- 23 May 2018
Holiday Inn London Regent's Park Carburton Street LONDON W1W 5EE
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PMOs and organisational change
Please be aware that the venue changed after the initial launch flyer, the new location is the Holiday Inn Regents Park.
Lunch will be available from 12:00pm.
PMOs inherently bring change to organisations, but what happens when they are both effecting change and affected by the change themselves? This event will explore this juxtaposition and help build confidence in dealing with transformational change that affects entire organisations.
This year, the PMO SIG is targeting key areas that are challenging for PMOs, so we would like to explore the impact of organisational change – when PMOs are both effecting change and at the same time being affected by it. Our Enabling Change SIG colleagues will be joining us and co-presenting throughout this afternoon’s agenda, to provide a holistic view to change, and the impact it has on people.
Benefit of attending:
Delegates will have time to listen to experienced professionals who have to deal with transformational change and learn from their (and their peers) perspectives. During the afternoon, a practical session will allow them to consider the pace of change in their own organisations and how to deal with that, giving them confidence to return to the day job, with practical tips and tools in mind.
Who should attend:
Those working in or with a PMO, change management professionals, and those interested in the people side of transformational change.
Mark Reeson is a international strategic project management advisor. A project manager of over thirty years who is currently developing PMOs in the Middle East with a focus around sustainability management. Previously from an armed forces background, he has worked within defence, nuclear, government and hospitality, whilst also assisting with the IOC in the Youth Olympic Games. He is a PMO SIG committee member.
Simon Williams has worked for Transport for London (TfL) and its predecessors for 21 years, and until recently was Head of Business Change Project Management. After a background in strategy, planning and commercial business development roles, Simon moved into project management. Since 2005 he has focused on the delivery of a wide range of business change and transformation programmes and projects.
In recent years these have included a major transformation for the operating model, processes and technology in London Underground stations, the introduction of a “Night Tube” service on Friday and Saturday nights, implementation of a new Workforce Planning system, a major modernisation programme for maintenance, a range of other organisational change projects and was a major contributor to the successful delivery of the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games.
Simon is based in the TfL PMO, and is currently working on a programme to deliver improvements in delivery capability across the organisation. He was extensively involved in the development of TfL’s Business Change Framework, and was professional head for Business Change Project Management within TfL. He promotes capability development and best practice in integrating and applying project management and change management approaches. This includes facilitating a 650 strong change community, developing and delivering training courses, and presenting to a wide range of audiences.
Simon is an APM Enabling Change SIG committee member and has led its Transportation Change Practitioner Group for the last three years.
Matthew Hill MAPM, PRINCE2®, Prosci®, MSP, Agile, Lean Six Sigma Green belt, is a project professional having worked in a number of project, programme, change and PMO roles for more than 22 years. Matthew has delivered change and transformation across diverse industries including broadcasting, aerospace, digital, logistics, shared service IT and higher education.
In recent years, he has increasingly become interested in learning, developing and practicing business change management as part of project delivery, particularly developing capability in others to make their own changes. Matthew is currently working with Delt Shared Services Ltd. establishing and developing a PMO to deliver technology enabled transformation within the public and private sector.
Martin Butcher is an experienced and versatile leader with strong consulting, programme management and business development skills. He has a clear track record of working with stakeholders to deliver exciting transformational business change, which drives efficiency and engages employees. Regarded as an early visionary for the deployment of IT to improve operational outcomes, he has gone on to deliver a range of complex technical and transformational programmes across a wide spectrum of customers and technologies.
More speaker details will be published shortly.
This event is suitable for professionals with an intermediate level of experience.
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