PM Footprints - Change Management in projects – why is it important?
Ms Manjula D   
Mr. S. Ramani

Managing Director,

GRT Consulting LLP

 
  
Date: 
25-Jun-2015

Time:
6.30 PM to 8.00 PM 

Venue: 
Royal Orchid Central Hotel, 
47/1, Manipal Center,
Dickenson Road, Bangalore 

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Profile of Speaker(s):
 

Ramani has over 25 years of experience in technology and management consulting industry, spanning key account management, project, program and portfolio management, management consulting (with PwC Consulting), strategy/ portfolio development for IT and Client relationship management.

 

He has over 20 years of project/ program management including consulting experience, having successfully led multiple large projects/programs for ERP implementations, Business-Systems integration and IT strategy development. These projects/programs were implemented in diverse sectors – including in discrete and process manufacturing, automotive, FMCG, retail and finance.

 

Ramani holds multiple PM credentials including PMP, PgMP , PfMP and PMI-RMP from PMI and PRINCE2/ MSP/MoP/P3O and MoR certifications from APMG/AXELOS.

Topic Description:
 

Many of the projects/ programs do not fail on account of technical reasons. Especially when the projects are transitioned to operations and the changes go live, there is a huge resistance from the impacted functional organisations (especially for the projects like system integration, process improvement, enterprise transformation etc).

 

The presentation discusses what needs to be done to make the enterprise-wide transformation projects / programs more successful by addressing the cultural and humanistic issues concerning change, with the illustrations taken from the speaker’s practical experience. 

 
Expected Take-away:
  
The audience take away’s include:  
 
How to tackle the elements of change – by putting together individual and team perspectives. How to implement an organisational transformation program change management? The presentation will focus on non-technical aspects of project/ program management to focus on individual/ team and organisational aspects which need to be addressed to realize the program and project objectives..