of the PMO in improving investment decision making The PMO can step up to lead the development of critical business investment capabilities, becoming a driver for multi-disciplinary change. In his talk, Emil will focus on the role of the PMO in orchestrating step changes in investment decision making.

• The PMO as a leader and influencer at an enterprise level • Redefine the role of the traditional PMO • Investment decision making as an organisational capability Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand 11.35 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.25 CASE STUDY Embracing the PMO’s importance An organisation’s PMO has a vital role in the governance and execution of an organisation’s strategy. Each project’s success translates into a direct impact on the organisation. PMO leaders must ensure they are able to be a strong, independent voice to guide projects towards success by providing assurance.

• Value the importance of a bold PMO function • Integrate assurance into your PMO’s ways of working • Incorporate innovation within your PMO Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board 12.25 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.25 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effectively coordinating stakeholders and your team Advancing into a leadership position involves managing a wide range of individuals within and outside an organisation. The key to successfully engaging your team and others is to have a clear purpose and vision for all parties. • Establish stakeholder and team needs • Generate buy-in across your organisation • Develop partnerships whilst maintaining an oversight role Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance 2.25 - 3.05 CASE STUDY Extending the value and longevity of your PMO With the pits and troughs involved in most project-related work, leaders must be able to incorporate aspects of resilience into their PMOs. Nicola will share her career journey and the work it took towards achieving the rare Level 4 maturity status that the PMO currently has. • Navigate your PMO through risk and change • Facilitate a change capability • Deal with resistance to change Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland 3.05 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Successful leadership in a changing environment requires adaptability and fluidity of thought patterns. Leaders of tomorrow must be braced to challenge traditional systems and capture insightful ways of managing teams. PMO leadership calls for ambition, resolve and a resilient mindset, which helps to foster an overarching view of success.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $200 off registration if you register and pay by 29 May 2018 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 10 April 2018 ALSO AVAILABLE SCIENCE, RESEARCH & INNOVATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2ND WOMEN IN TECH & TELCO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 14 - 18 May 2018 Wharewaka, Wellington 17, 18, 19 & 20 April 2018 InterContinental Wellington 23 - 26 July 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland 3.30 - 4.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Establishing executive buy-in and organising diverse stakeholders Any project-focused work involves coordinating multiple organisational stakeholder groups. It can be a challenge for leaders to manage differing stakeholder expectations, garner support and buy-in across organisation departments. • Explore strategies for gaining management buy-in • Nurture crucial networks • Meet the needs of different parties Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 - 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair Day Two 27 June 2018 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 OPENING CASE STUDY Enabling Growth within the Zespri EPMO Part of the process when creating a PMO that succeeds is ensuring it’s goals align with those of the organisation. An effective PMO/ePMO is able to contribute to the organisation in a beneficial way and build the organisation up.

• Enable growth via the alignment of business strategy • Explore business processes and enterprise data management • Manage the lifecycle of PMOs Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY Embracing agile methodologies as a delivery method Embracing new systems is essential to maximise the outcomes of the enterprise investment portfolio. Agile transformations are a process which need to evolve to the way we achieve governance and oversight to ensure their success. It is a system that must be managed and measured effectively, as well as responding to frequent learnings - especially at scale.

• Transition from traditional to agile delivery • Respond quickly to organisational change • Evolve governance as organisations become more agile Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand 10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion 11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea 11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY Effectively transitioning between diverse PMO environments The distinctions between corporate and public sector PMO environments are vast. Learning to transition between the two can be difficult. Ben will share his advice on successfully establishing a PMO within a healthcare setting and managing the change this involves. • Navigate change • Establish PMO’s relevance within your organisation • Align project and organisational strategy Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch NETWORKING RECEPTION 4:30 - 5:30PM Make the most of your experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks

Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Refine your leadership skills ABOUT THE EVENT Revolutionary leaders ignite innovation, progress and new perspectives to foster a future-oriented strategy. Programme, portfolio or project managers must be adapt to the dynamic technologies, methodologies and systems needed to develop their PMO, one able to tackle the challenges of the future. A high performing PMO requires guidance and effective governance from managers. Developing successful PMO leaders is a necessary prerequisite in establishing a PMO that unifies organisational outcomes, adding value through effective planning, reporting and delivery. The 3rd PMO Leadership Conference creates a space for leaders to share their insights into the future of the PMO workforce. They will explore the challenges they have faced and overcome, delving into the strategies required to become a leader of tomorrow.

