Best Practice Showcase is a Must

Posted by Kevin Brady on Sat 27th June 2009 at 11:04 AM, Filed in Industry News

Last week I attended the Best Practice Showcase a real must to attend. The event focuses on project & programme management networking (meet who’s who in the project and programme management world), presentations running through changes /improvements in project and programme management best practices and the opportunity to participate in over 100 different workshops covering cutting edge and controversial topics in project and programme management. If your interested in furthering your project, programme and PMO management capability then this is the even for you.

Don’t miss this in 2010 !

I spent a whole day at the event last week and sat in on case study presentations covering subjects as diverse as Agile /Scrum, SRO’s Attitudes and a very very interesting presentation by Pearcemayfield concerning the important matter of how PRINCE2 and MSP can be reconciled as a unified project and programme management framework.
More on these in coming posts.

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Looking forward to hearing about the PRINCE2 and MSP debate. Something I have been struggling to do myself for some time.

Posted by LRoberts  on Wed 1st July 2009 at 10:18 AM | #

My next post will discuss the connection /link-up at the highest level. I think links at the process level are more problematic especially as PRINCE 2 is a methodology and MSP is configurable framework. Difficult to make the screws and holes lineup in my view.

Posted by Kevin Brady  on Mon 6th July 2009 at 03:00 PM | #


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