Project Sponsorship

Date:
Wednesday 21 January 2015

Time:
6.00pm - 8.30pm (refreshments available 30 minutes before)

Venue:
BCS London, Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Speaker:
Ron Rosenhead

The amount of evidence is damning. Report after report points it out. But we still have the same problem - a lack of project sponsor support for projects.

In this workshop, Ron Rosenhead will explore what the project sponsor should be doing; including using some current research. In addition, he will share some stories from project managers who have had (mainly) poor experiences, hopefully getting you to share your stories as well. He will also look at some of the possible ways that can be used to try and obtain buy in of project sponsors, seeing how this can be adapted in your own company and in your own situation.

Some of you reading this may not be project sponsors however you may be in the future. Why not bring along a project sponsor so that we can hear their views? If project sponsorship is not taken seriously by companies (and sponsors) projects will continue to be delivered in the same way. As the research points out, change by companies and senior managers is needed and rapidly!

About the speaker:

Ron Rosenhead is an international consultant with over 20 years of project management experience behind him. He is an author having co-written Strategies for Project Sponsorship (published by Management Concepts in May 2013). He is a well-known blogger and Tweeter on project management topics including project sponsorship.

He has personally trained over 10,000 people and his highly practical approach makes him a sought trainer and consultant. He has worked up to and including Board level as well as having spoken at conferences, internal meetings and facilitated project management events.

Event report

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