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RADAR Roundtable – Early Warning Signals – The missing link in managing real project risks – 17 November 2016

RADAR Roundtable

Studies of project distress consistently identify the failure of project teams to collect, and then act on, the weak signals emanating from within the wider team indicating trouble ahead. As projects become larger and more complex, picking up these Early Warning Signals (EWS) is an essential component of any risk management strategy.

Edware Moore and Tony Llewellyn will take us through a latest academic thinking on EWS and demonstrate how technology and good behavioural planning can be used to create a simple and robust monitoring system.

Date:   Thursday 17th November
Time:  5.00pm Registration opens
5.30pm Start
7.00pm Drinks
Location: ResoLex
70 Fleet Street
London EC4Y 1EU

Tony Llewellyn

Tony Llewellyn

Collaboration Director at ResoLex, Visiting Lecturer of University of Westminster

Tony is Collaboration Director at ResoLex. He qualified as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor in 1985, and has worked as a specialist
advisor on wide range of construction projects. He has held a senior role, either as partner or director in a number of surveying and engineering firms. Tony made a career shift in 2011, completing a Masters Degree in
Coaching and Behavioural Change. He is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster in the faculty of Architecture and the Build Environment. Tony is the author of the book, Performance Coaching on Complex Projects, published by Gower. He now works primarily with teams providing a range of consultancy, facilitation and coaching services that enable clients and project managers to identify, and mitigate behavioral risk in project teams.


Edward Moore

Chief Executive at ResoLex

Edward has been Chief Executive at ResoLex since 2004, during this time he has worked with some of the country’s leading project risk experts on creating RADAR, a web based project horizon scanning and risk monitoring tool. The service has been developed to understand the human dynamics of risk management that bridges the gap between forensic data and the perceptions of project stakeholders which often leads to breakdown in communications and increased risk. Under the RADAR banner Edward is currently working with Higher Education, Housing and Infrastructure clients as part of the Risk Management and Collaborative Working processes on projects.

Please RSVP to Viola Yang (ResoLex Marketing Manager) at If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact Viola or ResoLex Team on 020 7353 8000

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