Welcome to the Spring 2019 edition of the APM Programme Management SIG newsletter
- APM Programme Management SIG Conference - Transformational Programme Behaviours and Values
- Issues delivering complex programmes questionnaire 2019
- We need you!
Another year and another fantastic event at this years APM Programme Management SIG Conference, sponsored by Wood, which took place on Thursday 14th March 2019 at the Museum of London Docklands.
Our theme of this year’s conference Transformational Programme Behaviours and Values was reflected in the discussions and participation with a wide range of great speaker, exhibitors and delegates on the day. With such a broad theme, sessions also focused on topics such as, the importance of culture, the role of innovation, and what transformation looks like.
For more information about the day and to take another look at our speakers’ presentations please visit the conference webpage.
Every year the quality of the conference gets better and better, and this year was exceptional in terms of both content and attendees. We would like to thank all our speakers for their sessions and delegates for their participation and engagement throughout the day. We hope you enjoyed the day and have taken something away. Finally, a huge thank you to the APM ProgM committee members for their ongoing support, it is all very much appreciated. We very much look forward to put on another great event together again next year.
2. Issues delivering complex programmes questionnaire 2019
The Issues Delivering Complex Programmes Questionnaire has now RE-OPENED
This questionnaire seeks your views on the key issues faced in delivering complex programmes. Your response will help inform the focus of the APM Programme Management SIG committee’s workplan for the next year. The committee is keen to use views from the SIG participants, to align activities for the creation of knowledge or the sharing of knowledge.
Please could you complete the survey by the 5pm on Friday 17th May 2019.
The data collected is on an anonymous basis.
If you have any questions about this Issues delivering complex programmes questionnaire please contact Chris Beach by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you in advance for your kind assistance.
3. We need you!
Over the next year the APM Programme Management SIG (ProgM) SIG shall be working towards the development and delivery of new content, but we need your support.
Are you interested in joining the APM ProgM SIG or looking to get involved in APM volunteering activities? Well there are two ways you can support us.
Firstly, we are looking for experienced ProgM practitioners to support the development of new content and knowledge. This group shall support and test the development of ideas and application of knowledge.
Secondly, the ProgM SIG is always looking for new committee members particularly those who share a passion for learning and improving programme delivery. If this is something you are interested in then submit your committee member nomination now.
If you are interested in supporting the SIG, please let us know by emailing email@example.com The ProgM SIG is open to new ideas; always listening to, and learning from, others. We welcome contributions from all members of the community of practice look forward to hearing from you.
James Lesingham and Chris Beach
APM Programme Management SIG Co Chairs