Project Management Case Studies 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.

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How to cut cost management of capital programmes by 10%

Graham Walker, BT Lancashire Services Project Director
Lancashire Co Council struggled with control of their project portfolio. They wanted better budget efficiencies. They needed to reduce manual handoffs. Information was spread over 100+ systems and hundreds of spreadsheets. In order to improve visibility and control of their projects, BT and Cora Systems implemented a software solution and change transformation programme that has brought greater flexibility and enhanced reporting for their users, and, crucially, reduced cost management of their capital programmes.

This presentation will provide some fascinating insights on how their objectives were achieved.

Establish a value-adding PMO in the NHS

Catherine Onanda, Head of PMO, NHS East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group

In this session, Catherine Onanda, explains how they selected their PMO tool, PM3, and established a PMO ‘value centre’ in East Surrey CCG.

The NHS has to deliver a number of projects and change programmes. Project based tools and Excel were not up to the job of controlling and managing multiple projects and programmes. We decided to create a PMO that used the right tools and processes to track our project and programme outcomes, especially cost savings and benefits.

Key to our PMO’s success was wining the hearts and minds of our project and programme managers. In this session, Catherine explains how East Surrey won the hearts and minds and built a value-adding PMO.

The challenge of managing the UKs radioactive waste for the long term. A discussion using case studies from the nuclear industry.

Ann McCall, Waste Management Director, Radioactive Waste Management Ltd
Ann is the Waste Management Director for Radioactive Waste Management Ltd and leads a major programme to provide solutions for the long term management of the UKs radioactive waste. This session will describe the arrangements for how the UK deals with retrieving and packaging the UKs legacy of radioactive waste to ensure that it is safe for the long term.

This session will discuss a number of case studies showing how this is put into practice.

PCExpo16_HRFor more sessions, see Project Challenge Keynote: The CEO Survey – the View from AboveIndividual and Organisational Challenges

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