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PMI UK Webinar

Commissioning for Impact: Think PRUB!

1st May 2018 at 12pm


Phil Driver webinar

Main Speaker: Dr Phil Driver

Organisations continue to struggle with their strategies and to achieve value from programmes. Even when they have a strategy development process, plans and projects rarely have the impact that was promised.

The strategy development and validation model developed by Phil Driver addresses the struggle of organisations to realise their strategy, replacing endless projects that don’t quite seem to deliver what the end user needs with an easy-to-understand, implementable methodology that can be validated with evidence.

In his book “Validating Strategies” Phil shows how managers can define, test and communicate strategies clearly. The model at the heart of this book - Organisations run Projects that produce Results and enable people to Use them to create Benefits (PRUB) - provides an intuitive approach that links strategic planning and validation to project and programme management to create, validate, and implement strategies and then demonstrate impact.

In his new book “OpenStrategies Commissioning. From Woe to Flow”, Phil shows how to apply PRUB-Thinking to the project commissioning and procurement activities so that the benefits promised in the business case are traceable through the project definition process, commissioning, contract and delivery. Delegates will learn about how to validate their strategies and demonstrate to stakeholders, taxpayers and shareholders that they are delivering value.


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