|Wednesday 12th February 2014|
|5.30pm Registration and refreshments
6.00pm - 8.00pm Event
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, 7 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2RT
Employees of APM corporate members:
|CPD||Up to 2 hours ( find out more about CPD)|
|Michael Cooch, PwC|
PPM Global Survey - trends and insights into current project, programme & portfolio governance practices
The Governance SIG's second event of the New Year will be held at 5.30pm on Wednesday 12th February 2014 at PwC's offices in More London.
The session, being hosted by PwC and delivered by Michael Cooch (Director), is for colleagues with an interest in learning about emerging global insights and trends within the governance of project, programme and portfolio management practices, and exploring how these relate to governance both now and in the future.
This event has been designed to enable attendees to find out about some of the key governance themes identified through PwC's third global survey into the current state of project management, and also to spend time exploring the extent to which governance can either impact, or will itself be impacted by these trends. As part of this, colleagues will have the opportunity to discuss the extent to which these findings correlate to the content of the APM Governance SIG's ' Directing Change' guide.
The event will also provide opportunities for attendees to:
- Ask questions about PwC's global PPM survey and its findings
- Find out how to participate in PwC's next (4th) global survey
- Feed thoughts, observations or challenges back to the group
- Enjoy refreshments and join others for networking after the event
Over the past few years the APM Governance SIG has run a series of events showcasing real examples of project management governance. Recent events have included; focusing on governance lessons learned from W1, The BBC flagship project that won an award at the 2013 APM Awards; a review of the governance issues surrounding the West Coast Mainline Re-franchising; leading the conclusion of the NPIA; BAA governance and portfolio management (PfM) approach.
APM Body of Knowledge references
|5th||6.10||Governance of project management|