- 20 January 2021
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Insights on delivering projects and change in the Creative Sector
Rachel Baldwin reflects on over a decade of project and change management experience at the BBC, and shares her insights on ensuring successful delivery and making lasting change happen.
Rachel shares lessons learned from some of the key projects she’s managed and what she believes are the most important factors for successful project delivery and making change last:
- Definition, definition, definition
- Voice of the user
- Prioritise fiercely
- Be the change you want to see
- Change is a social movement
- Test, Learn, Adapt
Rachel Baldwin, ChPP, is an experienced Programme Manager and has delivered large scale and global transformation programmes for the BBC and the wider industry. She enjoys working with high levels of complexity and bringing together teams from multiple disciplines to drive innovation and deliver lasting change.
Rachel has a reputation for fostering collaboration and delivering transformation using a mix of Agile, Waterfall and Lean methods. She has also recently commissioned digital content for BBC Three and BBC Factual, and before becoming a project professional, Rachel used to produce and direct documentaries. She enjoys bringing her creative, story-telling skills into her transformation work.
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