Strategy and change - Implementing an effective business strategy

Thursday 7 July 2011


Park Plaza Hotel, Boar Lane, City Square, Leeds LS1 5NS


Dr Thomas Docker is an expert in change management and the development of change manager capability. He has worked in or managed civil engineering, engineering, IT and business projects. He has been in change management for thirty years, specialising in the change vehicles or portfolio, project and programme management. As a founding partner of CITI, Thomas has helped many blue chip and government organisations improve their change management capability through successfully run projects and programmes. He has served on the Association for Project Management's Executive Board and BCS's Management Forum Strategy Panel.

Nigel Stott has 16 years' experience working across a number of industry sectors within a technology role including time at the NHS and BT. During his time at the NHS, Nigel was involved in a major project to swap out systems across the north of England in readiness for Y2K. Nigel is currently Director of IT at Clarion, an innovative Leeds based law firm. He has responsibility for implementing strategic change at operational level and has 10 years' experience of practical change management techniques. Nigel is a Prince 2 project manager and holds ISEB Business Analysis and ITIL qualifications.


This free of charge event is an opportunity for you to join fellow IT leaders to discuss and debate ways to develop and implement business strategy designed to improve operating models and keep up with the constantly evolving needs of your organisation.

The event will cover the linking of business strategy through portfolios and projects to deliver outcomes that are aligned to your organisation's objectives. This will include techniques which contributed to Eurostar (2008) and Remploy (2009) winning the Association for Project Management Programme of the Year Award.

We will also deal with change theory and the practical steps that can be taken to implement a successful change process, using the response of the legal sector of the Legal Services Act as a case study.

Further information about the event (PDF)