Intelligent Projects News
March 2015 Update
Time for Attack? Reinforcing and Optimising the Three Lines of Defence model
The Three Lines of Defence model ensures adherence to a framework, but can it assure successful project delivery? Peter Mayer investigates how we can eliminate “defence killers”, whilst going beyond the model to attack root-causes and achieve programme success... Read more
Audit Comes of Age at easyJet
easyJet’s internal audit team committed to assess complex technology and business change programmes. Pelicam supplemented audit teams, ensuring critical risks and root causes were identified and accepted, in order to keep the programmes on track for success... Read more
Three Lines of Defence KILLERS and LANDMINES
Following our last IPF in December, we have put together a page of "defence killers" that must be identified to ensure cohesive risk governance. We have also highlighted deadly, unearthed "landmines" to help you detect and defuse buried risks...
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Intelligent Projects Forum
The next IPF will be held on Wednesday 11th March in London and we will be discussing 'Beyond Agile'. We will be holding more IPFs on the following dates in London:
+ 10th June 2015 + 16th September 2015 + 9th December 2015
If you would like to attend an upcoming IPF or have any suggestions for future topics, please email firstname.lastname@example.org - spaces are filling up quickly! For more information, please see our IPF webpage or join our LinkedIn group.
Congratulations to Helen Morgan, Executive PA and Business Manager, who celebrated 10 years with Pelicam at our Christmas party back in December - continuing to do us proud as ever!
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