The session will look at how consultants, strategic leaders, change agents and project professionals can enable better transformation, including how the principles derived from Responsible Project Management (RPM) can help to make a positive difference. The session aims to be thought provoking and interactive, looking to draw out the perspectives and experiences of participants.
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Facilitator: Dr. Brendan D’Cruz
Brendan describes himself as a ‘pracudemic’ and has been involved with the Transformation Leaders Hub for some time, actively participating in networking sessions and 1% Club discussions. He’s currently Veterans Project Manager at a large housing association, Riverside, focusing on the No Homeless Veterans Roadmap research project and business development/improvement activities.
His varied career to date has included consultancy roles for the Association for Project Management (APM) to help establish competence-based qualifications and designations, P3M capability/toolset development work for Social Care Wales, and delivery of business transformation programmes at Newport City Homes. He previously held senior academic management roles at universities in South Wales, East London and Northampton.