Event organiser: APM Midlands Branch
Time: 6.15 for 6.30pm start – Refreshments provided
Venue: Holiday Inn Notts Derby, M1, Jct 25, Bostocks Lane, Sandiacre, Nottingham, NG10 5NJ
Presented by: Paul Naybour – Director of Parallel Project Training
Heathrow Terminal and Wembley are two high profile projects, which are both for different reasons perceived as less than successful by the public. With London 2012 just around the corner, what can the profession learn from these two very different case studies?
Critical questions raised by these projects are:
- How should we measure project success?
- What is a project?
- Are partnership approaches to project worth the effort?
- How should clients control projects?
- How can we manage public expectations?
- Are all project destined to failure?
This workshop is presented by Paul Naybour, Director of Parallel Project Training. Paul is an experienced project management practitioner and has particular expertise in change programme management, risk management, earned value management and project management training development / delivery. Paul has managed the delivery of multi-million pound training and development programmes for clients such as Network Rail, Transport for London, Halcrow, Scott Wilson and Carillion.