Leading Programmes and Projects - Shared Learning Seminar
Understand how to lead, not just manage, successful programmes and projects.
Llanrwst 17 September 2014, 9am - 1pm
Cardiff 25 September 2014, 9am - 1pm
The aim of this seminar was to share lessons learnt and good practice from strategic and practical public service programme and project management. The seminar focused in particular on leading people and achieving benefits. Walking away from this seminar delegates were able to understand how to lead successful programmes and projects, not just manage the process.
This seminar was for those involved in, overseeing or accountable for programmes or projects in public services.
The seminar consisted of two showcase plenary sessions:
Tony Whitehead - Major Projects Authority [PDF 767KB Opens in new window]
Major Projects Authority: Who they are and what they do
- Richard Wilson - Welsh Government [PDF 536KB Opens in new window)
It’s all about people…: project challenges and some personal reflections
And a choice of attending two of the following workshops:
James Scrimshire - AdaptAgility [PDF 2.4MB Opens in new window]
Servant Leadership and agile project and programme management
Louise Payne - Wrexham County Borough Council (PDF)
What makes a project work?
Tony Whitehead - Major Projects Authority
Behaviours that lead to off-track projects becoming disasters
Mike Blakeney / Stephen Edwards - Project Management Institute [PDF 1.1MB Opens in new window]
Projects fit for purpose: delivering more with less in the public sector
Kath McGrath - Cwm Taf Health Board [PDF 356KB Opens in new window]