PMI UK Chapter

PMI UK Webinar: Strategic Design and Project Delivery - Bridging the Gap. 8th June 2020

PMI UK Webinar: Strategic Design and Project Delivery - Bridging the Gap. 8th June 2020

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PMI UK Webinar

Strategic Design and Project Delivery - Bridging the Gap

8th June 2020 at 12 pm

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Organisations don't conduct projects just for the "fun" of it. Each project is selected to contribute to the achievement of Strategic Objectives of the organization. If somehow the project gets disconnected from the strategy the result may well be wasted resources with no Return on Investment (ROI).

Don't let your project fall into this trap. Stay connected. If your project doesn't support the Strategy, "why are you doing it"?

In this webinar Lee Lambert will explain:

  1. What is strategy?
  2. Whose responsibility is it?
  3. What can you do to see where a project fits?
  4. How can you take an active role in executing strategy?
  5. What kind of information is needed?
  6. Determining the impact of strategy disconnect

Project Management topics:

  • Project Prioritization
  • Project Manager’s Role
  • Planning Integration
  • Assessing Strategic Contribution
  • Tracking Project Status Impacts on Strategy
  • Identifying Alternatives
  • Knowing when to Pull the Plug

Event Properties

Event Date 08-06-2020 12:00 pm
Event End Date 08-06-2020 1:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Strategic PDUs 1

Speakers

Lee Lambert

Lee has been active in the project management profession for over 50 years. He has held senior level management positions with major U.S. corporations, including General Electric and Battelle Memorial Institute. In addition to his corporate contributions Lee was one of the Founders of the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential in 1984. He has created the “stealth learning concept” to make it easy for existing PMPs and PMP wannabees to expand their level of knowledge and increase their contributions to their careers and to the profession. Lee has provided learning experiences to over 50,000 students in 23 countries. He has taken the saying, “Been there, done that, got the T-Shirt” to new levels.