Iain Fraser

Iain Fraser

Jacobite Consulting Ltd

Changing Culture, Changing Direction, Boosting Value: 3 themes and 5 steps to go forward

Using his vast experience and some extracts from his recently published book, Iain will deliver a provocative and engaging discussion using the conference theme to the maximum. The presentation will share and explore five steps for transforming towards an organization that is adaptive, flexible and future ready. This in a manner that sustains an increased value contribution to overall performance.

The presentation of the five steps will be blended with core themes around a value management framework, and organizational change management. Case study examples will illuminate in-depth discussions explaining the value management framework, implementation and delivery techniques, key roles and professional development, and change management. Also included is an overview of organizational maturity models to evaluate human performance as well as tools and techniques to implement, execute, and measure their benefits and value contribution. The huge opportunities for supporting functions should become obvious as the discussion unfolds and the dialogue deepens.

About Iain:

Iain is globally recognized as an expert in modern portfolio, program, and project management practices. He has worked around the world in the banking/finance, defence, engineering, government, oil & gas, power, and telecommunications sectors.

Recently retired as Founder and CEO of Project Plus Ltd he is now a published author, business consultant and international speaker. In 2006, he was Chairman of the PMI Board of Directors overseeing a period of globalization and significant growth.

Iain’s specialties include: organizational governance; portfolio and program governance; portfolio, program & project management consultancy; EPMO/PMOs; change management, value management and benefits realization management.

He is author of the business book ‘The Business of Portfolio Management – Boosting Organisational Value’