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Date:
19 October 2021
Time:
17:00-18:30
Venue:
Online webinar
  • Add to Calendar 2021-10-19 17:00:00 2021-10-19 18:30:00 Europe/London Delivering change in waterfall and agile Don't forget to book your place through the APM website Webinar

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Please Note: This interactive webinar will be run on Microsoft Teams, from 17:00 - 18:30pm BST.
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Non member ticket: FREE
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Organiser:
Enabling Change SIG

Delivering change in waterfall and agile

In the world of change initiatives, we are always bound by time whilst simultaneously wrestling uncertainty. Do these two things affect how we manage change?
Are the actions we take different when using either waterfall or an agile approach to delivery within a change initiative?

You are invited to join our 2nd session in a collaboration series between the APM and the Change Management Institute exploring how we practitioners work more closely together to realise project outcomes and benefits.

In this interactive session we will examine how our change management thinking and actions adapt dependent on which delivery approach we adopt.


Panel members

Ket Patel is a certified APMG Change Management Practitioner and Change Management Institute Accredited Change Manager Master. He has over a 20 years of hands on experience leading change and transformation within Financial Services, Technology and Consulting industries. Ket has a passion for taking lessons identified from projects, industry and personal experience and helping others find ways to apply them to help ensure change benefits are realised, change resistance is minimised and change is adopted and sustained by focusing on the health and wellbeing of all those impacted by change.

Ket is also the UK Country Co-Lead for the Change Management Institute – a professional body dedicated to establishing and promoting best practice in the delivery of change. In his role he works to build relationship with industry bodies and academia in order to raise awareness of the Institute and to share best practice to keep the discussion alive about how we can deliver change better. His other area of interest is social media and facilitating discussion that help the profession to challenge their beliefs and understanding to deliver the best outcomes for those impacted by change.

 

Donna Unitt is the APM Enabling Change Specific Interest Group (SIG) chair. Her day job is as head of delivery with experience in managing business relationships across an array of levels and cultures through large IT, organisation and process change projects and programmes.

Donna has a proven track record of successful project delivery and management in large multi million pound projects.

Donna is a change management practitioner and has over 25 years of IT solutions implementation experience, including multi-implementation lifecycles across the supply chain industry to the SIG.



Ian Cribbes supposes that his first encounter with project management was in 1978 when he was part of a small team designing and commissioning a, then, state of the art, Systems Simulator for the brand-new Lynx helicopter which was coming into service with the British Army.

Life soon morphed into project management where he was tasked with the design and installation of a multi-media instructional solution for the Technical Academy with circa 3,500 trainees. Following this he became involved in a wide range of projects covering marine and aerospace equipment in Saudi Arabia. His last role in Saudi Arabia was as one of the senior programme managers covering a major upgrade to the Tornado aircraft on behalf of the Royal Saudi Air Force.

On return to the UK in late 2012 he formed his own consultancy company (IMC&T Ltd). Under this umbrella he has worked with a wide range of organisations from the aerospace industry, defence organisations, Business / Financial Think Tank, higher educational establishments, central and local government departments, Grade 1 Listed Church conservation and reordering.

Throughout his career he has had the opportunity to be involved in projects ranging from quite small to those in the multi-billion-pound range.

Ian is one of the founding members of the Stakeholder Engagement Focus Group (part of the APM People SIG).


Gayle Howard is a member of the APM People Specific Interest Group (SIG) Committee and is on lead for the Leadership Focus Group within this SIG. Gayle has spent the majority of her career working in Financial Services and has experience in leading & coaching operational, training & development and project/programme teams at a senior level.

Gayle has a proven track record of successfully delivering large, complex change projects and programmes and is a change management practitioner.


Rajiv Khanna is director and lead trainer Raj Khanna Associates Limited. He has 25+ years experience managing a diverse range of projects & programmes in both private & public sectors in UK and abroad. He is lead trainer for Praxis, Agile Project Management, Scrum Master, Product Owner, WISP, Change Management, Managing Successful Programmes and PRINCE2. Programme, project and change management consultant for organisations in a range of industries. Additionally he is the author of several blogs, articles and videos in programme, project and change management.

 

Trish Thurley and Marsha Dennis, whose biographies will follow shortly.



This interactive webinar will be run on Microsoft Teams.

The content is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.

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APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference

Section Description
2 Preparing for change

 

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