Five key attributes of an effective sponsor
Good culture and governance vital for success
Posted by APM on 16th Sep 2016
But good governance can only exist if the culture of an organisation is right.
Project professionals from leading global and UK organisations are coming together at the annual APM Governance SIG conference, held in London on 6th October 2016 to discuss how the intrinsic link between good culture and governance are necessary in order to achieve successful change outcomes.
Drawing on real life examples from a wealth of experience in a variety of industries, speakers will cover topics including practical steps for creating an effective change culture and how to keep collaborative delivery arrangements in focus and on course.
While leading figures from TFL, Crossrail, Shell and Thame Tideway will give first-hand accounts of their experience and lessons learnt from the most recent largescale projects undertaken in the public and private sector.
To find out more or to book your tickets visit the conference homepage.
Speaker line up:
Melanie Franklin, international author, speaker and change consultant - Agile Change Ltd.
Practical Steps for creating an effective change culture.
Richard Palczynski, Head of Programme Controls, Crossrail
Crossrail’s approach to creating a world class mindset
Tanya Durlen, Head of Portfolio and Benefits Realisation, Surface Transport Strategy, Transport for London
TfL Surface Transport Governance Journey
Boris Lucic, Programme Engineering Manager, Network Rail
Keeping collaborative delivery arrangements in focus and on course…a case of LBSR
Adrian Pyne, Provek
No project is an island - the Agile Governance of projects - process and culture
Joanne Bradshaw, Department for Work & Pensions (DWP)
The challenges of blending waterfall and agile cultures and governance processes in transformation projects
Ivor Bennett, BMT-HQS
Managing Change in a multi-national, multi-market environment
Danny Trup, Project Sponsor (West), Tideway
Iain Murdoch, Project Engineer, Shell
Culture and change within the oil and gas industry.