BMT Hi-Q Sigma's Managing Consultant, Claire Purser speaking in Lisbon
Project Control & EVM Conference
Portugal 15 & 16 November 2011
BMT Hi-Q Sigma's Managing Consultant, Claire Purser is presenting at the Earned Value International Advisory Panel in Lisbon 15th - 16th November 2011. This year's panel debate centres around whether there should be an ISO standard for Earned Value Management as a Project Control Technique.
At the conference BMT Hi-Q Sigma are presenting on the project control measurement tool COMPASS, which developed as part of the Earned Value Management Specific Interest Group is a simple project control measurement technique that allows project managers to assess their current 'as is' state of their projects and where they want 'to be' showing the steps to measurable improvement. BMT Hi-Q Sigma used this tool in an 18 month change programme applied across portfolio team of over 60 projects and was central to shaping the improvement of the change programme. The practical application of the COMPASS is being presented at EVAIP.
For further details on this conference please click on http://www.projectcontrolsonline.com/eviap.aspx
Claire Purser, MAPM MBPsS (Managing Consultant, BMT Hi-Q Sigma)
Claire is an experienced and highly capable managing consultant in programme and project management with experience in the defence arena both nationally and internationally and other direct consulting engagements with the UK Security Services and Nuclear Sector. Claire's main capabilities are based on the ability to forge and build strong customer relationships to effectively implement project control, earned value management and risk management systems, into complex portfolios, programmes and projects. As a professionally qualified project management practitioner (MAPM), Claire takes professional development seriously, involved in professional organisations and has lead the re-write of some of the chapters in the UK's Association of Project Management's Body of Knowledge update and contributes to two of the APMs specific interest groups - 'People' and 'Planning'.