1.15 - 2.00 CASE STUDY Transforming from Waterfall to Scaled Agile Utilising aspects of DevOps and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), MSD has changed the way IT delivers. The ITPMO has eagerly taken on the challenge to reinvent itself to align, focussing on value, supporting iterative delivery, adopting agile principles and concepts at an enterprise-wide scale. • Embrace the alternative delivery method • Learn from the challenges and successes • Look to the future of SAFe at MSD Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Growing planning and delivery capability across the enterprise PMO leaders must undertake a front-line, proactive approach when supporting Project Managers in their daily tasks. The planning and implementation of projects requires efficient, capable leaders.

• Recognie the value of delivery and compliance PMOs • Adapt to different projects’ needs • Manage diverse projects Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.30 - 4.30 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Leading your PMO towards efficiency and success Summing up the ideas, strategies and tools discussed during the past two days, this interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect and explore what has been learnt. It is an opportunity to fully grasp what has been presented to develop your future vision and ideas into actionable plans. • Transition your PMO into the future • Step up into the role of a leader • Explore key points from the summit Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close Tweet about this event using the hashtag #WilmaChat and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! FOLLOW THIS EVENT WHO WILL ATTEND Current Leaders Aspiring Leaders Future Leaders More people? More savings! 3 4 5 7 8 10%DISCOUNT 15%DISCOUNT 20%DISCOUNT DELEGATES DELEGATES DELEGATES +

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 9.00 - 4.30 Effective Team Leadership • Knowing your team - Building team capabilities for increased performance • Recognising individual skills and strengths for effective delegation • Aim for excellence - aligning, integrating and motivating your team • Diagnosing performance gaps • Utilising feedback to improve performance and competencies Lead with emotional intelligence and whole-brain thinking • The emotionally intelligent leader and why empathy works • Identify how your leadership style can be a blocker or enabler of change • Explore the intersection of EQ, IQ and RQ • Manage professional and personal setbacks effectively Relationship Building Strategies • Building your circle of influence - networks and leadership • Working out loud - a collaborative and relationship building tool • Collaborating with external groups for effective partnerships Day Two 9.00 - 4.30 Building Your Change Management Capability • Key skills for confidently managing change • Understanding your stakeholders - high level stakeholder analysis • Explore communication essentials and listening to connect Critical Thinking & Problem Solving for Increased Project Performance • Cultivating a high-performance mind-set through critical thinking • Breaking down the barriers to critical thinking • Taking a proactive problem solving approach • Roadblocks to effective solutions Strategies to enhance your power and influence • Encouraging support and buy-in from stakeholders • Creating a common ground for dialogue to facilitate inclusive communication • How to communicate compellingly to enhance your results Developing Your Positive Potential as a Project Manager • Understanding your value as a project leader and how to increase that unique value • Creating the change you want to see • Setting your leadership blueprint Expert Facilitator: Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Justin has been a short and long term ‘safe pair of hands’ through times of establishment and transition. He has experience as an operational manager and change leader, recruiting, supporting and coaching the replacement permanent workforce.

Justin has been involved in the delivery, management and oversight of projects and people for over 20 years, leading Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPO and PMO) and developing Project and Business Assurance processes to assess project and programme delivery. Justin has also worked in health, delivering management, project governance and project reporting to support executive decision making and ensure projects realise benefits. This has been achieved whilst managing large and small portfolios of $350M across 400 projects. Tailoring project methodologies to suit organisations and project complexity.

He has led one of the largest Project Management practices in NZ, recruiting, coaching and developing Project Management capability at Telecom NZ. He has hands-on experience outsourcing and in-sourcing to enhance service delivery. Justin has led transformation through new business strategies to deliver positive EBIDTA and enhance functional capability; leading and being accountable for the day-to-day operations of project management professional practices and operational functions, with budgets ranging from 1-25M NZD He has worked in small start-up software companies, the UK civil service and defence industry, multinational Telco’s, has developed internal and external consulting functions and has recently led the PMO functions for 3 NZX listed businesses. Justin focuses on right sizing and pragmatic application of Business and Project Assurance and Governance frameworks to deliver business value.

