There are a number of project management events coming up in the next few weeks and I thought I would share with you just a few of them. First up “Control and Visibility around your Programmes and Projects”. This one is from project management tool organisation – Cora – and it’s being held on HMS Belfast in London on the 4th March.
The two-hour seminar will focus on case studies, presentations and engaging workshops relating to all things project management. Mark Woodward – Director and Principal Consultant from Millbeck Consulting shall lead the discussion as the key-note speaker. Mark will draw delegate’s attention to Benefits Realisation Management, both within PPM disciplines and in overarching business strategy, and also look at some of the key factors of effective project delivery. If you would like to attend this free event then please do follow the link to register:
Next up, London again for “Agile Never Fails, Agile Implementations Sometimes Do”, a morning session from ESI International. It’s on the 26th February at Simpsons in the Strand.
This workshop will cover what is considered to be the “must haves” of a successful agile implementation. They will share experiences discovered after many successes, plus the lessons learnt and common failure points from challenging implementations. They will also look at the factors you need to apply to increase the chances of delivering a successful project, including the elements that are to be expected as part of the journey and those that are often an illusion. All brought to life with real case studies, examples and insights. After attending the event, you will have better understanding of how agile works in real life, get a good grasp of the phases of an organisation wide agile deployment, and learn how to master the process.
The full agenda and how to book can be found online here.
Then we have a change of scenery – Birmingham this time for Project Challenge which opens its doors at the Motorcycle Museum. It starts on the 25th March for two days. It’s free to attend and has a whole host of free seminars throughout the two days. You just need to register beforehand on the website
So that’s’ three project management events that are coming up in the next few weeks. Who said networking and learning has to cost you money?!
See you there.