Are we generating real success - or simply, just “delivering”?

Tuesday 16 February 2016

6.00pm - 9.00pm

Free to attend for both BCS Members and non-members

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

Robert Buttrick


This talk investigates why being good at project management isn’t enough to generate organisational success. It covers the concept of business driven project management, why it is so powerful and how it relates to what are commonly called “IT projects”: how do the stages and gates of the lifecycles relate? What differences are there in the respective processes? Who is accountable for what? How do we deal with specialist IT methods, such as agile ones? What barriers are there we need to be aware of if our success rate is to improve?


6.00pm - 6.30 pm

Registration and Networking

6.30pm -  8.00 pm


8.00 pm - 9.00 pm

Refreshments and networking

About the speaker:

Robert Buttrick

Robert ButtrickRobert is an international authority on business-led, strategic programme and project management with a successful track record for building strategic project management centres of excellence, in a wide variety of blue-chip companies.

He has been a Principal Consultant with PA Consulting, a Programme Manager with Cable and Wireless, and a Project Director with BT Global Services and the BT PPM Methods Director.

He is a published author (The Project Workout) and an active contributor to project management methods, best practice, professional journals and conferences. Robert received a Distinguished Service Certificate from BSI for services to national and international project management standards; he is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, is a Chartered Engineer and an Honorary Fellow of the Association for Project Management. He currently works as a consultant and is a Visiting Teaching Fellow at the University of Warwick.

Networking drinks only at this event