Delivering major initiatives across the organization is incredibly challenging. Successful business initiatives benefit from modern program management methods as well as organizational change management. Whether you have yet to begin the program or are currently challenged in delivery, this workshop is designed to review the full range of activities and strategies within your transformation initiative and recommend actions that can help you get on track for success.
Duration: 1 Day Workshop
Project purpose identification and review. What are the key business and technology strategies being executed? Are the benefits of the program widely known and to what extent are stakeholders aligned and actively engaged? What efforts have been made to align stakeholders and how are communications being delivered to maintain alignment?
Project delivery approach review. Fundamentally, what are the challenges the program faces in meeting business expectations and delivering to time and budget? What are the technical solutions and business processes being changed or introduced? How has the initiative been broken down into work streams for execution? What is the methodology and communications approach to deliver progress and mitigate risks? We can help you review any possible weaknesses with the technical and solution approach.
Project team and talent review. Review any skills gaps today and generate ideas on how to acquire and build skills. Discuss the strategy for when and how to contract in talent from the outside. Consider an approach to creating the right certifications, skills training and career path for employees.
What to expect following the workshop?
Project delivery design. Full project framework for project delivery including data, technology, process, talent, behavior and leadership. This includes ways to introduce: rigor and discipline, process simplification, agile methods for reducing the risks of complexity, dynamic decision-making methods, communications strategy, integrated tools and technology to drive the visibility of execution progress.
Future state roadmap. The roadmap is a draft plan that accounts for your team’s current capabilities and maturity, the priorities for change and the steps required to build and implement new capabilities.
Who should attend?
No more than 10 participants including Business Owner, Project Leader or Project Manager, Technology Leader, Key Resource/Talent Decision Makers, and Finance Lead. Diverse roles or tiers in the organization should be represented, including executive representation.