Evening Event. Glasgow

Reinventing Communication for Successful Projects

25th November 2014. 5pm to 8pm

Barclays Wealth; Aurora Building, 120 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 7JT

Speaker: Mark Phillips

Mark Phillips is the author of Reinventing Communication, from Gower Publishing, a book about project management, system design and complexity. Mark is an accomplished CEO and thought leader with a passion for Communication. For over 17 years he has built a project management software company and consultancy, serving clients including multinational automotives, web start-ups, global telecoms and financial service providers. He led product development on a cutting-edge U.S. Army Research Lab project. His ideas are in use within the Department of Defense for improving program outcomes.

His work has appeared in publications including C|Net, eWeek, the Small Wars Journal, Project Manager Today, PM World Journal and the Measurable News. He delivers keynotes, seminars and workshops worldwide. He is a board member of the College of Performance Management. Mark holds a Masters in Applied Economics from University of Michigan and B.Sc. [Econ] from the London School of Economics. He is a certified Project Management Professional. Mark can be contacted through the ReinventingCommunication website, as well as through LinkedIn and Twitter.

Communication impacts everything from schedule and cost, to scope, risk management and project survival.

This high energy training workshop introduces a ground-breaking approach to thinking about communication for projects. Successful project delivery is critical. High performing projects, successfully delivered, power efficient day-to-day operations and drive long term, strategic growth. High performing project environments deliver needed solutions that drive competitive advantage. However, even the most mature enterprise can fail to execute high performing projects, impacting operations, strategy and long-term success, particularly in competitive environments. This presentation is focused on the underlying principals at work within high performing projects and a revolutionary new way to understand and utilize the power of communication to ensure long-term success and the delivery of competitive advantage.

Professional Development Learning Goals

1. Enhance awareness of the importance of communication in project performance.

2. Improve communication among workshop participants.

3. Provide participants with new techniques for more effective communication with team members, IPT members, stakeholders and other relevant personnel.

4. Case study analysis from U.S. Defense projects, UK civil works and global projects where effective communication across all stakeholders led to successful delivery.

5. Introductory training in a new, robust method for using communication to improve project outcomes.

6. Brainstorm direct solutions for specific communication challenges from the workshop participants.

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