Performance Management: Driving greater efficiency and effectiveness from projects

Project teams are under greater pressure to become more effective and economical than ever before.  To address this demand, Gleeds has developed its Performance Improvement model, “LEAD”, to help our clients measure and drive continuous improvement on programmes and projects.

In this session Michael will provide an overview of the LEAD model and the toolkit he has used to improve: accountability and decision making, the allocation of resources, and early warnings for potential problems.  He will outline the importance of providing a focus on soft as well as hard targets to give a balanced view of delivery performance.