From our partners in Brisbane, CC Learning this high octane vodcast (see below) outlines the key concepts in the PRINCE2® change theme. The video is presented by their managing director, Scott Spence [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddnbjCJGz3w] Why not take a look at our taster version of the PRINCE2 Foundation course? PRINCE2® is a [registered] trade mark of AXELOS Limited, used […]
If you want a free knowledge nugget to find out about Risk Management, then this interview is for you. In this interview Rod Sowden (the Aspire Europe MD) not only explains the MSP® perspective on risk, but also explores the key area of risk aggregation which is key in a programme environment. Without effective risk […]
P3M3® (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management Maturity Model) is a credible and proven tool to help us understand our maturity in managing change initiatives, to allow us to better understand what specific improvements in maturity might deliver to us in terms of benefits and strategic advantage, and to allow us to plan our journey to […]
Establishing control gates to support effective project and programme management is the hurdle that many organisations seeking P3M3® level 3 status struggle to overcome. We have set out the problems that we have seen organisations face and advice on how to go about implementation, click here for the article Here are five good reasons why you […]
Congratulations to Rovsing Management for 100% pass rate on their MoP® Foundation exams. Well done to our trainer Alan Summerfield who delivered this course and helped all delegates pass their exams. MoP® is a registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited.
Risk management is one of those strange things that we know we should do it, but when we do, it doesn’t seem that interesting. We have conducted numerous gateway reviews, health checks and maturity assessments and invariably organizations seem to be just going through the motions, we have termed the phrase “risk watching” rather than […]
Integrated Assurance is a very popular topic at the moment; however, most organisations have a fragmented approach to how it is achieved. To have an integrated approach requires multiple layers in the organisation to function coherently. This article explains how to achieve this integration. The three tier approach clarifies how the models (and terms) fit […]