Project: Project Management Leadership Program
Client: Major WA Oil & Gas Producer (Confidential)
Project Duration: 2009-2011
Project Size: Target 1000 Attendees
In 2009, LogiKal Projects was commissioned to develop and deliver a Project Management Leadership program based on company processes, PMBok and the Australian Qualifications & Training Framework
After a number of previously unsuccessful attempts to create a Project Management program, LogiKal Projects was engaged to develop a conceptual Project Management Training program that could be delivered company wide.
The program was to be built up from LogiKal Projects’ existing program which meets the standards of PMI’s PMBoK, AIPM and the Australian Qualification and Training Framework (AQTF). However, with a key objective being to change and align behaviours and process in the organisation, it was critical that the program looked, felt and sounded like an internal program.
LogiKal Projects ran a series of engagement workshops with senior management to ensure buy in for the main concept and support of the executive. We then worked closely with internal nominated Subject Matter Experts to develop content, and case studies for each of the 9 modules.
Once the program had been delivered in pilot form and signed off, a launch event was held to show case the program to the business and to demonstrate the Executive team’s commitment to the program.
The regular delivery program commenced with LogiKal facilitating the workshop style delivery, supported by short presentations from Subject Matter Experts.
From the initial pilot, the course has received excellent feedback from all attendees and regular feedback has helped refine and improve the program over the first few months.
Phase I – Concept
Present concept for program, structure, learning outcomes and delivery method
Phase II – Development
Facilitate workshops and working groups to develop content and maintain ownership and support from key departments
Phase III – Delivery
Run pilot classes and then regular scheduled delivery of programs to tie in with business needs and availability/demand constraints.