Public sector organisations are constantly carrying out a wide range of projects but cannot do so without securing buy-in from key stakeholders.
And making sure these projects demonstrate Value for Money (VFM) has become an essential aspect for obtaining support in the current climate, where effectiveness matters the most. By embedding Return on Investment analysis techniques into your projects, demonstrate their success when reporting your results.
Attend this virtual Demonstrating Value and Return on Investment training course to understand benefits management; examine and apply different appraisal techniques; communicate value for money to senior stakeholders; refine your financial analysis; and have an overall positive impact on organizational performance.
Led by project management expert Steve Browne, this highly interactive course covers identifying the risks and the benefits of a fit-for-purpose approach to Return on Investment (ROI). Take back ROI analysis techniques to your organisation to appraise projects, improve their value, and achieve good results.
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Please note we will be using Zoom to deliver this training course.
Steve started as a computer programmer, working for a subsidiary of Nat West bank, before taking on a role in pre-sales consultancy and client training both in the UK and internationally.
He became involved in Project Management in the 1980’s while working for a services company. Two spells as a company director saw Steve develop a strong interest in formal methods. A return to full time project management included a series of increasingly complex projects and led to programme and portfolio management roles. He has worked with both on-shore and off-shore teams to deliver ...