Mastering Project Change

When: 18th Apr 2018, 18:00 - 18th Apr 2018, 21:00
Where: BCS London, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA
Town/City: London
Organiser: BCS Project Management (PROMS-G) Specialist Group
Price: Free
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  • 6.00pm - Registration with tea, coffee, fresh fruit juices & biscuits
  • 6.30pm - Presentation followed by Q&A
    Followed by a networking opportunity with wines and soft drinks
  • 9.00pm - Close by 9.00pm


Change management is a subject that is very misunderstood within the controls community. Most projects pay lip service to change but don’t fully understand how to implement a viable change process. Change is often scapegoated for project failure by saying "The scale of change overwhelmed us, and we couldn’t keep up."

All projects will have change, and change must be understood within the wider complex relationships of Cost, Scope, Risk, and Dependences.

Change management is, therefore, a transverse activity that must be controlled and coordinated across various project functions, hopefully adhering to a single vision and a single point of truth.

Join me for what I hope will be a lively discussion!

About the Speaker:

Patrick Kennerson
Patrick is a Project Controls Manager with a project management and business analyst background. He has delivered consultancy services internationally for a variety of dynamic clients, in sometimes extreme geographical locations. He has a track record of delivering integrated project controls in large, complex projects in various sectors: airport services, construction, telecommunications, aerospace, rail and nuclear energy.  Patrick is a subject matter expert in project controls, change management, stakeholder management, management reporting and process mapping.