#017 Project management standards in sports events

Podcast 017 Project management standards in sports events Olivier Piron Jeremy Cottino Cristiaan Page Diogo Jurema

Episode Summary

The Olympic Movement and its summer Olympic sports international federations organize over 8 000 events in one Olympic cycle. Inspired by such calendar, this episode discusses with two project management experts and explores if and how sports governing bodies can benefit from project management standards.

Full Show Notes


Olivier Piron is a Project Managemet professional for over 20 years. For the last 10 years he has been using his experience in the world of sports. Before that, he managed large projects in the private sector.
Jeremy Cottino has a long experience in Project Management, from a consulting perspective, to the development and implementation of projects and definition methodologies in the sport industry. He is recently responsible for establishing a Project Management Office in a AS Monaco FC.

Hosts: Cristiaan Page, Diogo Jurema

Episode Team: Donata Taddia, Pablo Rosetti, Surbhi Kuwelker, Torin Koos, Alexandra Volkova

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