Webinar: Going from Good to Better to Best Project Management/PMO Practice

samuel-zeller-rk_Zz3b7G2Y-unsplashWebinar: Thursday 3rd October, 12.30-13.30 BST

Best Practice: Commercial or professional procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective.

 In today’s commercial arena, achieving best practice is a laudable ambition. But it’s the continuous improvement journey, not the end strategic destination, that has the real power to drive visible accountable success.

Organisations routinely waste 12% of their project investment spend due to poor performance – a figure that has remained stubbornly consistent over the past five years. Meanwhile, Geneca’s research reveals a significant gap between strategy and deliverables: 45% of PMO and project leaders state that the wider business objectives are unclear to them. Even more worrying: only 23% of respondents feel that senior stakeholders and project teams agree on what defines a successfully completed project . What’s more, 80% of project professionals estimate that they spend half (yes, half) of their time on rework – suggesting a lack of clear initial objectives resulting in misinformed workstreams. Attend our webinar, led by Rupert Taylor of Kivue, to discover and learn more on this important subject …

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Watch Rupert Taylor’s teaser video to get a sense of what we will cover during the webinar

About the presenter

Rupert Taylor

Rupert TaylorRupert Taylor has over 25 years experience of delivering change portfolios across a range of complex business environments of all shapes and sizes including the rollout of 4 separate competitive telco businesses across Europe, launching cruise ships and delivering change across government organisations.

Rupert has co-founded two businesses; a change delivery consultancy www.pro4solutions.com which specialises in leadership and behaviours to successfully deliver change and a software business www.kivue.co.uk which has developed an executive ready portfolio and project performance portal, visualising and simplifying executive level engagement around change portfolios.

Rupert himself specialises in executive level stakeholder engagement, generating effective sponsorship and programme/ portfolio communications. He works with senior executives to help them understand their role and become more effective as a Sponsor or Key Stakeholder and he has a deep understanding of the complexities of getting senior executives engaged across complex change environments. He has worked with companies that include: Sky, Vodafone, O2, British Gas, Carnival, Southampton University, Marie Curie and the government of Jersey.

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