Welcome to Project Chatter, the podcast where project professionals, specialists and experts from various sectors talk about the latest trends in project management and PMO. Listen to Val and Dale as they talk about tried and tested best practices and share their unfiltered thoughts about the industry. Whether you're here to learn how to progress your career, improve your project controls skills, or just want to hear an Aussie and South African rant about projects, then you've come to the right place. Welcome to the Project Chatter Podcast, with your hosts Dale Foong and Val Matthews.
S2E41: Leadership in Project Management hosted by Siiry Pingali
In this episode, we hand the reigns to our Marketing guru Siiry Pingali who puts Val and Dale in the hot seats to pick their brains and get some insight into their experiences about Leadership in Project Management.
S2E40: Model-based Planning (aka 4D Modelling) with James Bowles, Chris Needham & DJ Gibbs
In this episode, we talk to James, and Chris, DJ about 4D construction and their podcast by the same name. What is 4D Modelling, what tools are recommended, and what advantages does it bring to projects? Find out all this and more!
S2E39: The Good and the Bad of PMO's with Professor Marco Frisenda
In this episode, we talk to Professor Marco Frisenda who returns from Season 1 to talk in more detail about the good, the bad and the ugly of PMO's (Project Management Office's). Marco studied Engineering at University in Italy, is PMP certified and...
S2E38: Machine Learning on Projects with Dev Amratia & Toby Buchanan
In this episode Dale and Val talk with Dev Amratia & Toby Buchanan to discuss Machine Learning and how it improves project decision making!
S2E37: Project Controls Expo with Founder Anil Godhawale
In this episode Dale and Val talk with ProjCon Group founder and director Anil Godhawale. We talk about the upcoming Projet Controls Expo's and how project controls will fair in the new world post-COVID. Anil has over two decades of experience in...
S2E36: Why Schedules Always Fail & the Value of Time with Simon White
Simon White is originally from New Zealand. He went to university at age 10, specially selected to attend the Creative Writing school. As an adult, to pay his way through university, he worked as a Santa Claus, a seahorse, a cocktail flair barman, and a...