PMO, Resource Management and Change – New Sessions at Project Challenge

Further sessions have just been announced for this Autumn’s Project Challenge which takes place at London Olympia (Kensington) on the 11th and 12th October. Project Challenge is free to attend, sessions are on a first come, first served basis.

Register today to be kept informed of the latest sessions and start planning your day at Project Challenge.

 

 

pmoflashmob350Seven Habits of Highly Effective PMO Managers

Lindsay Scott & Eileen Roden, PMO Flashmob
Inspired by Stephen Covey’s inspirational book, Seven Habits of Highly Effective People®, we take a look at the role of the PMO Manager and share what makes a highly effective PMO Manager in the profession today.

Touching on different aspects of a PMO Manager’s career, this session will give PMO practitioners at any level; inspiration, ideas and practical ways to forge ahead in their career.

 

polarisoftResourcing with People and Robots

Stephen Brown, Head of Innovation, Polarisoft
When we look at project resource management we often see the question of “where do I best deploy my resources?” However, in the future we are going to start asking “should I deploy human resources to that activity or spend the effort on automation?”

In the future balancing resources will become more complicated, are you ready to for the challenge?

 

Changedirector_logoMaximising the Value of Change Investments

Andrew Hudson, Managing Director, ChangeDirector
There is no other purpose in doing a change programme than to deliver value and realize benefits. This is the true measure of a programme’s success.  In this session Andrew will describe the fundamentals of value delivery from the programme and beneficiary perspectives.  He will explain some of the key risks and challenges for organisations in realising benefits and provide practical advice on how to overcome them.

This session is relevant to leaders of change and transformation including PMOs, business change and benefits management.  Andrew recently authored the chapter on Managing Programme Benefits in the latest Gower Handbook on Programme Management.

 

For more sessions, see Project Challenge Keynote: The CEO Survey – the View from AboveIndividual and Organisational Challenges

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