Dr. Roland Dumont du Voitel



Roland Dumont du Voitel is an experienced consultant, trainer, coach and manager in business strategy, restructuring, turnaround of enterprises, business development, marketing and much around project and change management. His major industry focus is on aeronautic & aerospace, automotive, transportation & tourism, pharmaceutical but he also has worked in several other service industries. Today, he is specialized in turnaround management in France. Leading positions in successful turnaround situations were President of Thomas Cook France, CEO of LSG Sky Chefs France, President of Gate Gourmet France, President Aerotech France et al. He has been and is a member of several supervisory boards and member of the board of some social organizations / foundations, such as VP Finance of PMIFC. He is chairman of amontis, an international network of more than 200 entrepreneurial experts around the world but major focus on Europe. Roland is the founder and Managing Partner of amontis consulting AG. Prior to this, he has been the Managing Vice President and Partner of Cresap / Towers Perrin, Managing Partner of Peat Marwick / KPMG Management Consultants and Expert of Wibera / Pricewaterhousecoopers. He started his career as Assistant Professor at the University of Mannheim and Researcher at the Institute for Empirical Research. He studied engineering, business administration, marketing and social psychology at the Universities of Berlin, Darmstadt and Mannheim. His doctoral thesis has been about the initiation of organizational change, based on an empirical study of the Institute of Empirical Research about organizational change in Germany’s largest companies. He has published numerous books and articles, and has been a lecturer at several universities, since many years at the University of Heidelberg. His mother tongues are French and German, but he is fluent in English, and has workable knowledge in Italian.

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Title & abstract of Rolands speech:

Digital mega projects in times of agility – how is this supposed to work?

Digitalisation headlines some of the biggest change portfolios. There is a lot of talk about disruption, “creative destruction” and re-inventing established businesses. This speech explores the apparent call for a new era of mega projects and radical changes in consideration of its contradiction with another great movement of our time: agility. It further elaborates on practical ways of resolving this conflict by applying the agile mindset as well as by introducing effective means to create a change portfolio that reflects the required changes in a less radical and more manageable fashion.

About The Congress

The 1st Joint Congress of PMI Chapters in Germany is a new series of events jointly organized by the four German PMI Chapters. The objective is to bring both executives and decision makers as well as portfolio, program, and project managers together to facilitate the exchange of views and ideas while supporting close collaboration.

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