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Hanover trade fair
1st April - 5th April 2019

Presentation series: Added value, visible results for your projects

Comprehensive project management competence in complex international projects

Presented by Daniel Kiefer (Senior Manager International and Director of THOST Russia), Dieter Kraus (Senior Management).

International projects are challenging due to different factors, e.g. special technical requirements, logistics, approval processes, qualification of project staff, political and economic volatility etc.

We show the principles, tools and experience needed to successfully manage international projects under the given conditions.


 Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1 

Presentation Times

 Monday 1st  April  10.00 am
 Tuesday  2nd April  10.00 am
 Wednesday    3rd April  10.00 am
 Thursday  4th April  10.00 am
 Friday  5th April  10.00 am


Supply chain optimization: Best practices in supply chain projects

Presented by Fabian Thost (Manager Center of Competence).

 Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1 

Presentation Times 

 Monday  1st  April  11.00 am
 Tuesday  2nd April  02.30 pm
 Wednesday    3rd April  11.00 am
 Thursday  4th April  11.00 am
 Friday  5th April  11.00 am
Risk management in industrial plant projects: time and cost control by software based risk valuation with Primavera / Oracle Prime

Presented by Dieter Kraus (Senior Management).

Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1  

Presentation Times 

 Monday  1st  April  01.00 pm
 Tuesday  2nd April  01.00 pm
 Wednesday    3rd April  01.00 pm
 Thursday  4th April  01.00 pm
 Friday  5th April  01.00 pm
Contract & claims management systems / Forensic Analysis

Presented by Marc Grannemann (Head of Office THOST Hanover).

Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1  

Presentation Times 

 Monday  1st  April  03.30 pm
 Tuesday  2nd April  03.30 pm
 Wednesday    3rd April  03.30 pm
 Thursday  4th April  03.30 pm
 Friday  5th April  03.30 pm
Added value by project and risk management in CAPEX and supply chain projects

Presented by Daniel Kiefer (Senior Manager International and Director of THOST Russia), Florian Thost (Manager Center of Competence).

Presentation on 2nd April 2019 in Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Conference Room 2 from 11.15 am to 12.15 pm

 

Russia / CIS: Successful project realization in challenging environment 

Presented by Daniel Kiefer (Senior Manager International and Director of THOST Russia), Nadja Ganischnova (Business development International and Russia).

Russia / CIS is an interesting and growing market offering great business opportunities. Projects over there are challenging for example by extreme weather conditions, complex permission processes and documentation requirements etc.

We have the experience from more than 80 projects that we successfully worked on in RUS/CIS and would like to show you some key success factors.


 Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1 

Presentation Times 

 Monday  1st  April  10.30 am
 Tuesday  2nd April  10.30 am
 Wednesday    3rd April  10.30 am
 Thursday  4th April  10.30 am
 Friday  5th April  10.30 am
Sweden / Nordic Region: Project management excellence in the Nordic region

Presented by Jens Oergel (Head of Office THOST Mannheim and Sweden).

Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1  

Presentation Times 

 Monday  1st  April  11.30 am
 Tuesday  2nd April  03.00 pm
 Wednesday    3rd April  11.30 am
Thursday  4th April  11.30 am
Friday  5th April  11.30 am
Middle East: collaboration of german and common law environment based project management processes

Presented by Daniel Kiefer (Senior Manager International and Director of THOST Russia), Yasmin Fürstmann (Company Communication Management)

Project execution in the Middle East is widely driven by the administration of the contract. Hence it is essential to combine contractual and technical expertise.

In addition to that, many nationalities are working together at a single project. Project participants underwent different approaches and levels of education.

Therefore it is of utmost importance to define unified project standards at avery early stage of the project. The implementation as well maintenance of these standards need to be controlled and monitored continuously all the way to the end of the project”

 Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1  

Presentation Times

 Monday  1st  April  11.30 am
 Tuesday  2nd April  12.30 pm
 Wednesday    3rd April  01.30 pm
 Thursday  4th April  02.30 pm
 Friday  5th April  03.30 pm
Your career in project management

Presented by Nina Muckenfuss (Personell Marketing)

Hall 27, Global Business & Markets, Position D24/1  

Presentation Times 

 Monday  1st  April  04.00 pm
 Tuesday  2nd April  04.00 pm
 Wednesday    3rd April  04.00 pm
 Thursday  4th April  04.00 pm
 Friday  5th April  04.00 pm

 

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