The ResoLex event programme has both internal events and a selection of industry events. Take a look at our event calendar below to find out more information.
Bringing like-minded people together
Our role brings us into contact with a wide range of people working in the world of projects. Over time we came to realise that we have built an informal community of like-minded people who want to see a change in how projects can be delivered by harnessing the power of humans working in creative collaboration.
We wish to continue to expand that community, building connections and friendships that can build momentum towards sustainable change. We, therefore, invite you to join us!
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Past Roundtable discussions
Building Collective Intelligence tool
Purpose: Tap into your team's potential to solve complex problems Time required: Initial half-day workshop, then interim follow-up work over the next six months The theory behind the resource: The traditional approach to problem-solving on large projects is to rely on...
Metro Trains Melbourne joined us from across the pond!
Last week, the team from Metro Trains Melbourne (MTM) travelled 10,497 miles and we couldn’t wait to welcome them to our new offices for an amazing networking event! All the way from their offices near St Patrick’s Cathedral, Melbourne to ResoLex HQ by St Paul’s...
ResoLex Roundtable Round-up – The Construction Playbook
Putting The Construction Playbook into Practice - 30th June 2022 Facilitated by Ed Moore and Kelachi Amadi-Echendu ResoLex’s Roundtable series recommenced with our first in-person session since Autumn 2019 and in our new home - you may have seen, we have...
Collaboration at the interfaces
Major projects are typically fraught with issues and problems. Teams are generally set up with the resources to solve day to day difficulties. It is why most of us like working on projects. What happens, however, when you have to rely on another team to find the...
The lost art of chairing a meeting
How many of the meetings that you attended in the last month had a focused and clear agenda, ran to time, and sought a useful contribution from each of the attendees? How many of those meetings had attendees who then agreed and noted down a set of actions? From the...
Reimagining Skills for the Next Generation of Major Projects – MPA event
Event date: Wednesday 19th January 2022 The Major Projects Association hosted a thoughtful panel discussion on the skills needed to deliver major projects in the future. It is apparent that many factors are driving the need to consider this issue at present:...