Intelligent Projects News
Pelicam Assurance Approaches
To help determine which independent assurance approach best fits your needs, we have laid out our 7 main assurance options. Ranging from a Preliminary Review, to a Deep Dive, to a Portfolio Capacity Review, there is something for every project or programme here... Read more
Flexible Working - The Next Big Thing?
Peter has written an article on the benefits of working flexible - a style that we are increasingly embracing at Pelicam. Does your organisation work flexible or agile? Is this a working-style that more companies should adopt? We'd love to hear your thoughts... Read more
Beyond Agile: Managing Business Complexity
Our March Intelligent Projects Forum produced insightful discussion around agile. In this 2 page takeaway, we focus on a proactive approach in managing out business complications, learning from practical application, and then moving beyond this to exceed expectations... Read more
Delivering Regulatory Change
Following our Intelligent Projects Forum last month, we have written an article to address how we can assure quality in a regulated environment. Here, we discuss how to deliver regulatory change through your organisation's culture, testing and methods... Read more
Sponsoring Complex Programmes Workshop
As you know, excellent sponsorship is vital for programme success. We'd like to invite you to our 'Sponsoring Complex Programmes' workshop on the 13th October in central London. During this interactive session, you will learn how to see through the "programme noise" and identify the essential ingredients and critical actions for setting up a programme and sponsoring it to success. Please see our flyer for more information and email email@example.com to secure your place.
September Intelligent Projects Forum
The next IPF will be held on Wednesday 16th September in central London. The discussion is around 'UAT - losing the formality and getting the results', and will be led by Pelicam Managing Practitioners, Vince Rawle and Ross Catley, supported by Peter Mayer.
If you would like to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org - spaces are filling up fast! For more information, go to our IPF webpage or join our LinkedIn group.