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Date:
2 November 2021
Time:
17:00-18:30
Venue:
Online webinar
  • Add to Calendar 2021-11-02 17:00:00 2021-11-02 18:30:00 Europe/London Delivering benefits through programmes – dialogue with a panel Don't forget to book your place through the APM website Webinar

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CPD:
2.00
Please Note: This virtual event will be held on Microsoft Teams.
Cost:
Non member ticket: FREE
Member ticket: FREE
Organiser:
Benefits and Value SIG

Delivering benefits through programmes – dialogue with a panel

Programmes, by definition, realise benefits and create value-add.  Only far too many don’t.  Milestones are re-baselined continually in a “shoot first, then name your target” approach, and decisions are often made to stumble to the next milestone within specification rather than to optimise value and realise benefits. Our panel, and our expert audience (including you) will share what works and doesn’t work in different organisations, and what are the barriers to creating and delivering value.

Join our panel of experienced practitioners to share how great organisations create benefits from programmes, and explore ideas and examples of what works or doesn’t.

Panel members

  • Mark Fulton
  • Kevin Parry
  • James Taylor
  • John Thorp
  • Helen Winter

This joint event by the APM Benefits and Value SIG and the APM Programme Management SIG will be hosted by Hugo Minney, APM Benefits and Value SIG co chair.

This interactive panel dialogue with attendees will be held on Microsoft Teams.

 

Helen Winter is an experienced programme manager responsible for structuring programmes, success criteria, mobilisation, management of scope, budget, timely delivery, benefits realisation and stakeholder satisfaction.  Helen has led on large transformation programmes to execute delivery along with strategic business outcomes. Helen is also a global business author with publisher Kogan Page where her first book “The Business Analysis Handbook” was a finalist for two major industry awards. One was for contribution to project management literature with PMI and the other was the Specialist book category for the business books awards. She is an active member of the APM programme management group.  She is currently involved in a focus group sharing examples of good programme management practice and is an established speaker for project management forums.  In her free time, she loves sharing her knowledge on her blog BusinessBullet.co.uk which is followed by over 5,000 visitors a month.



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This event is suitable for intermediate and advanced professionals. 

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APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference

Section Description

1.1.3
1.1.4
2.1.2

Organisational change
Benefits to the organisation
Programme shaping

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