1. Mind Map Your WBS to Project Success

    This presentation will focus on how you can utilise mind mapping technology and techniques. Liam will discuss the benefits of Mind Map theory and why it is useful in communication and planning. Mind mapping is an effective method to use in requirements gathering sessions and the construction of the WBS (work breakdown structure). When mind […]

  2. Agile Ways of Working

    Because the pace of change is always increasing, the expression ‘Agile’ is universally used yet moving towards agility in practice is challenging to achieve and as a result many organisations are not yet getting the full benefits associated with the various Agile ways of working. This presentation will explore a range of Agile approaches and […]

  3. Planning your career and professional development in Project Management

    Have you heard the classic interview question: “Where do you see yourself in five years?”. It’s a question that either triggers candidates’ internal megalomaniac or puts them in a tailspin. It’s an important question, not necessarily for interviews but for individuals. We often hear the words “fail to plan and you’re planning to fail”, but […]

  4. How much change management is too much?

    Projects have been and will continue to be the vehicle in which change has been delivered. Of late, there has been a tendency to throw Change Management activities the way of the Project Manager – whether they are wanted or understand the responsibilities – leading to mixed results. In this session, Paul Clavering of Just […]

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