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Transcending traditional paradigms to innovate in the project controls environment

2nd December 2020

“We must always think of innovation as an enabler. When I look to the future of the built environment, I want to see diversity and complexity collide with sustainability. ”
Jessie Schilling

In her presentation from the Project Controls Expo Jessie explores how we can both manage and innovate in the control environment.

The complexity we see today requires new ways of thinking and collaborating. Infrastructure projects are not solo missions and they cannot operate in silos, or with segregation. Therefore innovation must be a collaborative, collective pursuit of future-proofing our practice.

Our criterion for cutting edge practice must translate threats to our processes, people and systems (the building blocks of project controls) into opportunities. The product must exemplify not just “best-practice”, but offer “beyond-practice” indicators.


About the Presenter: 

Combining creative intelligence with infrastructure intelligence, Jessie consults within the Strategy & Optimisation stream of Advisory services at HKA. During her career, Jessie has been established in the Project Management Office across two Metro projects. She has honed her skills in risk management and change control across multi-billion dollar packages of works.

Jessie is a certified practicing risk associate (CPRA®) with a passion for innovation. At the core of her work are processes and people, where she seeks to implement agile strategies and solutions within complex project environments.

We must always think of innovation as an enabler. When I look to the future of the built environment, I want to see diversity and complexity collide with sustainability. ”
Jessie Schilling
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