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- 14 March 2017
- 18:00 - 20:00
- The Auditorium in the Forum
Non member ticket: £10.00
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East of England branch
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It soon becomes clear when we review projects or programmes that some things are going well and others not so well. Some variables have the power to affect outcomes more than others.
Reviews are - or should be - exercises in identifying those things which may hinder the successful delivery of a project or programme and then making recommendations to address them.
This event will assess the most common challenges in project and programme management and will discuss and develop solutions to these problems. This assessment will be based on a selection of various case studies, including from public and from private sector projects.
The aim of this presentation is to enable attendees to review their own project or programme and increase its chances of successful delivery, using the lessons learned from the talk.
Charles Willbe is an accredited MPA High Risk Gateway™ Review Team Leader. He has presented widely on a variety of topics, provided project management training and has had several articles published as well as being an active contributor to the work of APM. Since 2003, Charles has successfully undertaken varied project, programme and portfolio management assignments, from mentoring via QA to advice and “hands-on” responsibility. Prior to 2003, he worked for GlaxoSmithKline for 25 years in various roles.
This event is suitable for professionals with a beginner's to intermediate level of experience.
Previous presentations and webinars can be viewed on the Resources page of the APM website.
APM Body of Knowledge reference