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Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 Summit 26 & 27 June 2018 Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland Fine-tune your PMO leadership skills to maximise project efficiency and success Flexible and practical performance measures to drive value Pioneer pathways for PMO excellence Explore strategies for efficiently executing major projects Strategic advice for managing your PMO Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Booking Code - CZ7 PMO Leadership Conference 3 rd FEATURED SPEAKERS EVENT PARTNERS ORGANISED BY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS Book & Pay by 27 February 2018 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount! 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Ministry of Social Development Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development Members of supporting organisations receive a special 10% discount off standard rates!

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Pre-Summit Workshop 25 June 2018 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE • 8.30 - 9.00 Registration • 9.00 - 10.40 Session One • 10.40 - 11.00 Morning Tea • 11.00 - 12.30 Session Two • 12.30 - 1.30 Lunch • 1.30 - 3.00 Session Three • 3.00 - 3.20 Afternoon Tea • 3.20 - 4.30 Session Four • 4.30 Close of Workshop 9.00 - 4.30 Strengthening your communication: Skills for effective stakeholder management The key to successful leadership involves working collectively with a wide range of different individuals, both within and outside an organisation. Leaders must be equipped with the skills to communicate concisely and with intention. The ability to convey your ideas with conviction is an important prerequisite to steering yourself towards intended outcomes.

This interactive and experiential workshop will explore important elements to enhance your natural communication ability, build your confidence and help curate key relationships. Explore methods to improve your communication skills so you are able to interact with confidence. Developing communication techniques • Building your influence within a PMO role • Negotiating win-win solutions • Showcasing your credibility Gaining effective buy-in from the executive team • Creating strong stakeholder relationships • Nurturing crucial networks • Identifying key connections Managing time slippages and resource changes as PMO leader • Doing more with less • Juggling multiple responsibilities • Prioritising urgent vs non-urgent tasks Demonstrating the value of a PMO team • Growing your reputation • Recognising your worth • Increasing your value Expert Facilitator: Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Roz is passionate about people, their success and delivering outcomes. Often tasked with leading transformational change, Roz is recognised for getting things done while bringing groups / individuals who are change resistant along on the journey. She works to break down silos and explores how to leverage opportunities within and outside organisations.

Roz is known for taking a pragmatic approach to achieving outcomes. She appreciates the need for rigour around governance and the ability to rapidly change direction to succeed in a fast paced dynamic environment. This is achieved through utilizing the right skills, technology and processes. As a strategic thinker, her style of leadership enables her team to take ownership while Roz provides an overall framework and vision looking to the bigger picture. Experienced at leading transformational programmes, strategic reviews, company restructures, optimisation programs, Roz enjoys leading teams and mentoring individuals on their own personal career journey.

Her role as a Senior Leader within the International Business Attraction and Investment team (a growing part of Auckland’s Economic Development agency ATEED) has allowed Roz the opportunity to create the platform for the teams future success. Roz is responsible for the Operations and Planning team tasked with enabling successful achievement of our KPI’s. Having balance sheet responsibility and being accountable to ratepayers, Roz is prudent around where the team’s efforts are best placed to achieve value for money. Roz’s background in general management, management consulting and business development ensures that she is able to engage with multiple stakeholders (both factory floor through to Senior Executive / Board). Based in New Zealand, Australia and Europe; Roz has worked for blue chip organisations including Fonterra, Unilever, PA Consulting, Bayer, Ernst Young, Cognizant and Grant Thornton; along with key government agencies.

VALUE PLUS DISCOUNT Receive up to $400 off registration if you register and pay by 27 February 2018 PLUS TWO WORKSHOPS! Plus Two Separately Bookable Full-Day Workshops on 25 & 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 26 June 2018 Navigate your PMO through uncertainty 8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Official Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.40 OPENING KEYNOTE CASE STUDY Re-shaping perspectives around the good/bad cop views of a PMO Governance is the essence of all PMO roles. PMO leadership involves maintaining a resolute yet tactful stance regarding the direction you want your work to take. PMO managers must understand how to strike a balance between the two.

