The past months have presented challenges and changes for everyone.
What has this meant for those of us managing projects through this period and in the new working environment? What skills do you need to embrace to be successful in your work?
Through our personal experiences of project management at Turner & Townsend, we highlighted the challenges faced, and shared the developments and insights that have helped to keep us focussed on project performance.
- The impact on speed of delivery of projects and effects on productivity
- Changing communication needs and acceptance of new channels and tools
- The specific considerations and requirements of stakeholder engagement
- Increased demands for connecting with and motivating remote teams
Garry Murphy is15 years of project and programme management experience developed across a range of diverse roles and industries, and has been with Turner & Townsend for six years.
Lisa has worked in a variety of roles from developing business cases for traffic operations across London, constructing High Voltage DC substations, managing contracts for flood defence programmes and has mostly recently focussed on helping organisations improve their project and programme management operating models and teams.
Lisa has gained an MSc in Project and Enterprise Management and is currently preparing her Chartered Project Professional submission. She is a finalist for the Person of Purpose Northern Women Power Awards 2020 and is a past APM Women in Project Management SIG committee member.
This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
Garry and Lisa have very kindly allowed their presented material to be made available for viewing. The slides on Slideshare and the webinar recording on YouTube is now available in our APM resources area and also embedded below for reference.
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