Requirements to benefits: maximising value from investments in change
|Monday 20th February 2012|
AstraZeneca, Alderley Park, Macclesfield SK10 4TF
|Gerald Bradley, Peter Glynne, Andrew Hudson, Andrew Ingleby, Steve Rivkin, John Thorp, Matthew Castle; Mike Ward, plus other guest speakers including APM Chief Executive, Andrew Bragg.|
|Up to 6 hours (find out more about CPD)|
Employees of APM Corporate Members:
The conference will introduce two of the key concepts of programme management namely managing requirements and realising benefits.This conference is suited to initial and intermediate project management professionals.
This event is specifically targeted at those who wish to find out how others are approaching these topics: this is not a theory session! Presentations will include:
Peter Glynne who will give his expert advice on benefits management by giving a presentation on a strategic business skill and project and programme success – why is it not axiomatic? Peter Glynne is founder/chair of the APM Benefits Management SIG and leads benefits management across the Deloitte UK programme leadership practice. Peter has over 16 years experience in project and programme management across the private and public sectors.
Andrew Hudson will demonstrate how benefits can be measured and tracked. Andrew Hudson is a thought leader in strategy & transformation with 20 years’ experience implementing strategy & change governance frameworks. He is a sought after conference speaker on benefits management and has reviewed and contributed to best practice guidance in this area. As a founding director of GoalFocus and CEO of ChangeDirector, he has real and practical experience working with many high profile organisations including the Home Office, Etihad Airways, PWC, Ernst & Young and the Medical Research Council.
During the morning, We will discuss requirements management (with a focus on benefits realisation) and benefits management, and once you have heard the wisdom from the experts, we will go into parallel sessions to see how some people have put this into practice. We will be looking at experience from London Councils, Manchester City Council, and two commercial organisations
After lunch, we will be holding a multi-stream workshop where participants can get involved with discussion and panel debate about key aspects they find most difficult to address.
We will also be discussing how portfolio management and benefits management are inter-related.
The speakers are all renowned experts in this area – this will be your chance to meet them and fellow members who regard this topic as one of the most challenging to get right!
For the agenda and speaker information please click on the documents below.
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