Transitioning successfully from a Project to Programme Leader Workshop

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Good programme management is critical to business success. This one day workshop is for people who are transitioning from project to programme management, and how they personally and their organisations will have to change to deliver programmes well. It focusses on the key personal skills required, goes way beyond the technical skills outlined by formal project management qualifications and helps participants take practical steps toward building up their professionalism and delivering successful outcomes for their organisations.
By the end of the programme participants will understand:
• the key differences between programme and project management, how this can change depending on context and the implications for them as individuals, the team and organisation
• the implications to the individual of transitioning to the role of a programme manager including the change in core skills and focus and have an opportunity to identify personal areas for development
• the value and limitations of formal methodologies such as Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) and associated technical skills
• how properly devised, implemented and managed portfolios, programmes and projects can significantly improve the deliver the organisation’s strategy
• the change in focus from outputs > benefits > value and the implications for the management of programmes
• the challenges of implementing programme management and the cultural and political changes necessary to make it successful

The Masterclass is highly interactive and participative, drawing on the knowledge of those attending to contribute from their own experiences. Participants will be encouraged to raise and discuss their own situations to allow others to contribute and thereby gain from their experience.

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Price: 3500
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Typically 1 day for an in-house audience