• Differentiate governance vs. regulation • Maintain support of governance • Keep governance in line with strategy Dawie de Vaal Head of Technology PMO 2degrees 9.40 - 9.50 Questions and Discussion 9.50 - 10.30 CASE STUDY To survive or thrive A successful PMO is one that drives business outcomes. For this goal to be realised, leaders must think beyond survival to how PMOs can actively contribute towards the execution of an organisation’s strategy and display it’s vital value-adding role.

• Evolve and adapt with the PMO • Enable success within a PMO • Scope future directions for PMOs Malcolm Savage PMO Manager Air New Zealand 10.30 - 10.40 Questions and Discussion 10.40 - 10.55 Morning Tea 10.55 - 11.35 CASE STUDY Conveying the importance of the PMO in improving investment decision making The PMO can step up to lead the development of critical business investment capabilities, becoming a driver for multi-disciplinary change. In his talk, Emil will focus on the role of the PMO in orchestrating step changes in investment decision making.

• The PMO as a leader and influencer at an enterprise level • Redefine the role of the traditional PMO • Investment decision making as an organisational capability Emil Koenigsperger Director, Enterprise Portfolio Office Statistics New Zealand 11.35 - 11.45 Questions and Discussion 11.45 - 12.25 CASE STUDY Embracing the PMO’s importance An organisation’s PMO has a vital role in the governance and execution of an organisation’s strategy. Each project’s success translates into a direct impact on the organisation. PMO leaders must ensure they are able to be a strong, independent voice to guide projects towards success by providing assurance.

• Value the importance of a bold PMO function • Integrate assurance into your PMO’s ways of working • Incorporate innovation within your PMO Jacob Toner Director, Enterprise Portfolio Management Office (EPMO) Auckland District Health Board 12.25 - 12.35 Questions and Discussion 12.35 - 1.35 Networking Lunch 1.35 - 2.25 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Effectively coordinating stakeholders and your team Advancing into a leadership position involves managing a wide range of individuals within and outside an organisation. The key to successfully engaging your team and others is to have a clear purpose and vision for all parties. • Establish stakeholder and team needs • Generate buy-in across your organisation • Develop partnerships whilst maintaining an oversight role Ravi Nyayapati Global Design Manager, Global Information Systems Fonterra Co-operative Group Keren Roberts General Manager Enterprise Services Delivery ANZ Bank Fadi Ibrahim Head of PMO/ Senior Project Manager Ricoh New Zealand Simon Clark Director of Program Management Orion Health Amit Bhatia Head of Strategy and Transformation Sovereign Insurance 2.25 - 3.05 CASE STUDY Extending the value and longevity of your PMO With the pits and troughs involved in most project-related work, leaders must be able to incorporate aspects of resilience into their PMOs. Nicola will share her career journey and the work it took towards achieving the rare Level 4 maturity status that the PMO currently has. • Navigate your PMO through risk and change • Facilitate a change capability • Deal with resistance to change Nicola Faithfull Manager, University Strategic Programme Office (USPO) The University of Auckland 3.05 - 3.15 Questions and Discussion 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 2018 Theme: ‘Pioneering Pathways’ Successful leadership in a changing environment requires adaptability and fluidity of thought patterns. Leaders of tomorrow must be braced to challenge traditional systems and capture insightful ways of managing teams. PMO leadership calls for ambition, resolve and a resilient mindset, which helps to foster an overarching view of success.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Receive up to $200 off registration if you register and pay by 29 May 2018 SUPER SAVER DISCOUNT Receive up to $300 off registration if you register and pay by 10 April 2018 ALSO AVAILABLE SCIENCE, RESEARCH & INNOVATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE WOMEN IN ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2ND WOMEN IN TECH & TELCO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 14 - 18 May 2018 Wharewaka, Wellington 17, 18, 19 & 20 April 2018 InterContinental Wellington 23 - 26 July 2018 Crowne Plaza Auckland 3.30 - 4.10 EXPERT COMMENTARY Establishing executive buy-in and organising diverse stakeholders Any project-focused work involves coordinating multiple organisational stakeholder groups. It can be a challenge for leaders to manage differing stakeholder expectations, garner support and buy-in across organisation departments. • Explore strategies for gaining management buy-in • Nurture crucial networks • Meet the needs of different parties Roz Henry Operations & Planning Manager and Experienced Change Leadership Professional Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development 4.10 - 4.20 Questions and Discussion 4.20 - 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair Day Two 27 June 2018 8.30 - 8.55 Morning Coffee 8.55 - 9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair 9.00 - 9.45 OPENING CASE STUDY Enabling Growth within the Zespri EPMO Part of the process when creating a PMO that succeeds is ensuring it’s goals align with those of the organisation. An effective PMO/ePMO is able to contribute to the organisation in a beneficial way and build the organisation up.

