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6 March 2019
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12:30-13:30
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Online webinar
  • 2019-03-06 12:30:00 2019-03-06 13:30:00 Europe/London Quality, requirements and success webinar Please ensure you have booked onto this webinar via the APM website. Webinar

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Quality, requirements and success webinar


Effective requirements management is vital for project success, as meeting requirements is the primary measure of project effectiveness, hence success.

Many projects disappoint because their requirements are not fully understood at the start, and the emergence of requirements that the solution doesn’t meet results in delays and rework, driving up costs and reducing benefits. Systems thinking helps ensure that the scope of the problem is explored, and the dynamics that the solution must cope with are understood.

Born from a collaboration with INCOSE UK, the APM Systems Thinking SIG is addressing the challenge of introducing systems thinking benefits into the many projects without access to systems engineers, taking over the mantle of the original Joint Working Group.

This discursive webinar asks, and hopefully answers, a range of questions on how using systems thinking to understand requirements ultimately supports project success.

 

Andrew Wright has 30 years’ experience in managing innovative and complex projects, and is a founder member of the APM System Thinking SIG. Having joined the University of Manchester as a Visiting Lecturer in 2011, teaching project management to organisations including Rolls Royce, E-ON, AMEC and Sellafield Ltd.  He currently teaches at UCL and the University of Cumbria in parallel to his consultancy practice, and has just published a book on project success.

He is a Fellow of APM and a Registered Project Professional.


Franco Curtolo, both a systems engineer and project manager, with a Masters degree in Nuclear Engineering and over 35 years’ working experience.

His career started off as a systems engineer, then systems engineering manager, project services manager and for 10 years as a senior project manager on First-of-a-Kind, multi-discipline, multi-national, high technology, engineering, development and construction projects in the Nuclear, Navy, Aerospace, Radio Astronomy and Architecture-Engineering-Construction fields.

Frank currently specialises in integrating systems engineering with project management by combining technical and project management techniques to establish integrated engineering, commercial and project management processes and systems which form the enterprises’ project delivery teams.

He is currently working as principal consultant at Pcubed - Program Planning Professionals, UK Limited.

 

Baney Young is passionate about supporting strategy through optimised portfolio, enabling full benefits realisation and driving best practice.  She has considerable experience in delivering transformational change programmes, and is a APM Systems Thinking SIG committee member.

Since joining Network Rail in 2015, she has been responsible for both governance and assurance of the Requirements Management framework for projects on railway infrastructure.

Actively supporting learning on the topic, Baney lectures on Rail Systems: Transport Stakeholders at UCL MSc course for Systems Engineering. She is a Chartered Project Professional and holds a MSc degree in Project Management.

 

This webinar is suitable for professionals with an intermediate level of experience.

Previous presentations and webinars can be viewed on the APM Slideshare and YouTube channels.

 

APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition reference

Section Description
3.2
3.2.5

Scope management
Requirements management



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