Free Doha seminar to present best practices in achieving value in project management and business analysis

The aim is not to overwhelm an organisation but set the stage for actionable results, says Raed S. Haddad, Senior Vice President of Global Delivery Services at ESI International.

Investing in project and programme managers and business analysts is a sure way to be prepared for economic and industry changes, says a leading industry expert.

“There are many components to an organisation’s human capital strategy but there are common components that cut across any model – recruiting, learning and development, talent and leadership management, performance management to name a few,” said Raed S. Haddad, Senior Vice President of Global Delivery Services at ESI International.

Haddad, an internationally known project management expert and public speaker, will be delivering a free breakfast seminar on Tuesday 16 March 2010 at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Doha, Qatar, on leveraging investment in human capital.

Based on ESI’s work with best in class organisations, Haddad will share best practices in each area of human capital strategy and will focus on learning initiatives. Using results from ESI’s recent surveys and feedback from global public and private clients Haddad will present pragmatic approaches. Strategic and tactical best practices and recommendations will be outlined.

“The aim is not to overwhelm an organisation but provide various data points that, when combined, can set the stage for actionable results that show the value of investment in project and programme management or business analysis improvement initiatives,” Haddad said.

“The questions we will address include: What are the key best practices during the design phase? What are best in class approaches to what happens before the learning, during and after? How do you ensure adoption of best practices? And what are the various approaches to measure the business impact in a pragmatic and continuous way?”

Over the past 20 years Haddad has had extensive first hand project management experience on numerous programmes worldwide. As a professorial lecturer at The George Washington University, he currently teaches graduate level courses in project and programme management; cost, schedule and quality control and decision-making techniques.

Breakfast seminars are part of a series of educational courses run by ESI International that have been created for project managers and people involved in project work who seek a foundation in project management methodology and best practices. ESI covers a whole range of project management issues, such as planning and scope, risk management, scheduling, leadership and more.

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Nathalie Visele
Shamal Marketing Communications

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