• Enable growth via the alignment of business strategy • Explore business processes and enterprise data management • Manage the lifecycle of PMOs Karel Driessen Enterprise PMO Director Zespri 9.45 - 10.00 Questions and Discussion 10.00 - 10.45 CASE STUDY Embracing agile methodologies as a delivery method Embracing new systems is essential to maximise the outcomes of the enterprise investment portfolio. Agile transformations are a process which need to evolve to the way we achieve governance and oversight to ensure their success. It is a system that must be managed and measured effectively, as well as responding to frequent learnings - especially at scale.

• Transition from traditional to agile delivery • Respond quickly to organisational change • Evolve governance as organisations become more agile Mike Clentworth Head of Delivery Westpac New Zealand 10.45 - 11.00 Questions and Discussion 11.00 - 11.15 Morning Tea 11.15 - 12.00 CASE STUDY Effectively transitioning between diverse PMO environments The distinctions between corporate and public sector PMO environments are vast. Learning to transition between the two can be difficult. Ben will share his advice on successfully establishing a PMO within a healthcare setting and managing the change this involves. • Navigate change • Establish PMO’s relevance within your organisation • Align project and organisational strategy Ben Macintosh Director of Programme Management Office Southern District Health Board 12.00 - 12.15 Questions and Discussion 12.15 - 1.15 Networking Lunch NETWORKING RECEPTION 4:30 - 5:30PM Make the most of your experience, join us to network over complimentary canapés and drinks

Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Refine your leadership skills ABOUT THE EVENT Revolutionary leaders ignite innovation, progress and new perspectives to foster a future-oriented strategy. Programme, portfolio or project managers must be adapt to the dynamic technologies, methodologies and systems needed to develop their PMO, one able to tackle the challenges of the future. A high performing PMO requires guidance and effective governance from managers. Developing successful PMO leaders is a necessary prerequisite in establishing a PMO that unifies organisational outcomes, adding value through effective planning, reporting and delivery. The 3rd PMO Leadership Conference creates a space for leaders to share their insights into the future of the PMO workforce. They will explore the challenges they have faced and overcome, delving into the strategies required to become a leader of tomorrow.

1.15 - 2.00 CASE STUDY Transforming from Waterfall to Scaled Agile Utilising aspects of DevOps and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), MSD has changed the way IT delivers. The ITPMO has eagerly taken on the challenge to reinvent itself to align, focussing on value, supporting iterative delivery, adopting agile principles and concepts at an enterprise-wide scale. • Embrace the alternative delivery method • Learn from the challenges and successes • Look to the future of SAFe at MSD Laurene Want Manager, Value Office Paul Weyers Manager, IT Performance and Risk Ministry of Social Development 2.00 - 2.15 Questions and Discussion 2.15 - 3.15 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Growing planning and delivery capability across the enterprise PMO leaders must undertake a front-line, proactive approach when supporting Project Managers in their daily tasks. The planning and implementation of projects requires efficient, capable leaders.

