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Sponsors are critical to the successful delivery of projects (and programmes). Most of them have reached their positions of status and power within organisations by developing and demonstrating very good management abilities. However, these are invariably at odds with the skills they need to lead change initiatives. Too often they perceive their role to be that of the project managers 'overseer'. This is potentially disastrous!

Peter explores the true nature of the role of sponsor and highlights the need for them not only to understand what they should be doing but also how they need to go about it. They are the lead partner in what should be (needs to be) a beautiful relationship that sadly is not seen often enough.

Come and visit us at stand 56 - or register early to see Peter's seminar titled You're not the project manager's supervisor! on the 22nd March at 1:45pm.

You can register for the next Project Challenge event by going to http://www.projchallenge.com/register/

Richard Bateman

Richard Bateman

My role is to bring about conversations between clients and our consultants.
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"The classic training model, taking individuals out of the business to sit in a classroom for a week at a time, was not going to work for us. But at the same time, we knew we needed to raise our game in managing change. I have to say, your people are brilliant!"

Head of business change, Legal & General