30 March 2023
13:30 - 15:30
2 hours
MS Teams
Online video conferencing

This Workshop is aimed to help people who are managing complex projects or programmes with multiple workstreams and projects either within an organisation or across a system and who have knowledge and experience of project and/or programme management.

The workshop builds from the key concepts of project management introduced at foundation level and introduces different concepts and approaches for leading projects of increasing scale, scope and complexity. 
Throughout we will consider major pitfalls and help people think about critical success factors and the importance engaging and involving people in the process of change and learning. 

We will cover:
• the key concepts of project management and help people think about the approaches for managing different projects and programmes of work 
• systems thinking and complexity science and how these concepts can provide helpful insights into managing complex projects and programmes of transformational change 
• the role, skills and competencies of the project/programme lead
• managing risk, reporting, oversight and governance 

This session is designed for anyone who has experience as a project or programme manager who wants to gain insights into how to approach managing complex projects and programmes of transformational change 

Lead facilitator

Mark Leyshon  

An experienced commercial practitioner, Mark initially started his career in the Automotive industry within Supply Chain Management, and was actively involved in his organisations world class continuous improvement programme. He then moved on to a variety of senior, and executive commercial posts in the rail, energy and travel industries, where his experience includes acquisitions and a management buy out. At the turn of the Millennium Mark started his own Consultancy Company providing PFI support before broadening into a wide variety of improvement and change management assignments.

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