Programme/Project Governance and Audit in Programme/Project Failure Prevention, Correction and Recovery

Date : 26 – 27 June 2014
Time : 9.00am – 5.30pm
Venue : Dorsett Grand Subang Hotel
Jalan SS12/1, Subang Jaya
47500, Malaysia

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As more and more organisations use project-based approaches to assist in the achievement of organisational goals and objectives, governance has become a topic of huge interest as leaders wrestle with their split roles in a challenging matrix structure.
Recent analysis of project failures point towards talent management shortcomings at all levels including executive and senior managers. There is no agreed governance framework which results in blame and excuses for poor performance, lack of clarity on roles and responsibilities and talent capability gaps in dealing with complex situations. This has seen an increased focus and demand for best practice governance as applied to a portfolio, programme and project (P3M) environment.
No organisation wants negative PR or financial losses via its project work so project audits in their various forms are an excellent investment to plan into any programme or project so that the probability of a successful outcome is enhanced.
Join us for this unique workshop and gain valuable insights and proven approaches to conducting audits, health checks, stage gate reviews and more in a modern P3M setting. The two days will offer thought-leadership and context setting plus ample opportunity to participate in group case study exercises, coaching sessions and open dialogue.

This workshop will be of benefit to executive leaders and senior managers who find themselves in dual roles that include Sponsor or Steering Committee involvement. EPMO/PMO leaders, Project Managers and Team Leaders will also gain considerable knowledge as will Internal Auditors and Portfolio Managers and others who have responsible to ensure the successful execution of programmes and projects.


This is a very topical workshop that positions attendees for leading change across their organizations and their supporting EPMO’s and PMO’s. The workshop includes thought-leadership and scene setting to provide strong context, group work on case study exercises, coaching sessions and one-on-one dialogue. Specific include aspects on:
•Understanding the P3M Framework
•Linking P3M Framework to Organizational Strategy, Value Management and Benefits Realisation
•Establishing Governance in the context of a P3M Framework
•Implementing Programme/Project Audit and Reviews Techniques
•Case studies: Programme/Project Failure Prevention, Correction and Recovery
•Lessons Learned and Best Practices
•Coaching Sessions and One-on-One Dialogue

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