This interesting one-day seminar introduces the human, cultural and procedural aspects of
managing a programme of change. It explains the relationship between change management, programme management and project management and clarifies the distinction
between a programme and a project. The seminar represents the leading edge thinking on
this important evolving profession.
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Who will benefit?
The seminar has a broad appeal. Amongst those who will benefit are:
♦ Directors responsible for achieving major business change where the cultural and
human implications require special consideration
♦ Senior business managers needing to establish an enduring management
structure for the direction and control of business change
♦ Managers interested in developing a programme management framework for
♦ Programme directors needing a high-level understanding of the key factors associated
with directing and controlling a programme
♦ Programme managers who wish to establish a structured framework of roles
and processes which link to a portfolio of projects
♦ Senior managers responsible for implementation of an annual portfolio of
projects and who are looking for a framework to guide them.
♦ Programmes and their position within business
♦ The components of programme management
♦ Programme definition and set-up
♦ Programme delivery structure
♦ Programme roles and responsibilities
♦ Supporting programme processes
♦ Projects in a programme environment.
The course is delivered in an entertaining and highly interactive manner with many real life
examples used to illustrate the subject. There is a high degree of delegate participation.
There are no prerequisites for attending the seminar.