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Delivering strategic programmes - CITI
Delivering strategic programmes is an essential part of delivering complex strategic change. They differ fundamentally from projects in their construction, planning and delivery – they are not simply big projects.
Delivering strategic programmes
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Delivering strategic programmes

Overview

Delivering strategic programmes is an essential part of delivering complex strategic change. They differ fundamentally from projects in their construction, planning and delivery – they are not simply big projects.

Programme management is a vital discipline for organisations wishing to ensure that value is delivered from significant investments in change.

Following the interactive challenges you will generate and share meaningful plans to put the workshop experience into workplace practice.

This highly interactive two-module workshop uses six challenges to ensure you gain a full appreciation of a successful programme management approach.

Recognised as thought leaders in this field, CITI has developed and applied leading edge best practice to the construction and delivery of strategic programmes.

Objectives

During the first two day module, the essentials of programme management are discussed. Over a four week gap you will apply your learning in a work based assignment which will be discussed as part of the second two day session.

Following the interactive challenges you will generate and share meaningful plans to put the workshop experience into workplace practice.

Content

  • Getting the structure of a programme right
  • Translating a vision to physical everyday actions
  • Creating paths of lowered resistance
  • The journey from targets to commitment
  • Balancing the demands of design, delivery and change
  • On-boarding change teams.