PMO Learning’s Eileen Roden is presenting at the British Computer Society’s PROMS-G (Project Management specialist group) event which is open to both members and non-members.
The evening session and networking event takes place on Wednesday 16th October at the new HQ for BCS at: Moorgate – 25 Copthall Avenue, London, EC2R 7BP. It takes place from 6.30pm to 9pm.
The session overview:
Benefits For All
The Project Sponsor is, quite rightly, seen as accountable for the delivery of benefits. However, effective Benefits Management comprises activities from project inception through to post project closeout and requires actions to be undertaken by a whole variety of roles. These include senior management, the sponsor, the project manager, the project team, the users and the PMO.
During this session we’ll provide an overview of the end to end Benefits Management process and the contribution of each of the players, with reference to theory and real-life case studies. Delegates will be given the opportunity to reflect on the gap between theory and their experience/ practice and explore the challenges of co-ordinating Benefits Management activities and potential strategies and tactics to overcome them.
If you’d like to come along, << register your interest >>
To find out more about our Benefits Management one day course – Understanding Benefits Management – we’re currently running an open public course (normally it’s an in-house course only) on the 2nd October.