• Recognie the value of delivery and compliance PMOs • Adapt to different projects’ needs • Manage diverse projects Simon Bunt Head of Programme Management Office New Zealand Racing Board Ben Holland General Manager Commercial and Major Projects Opus International Consultants Justine Burn Chief Information Officer - Technology, Digital Capability & Transformation AA Insurance 3.15 - 3.30 Afternoon Tea 3.30 - 4.30 INTERACTIVE CLOSING ROUNDTABLE Leading your PMO towards efficiency and success Summing up the ideas, strategies and tools discussed during the past two days, this interactive roundtable is an opportunity to reflect and explore what has been learnt. It is an opportunity to fully grasp what has been presented to develop your future vision and ideas into actionable plans. • Transition your PMO into the future • Step up into the role of a leader • Explore key points from the summit Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management 4.30 Concluding Remarks from the Chair and Summit Close Tweet about this event using the hashtag #WilmaChat and @LiquidLearning for daily industry updates! FOLLOW THIS EVENT WHO WILL ATTEND Current Leaders Aspiring Leaders Future Leaders More people? More savings! 3 4 5 7 8 10%DISCOUNT 15%DISCOUNT 20%DISCOUNT DELEGATES DELEGATES DELEGATES +

SPONSOR TODAY! Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available. For your chance to brand yourself as a market leader, please call: +64 9 927 1500 or email: partnership@liquidlearning.co.nz Phone: +64 9 927 1500 www.liquidlearning.com Post-Summit Workshop 28 & 29 June 2018 Day One 9.00 - 4.30 Effective Team Leadership • Knowing your team - Building team capabilities for increased performance • Recognising individual skills and strengths for effective delegation • Aim for excellence - aligning, integrating and motivating your team • Diagnosing performance gaps • Utilising feedback to improve performance and competencies Lead with emotional intelligence and whole-brain thinking • The emotionally intelligent leader and why empathy works • Identify how your leadership style can be a blocker or enabler of change • Explore the intersection of EQ, IQ and RQ • Manage professional and personal setbacks effectively Relationship Building Strategies • Building your circle of influence - networks and leadership • Working out loud - a collaborative and relationship building tool • Collaborating with external groups for effective partnerships Day Two 9.00 - 4.30 Building Your Change Management Capability • Key skills for confidently managing change • Understanding your stakeholders - high level stakeholder analysis • Explore communication essentials and listening to connect Critical Thinking & Problem Solving for Increased Project Performance • Cultivating a high-performance mind-set through critical thinking • Breaking down the barriers to critical thinking • Taking a proactive problem solving approach • Roadblocks to effective solutions Strategies to enhance your power and influence • Encouraging support and buy-in from stakeholders • Creating a common ground for dialogue to facilitate inclusive communication • How to communicate compellingly to enhance your results Developing Your Positive Potential as a Project Manager • Understanding your value as a project leader and how to increase that unique value • Creating the change you want to see • Setting your leadership blueprint Expert Facilitator: Justin Partington Project, Programme, Portfolio and Change Management Consultant 3P and Change Management Justin has been a short and long term ‘safe pair of hands’ through times of establishment and transition. He has experience as an operational manager and change leader, recruiting, supporting and coaching the replacement permanent workforce.

Justin has been involved in the delivery, management and oversight of projects and people for over 20 years, leading Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPO and PMO) and developing Project and Business Assurance processes to assess project and programme delivery. Justin has also worked in health, delivering management, project governance and project reporting to support executive decision making and ensure projects realise benefits. This has been achieved whilst managing large and small portfolios of $350M across 400 projects. Tailoring project methodologies to suit organisations and project complexity.

He has led one of the largest Project Management practices in NZ, recruiting, coaching and developing Project Management capability at Telecom NZ. He has hands-on experience outsourcing and in-sourcing to enhance service delivery. Justin has led transformation through new business strategies to deliver positive EBIDTA and enhance functional capability; leading and being accountable for the day-to-day operations of project management professional practices and operational functions, with budgets ranging from 1-25M NZD He has worked in small start-up software companies, the UK civil service and defence industry, multinational Telco’s, has developed internal and external consulting functions and has recently led the PMO functions for 3 NZX listed businesses. Justin focuses on right sizing and pragmatic application of Business and Project Assurance and Governance frameworks to deliver business value.

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