Watch this one hour highly interactive and engaging complimentary webinar with award winning expert, Crainfield lecturer Stephen Carver to learn more about how to deal with complexity and bring your portfolio to success.

In the first part of the webinar Project Leaders are undertaking projects and programmes that are increasingly complex. Recent academic research at Cranfield University has identified the sources of complexity and has established frameworks and processes that can help Leaders manage with these new challenges. Join Cranfield’s lecturer Stephen Carver to learn about the following vital issues:

  1. The difference between Complicated and Complex
  2. The three types of Complexity
  3. Responses to Complexity
  4. Leadership styles required

In the second part of the webinar you will hear directly from Neil Derbyshire how to increase employee productivity, visibility and at the same time reducing costs and delays in getting projects finished on time. All through one seamless platform.

Stephen Carver
Prior to Cranfield University, Stephen worked on projects for the oil business before moving on to work at Virgin before working directly for a global CEO as head of Project & Programme Management Strategy. He has experience of Project and Programme Management in almost all business sectors from banks to oil and from construction to law firms. He has lectured and consulted globally and is highly experienced in presenting ideas in a way that bridges different cultural and organisational differences. He is an Honorary Fellow of The Institute of Risk Management and an Honorary Fellow of the Association of Project Management.

Neil Derbyshire
As a UK and Internationally experienced Business Development Professional and Manager Neil Derbyshire focussed on providing a consultative and solutions driven methodology for technology adoption. Skilled in the development of go to market strategies and strategic business planning for greenfield and brownfield operations, combined with the ability to grow new and existing C-level client relationships. Adept in the management of full sales lifecycles, including Financial negotiations and contract management, senior level technical presentations and negotiations. He is currently supporting Global Brands to drive efficiency and project productivity.

Amy Hatton
Editor
Project Manager Today

Amy Hatton is the Editor of Project Manager Today – the UK’s leading and only independent magazine for the project management sector. She has more than 15 years experience as a project manager, chief executive and non–executive director across the not-for-profit and commercial sectors.

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