1. Challenges and trends in a PMO Practitioner’s Career

    PMO (Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices) is a common fixture within organisations that are focused on improving programme and project delivery, yet not enough focus is given to the people who work within a PMO. In this presentation, we take a look at the current day challenges that PMO practitioners face and investigate practical solutions […]

  2. Improved decision making with Better Business Cases

    Brian will cover the practical application of the Green Book 5 case model and learning from “Better Business Cases” in the kind of routine investment decision making faced by NHS Trusts every year. He will show how the Trust interpreted each stage of the 5 Case framework and combined input from clinical and non-clinical staff […]

  3. PMI’s 2015 Pulse of the Profession®: capturing the value of project management through knowledge transfer

    When organizations value knowledge transfer and implement good practices to support it, they improve project outcomes by nearly 35 percent. This presentation looks at how people, culture and leadership impact how an organization collects, manages and shares knowledge, experience and lessons learned. It also identifies and discusses the five steps in the knowledge transfer life […]

  4. Project Management is all GUESS work

    A key to project success is having some form of guidance to follow, and a key attribute of a good project manager is adapting this guidance to your environment. This is influenced by a number of factors: personality, lack of organisational-wide buy-in/support, unwillingness to change business processes, lack of infrastructure to support a corporate wide […]

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