About the One Day Workshop Managing the Innovation Factory
According to the “Project and Program Management Survey” of KPMG, organisations without a formal project management completed only 6% of their projects in a timely manner. Be aware that the Cost of Delay (COD) in a particular innovative environment is enormous. Organisations with a structured process completed at least 75% of their projects within the set timeframe.
The objective of a Project Management Office is to provide structure and transparency in a multi-project organisation. A properly organised Project Management Office can also coach projects on project management aspects which lead to greater effectiveness. In addition, a PMO ensures that learning outcomes from project evaluations are widely distributed in the project organisation.
Subjects of the One Day Workshop Managing the Innovation Factory
During the Managing the Innovation Factory Workshop the following subjects will be discussed:
- What is Innovation?
- The innovation process: technology and product development; new product introduction
- The different forms of a multi-project organisation in an innovative environment
- Project and program steering
- Processes in the matrix of innovation
- A roadmap for PMO implementation
Results of the One Day Workshop Managing the Innovation Factory
During the workshop you will learn:
- How the multi-project organisation in the innovative environment is organised effectively and efficiently
- How a PMO can play a substantial role in it
- A roadmap for a multistage PMO implementation is given during the workshop.
The One Day Workshop Managing the Innovation Factory is an intensive workshop designed for R&D and engineering managers who want to lead their multi-project organisation optimally, for managers of (starting) PMO’s and process oriented PMO employees.
1 Day, from 9am to 5 pm
Locations, dates & schedule
Location: Eindhoven – High Tech Campus 29,
The investment is € 795, – per participant (ex. VAT). Included is the one-day workshop, extensive class material, lunch, coffee, tea and refreshment drinks.
Bert van Appeven
Expert in Product Innovation Management with international experience in R&D, Strategic Business Unit and numerous New Product Introductions in national sales operations, both in consumer and business to business markets. Passionate about Lean Product Development: bringing Flow into Product Development by applying “heartbeat” and “pull”.
Certificate / diploma
Participants who have followed the training receive a certificate of participation.
Method of teaching
The training is offered as an in-class course, but any other form is open for negotiation. We are able to offer offline, online and hybrid courses.
A maximum of 15 participants