Why Most Large Projects Fail
07.05.2021, Stephen Carver
The Leading Large Projects – PM 3 program focuses on leading large projects with a specific focus on stakeholders, complexities in projects, and change challenges.
During the program, we will be looking at different aspects that make leading large and complex projects so challenging. These include not only the size of the projects in itself but also the environment, stakeholders, and all people involved in the projects and the ones needed for the successful completion of a large project. Often large projects are also changing initiatives and this is covered as one part of the program. This program is aimed at project managers who have the responsibility for the successful completion of complex projects. The program provides you a unique opportunity to develop your skills with renowned international faculty, interactive exercises through the program days, and experienced co-participants.
Internationally renowned faculty
Learning based on multiple hands-on exercises and simulation
Unique program in Finland
The program provides you a holistic understanding of how to be successful as a project director in mega projects and gives an opportunity to experiment with learnings. Through the program, the project manager will be better prepared to meet the day-to-day challenges.
The program is aimed at experienced project managers and project directors who want to deepen their understanding of the complexities of leading large projects.
The program suits well for project managers whose responsibility has increased to cover managing stakeholders, change, and risks as well as leading a larger team.
The program covers themes around leading large projects and managing stakeholders as a key element. The program also looks at the complexities of projects from a structural, emergent, and social perspective. Finally, the topic of projects as change initiatives is covered.
Leading Large Projects is a 2-day program that consists of an interactive simulation exercise, thought-provoking lectures, and faculty group discussions to learn and share experiences with other participants.
Thought provoking lectures
World-class faculty sharing knowledge and experience
Action-oriented team work to practice project management and leadership
Opportunity for sharing and learning from other participants
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Understanding How to Deal With Project Complexities
Managing Stakeholders and Leading Projects for Change
Senior Lecturer, Cranfield University
Stephen Carver is internally renowned teacher and consultant in the field of project and program management.
Stephen Carver is a Senior Lecturer at Cranfield University, He started his career as an oil engineer and later at Virgin and then onto a global company as head of change and. He splits his time between academic lecturing and change consultancy.
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