Earned Value, a solid foundation for the Agile trampoline

Wednesday 4 December 2013

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

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

Roger Joby

A long-standing challenge in IT project management has been the lack of proper communication of the state of health of a development project by IT specialists to other stakeholders. Steve Wake will argue that use of Earned Value concepts provides management with the best available method to assure the accuracy of the project information being published for use up and down the organisation.

You are always vulnerable to uninformed challenge if you are not sure of your project status. Solid, accurate project data should be the foundation of all our management conversations. Otherwise your project could be a house built on sand.

The use of Earned Value has sometimes not been adopted because of a perception it is incompatible with agile project approaches, but Steve will show how is not the case.

About the Speaker:

Roger is an international project management consultant and educator in Project Management, with over 40 years experience in the pharmaceutical sector. Roger has worked for both Pharmaceutical companies in project management and outsourcing, and in CROs as head of clinical operations and in a number of senior positions in contracts and proposal departments. Roger has also taken an active role in project management research collaborating with Professor David Bryde Liverpool JM University as well as being an active member of the planning and project control special interest group of the Association for Project Management(APM).

Over the last decade Roger has worked with a number of sponsor and supplier companies including MedImmune, AstraZenica, Boehringer Ingelheim, NovoNordisk, Solvay, Misubushi, Ono Pharma, Quintiles, Harrisons, CroMedica, and Bio Products Laboratory.

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