The International Roundtable Series is a Thought Leadership initiative that brings together senior project leaders and leading academics from different industries to share their experience and international perspectives.

These online workshops are a 90-minute discussion optimised for virtual delivery and facilitated by ICCPM. Key insights will be published in an outcomes report scheduled to be released mid-2021.

  • Discussion Theme: Harnessing Emergence in Complex Projects - Risk, Uncertainty and Opportunity
  • Host: International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM)
  • Series Partner: Queensland University of Technology (QUTeX)
  • Anchor Sponsor : Australian Department of Defence – Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG)

Why do these discussions matter?


One of the characteristics of complex projects is that they emerge over time. This creates uncertainty for project leaders. To support project success, project leaders need to understand how to manage risk in uncertainty and identify new opportunities.

The outcomes report will share these insights to improve project success.

Online workshop format


Each online International Roundtable Workshop is a 90-minute discussion optimised for a virtual setting and facilitated by ICCPM. These workshops bring together senior project professionals and academics from across sectors to explore the theme using focus questions. Key insights are recorded with contributions de-identified to encourage frank conversation. ICCPM Members are encouraged to participate in Roundtable Workshops.

Workshops have been scheduled to suit the target locations, however participants from other countries are welcome to join any session.

How can I get involved?


Senior project professionals are invited to participate in Roundtable Workshops held throughout 2020-21 in key Australian locations and internationally.

You can also contact ICCPM to express interest in hosting a Workshop.

The online International Roundtable Workshops are FREE EVENTS as concessions for the COVID-19 lockdowns that have occurred around the world.

Visit 2020 International Roundtable Series for more information.

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