LML's Competency Assessment and Development FrameWork for Transformational Leaders
What next after project management competency? Delivering the change that generates the benefits
Logical Model Ltd (LML) are a thought leader in "what next after projects?"
The purpose of a project is to create change. Most projects enable rather than deliver change. Change delivery requires leadership within operational areas and reaches into the supply chain and possibly as far as the customer base.
A Transformational leader drives the pursuit of benefits until the organisation has settled into a new 'just how we do it day to day' routine.
To be a TL (Transformational Leader) may require some project management skills but it definitely requires program leadership abilities.
Our assessment framework includes tools to assess individuals, their work assignments and the organisations needs. Assessments aligned to well know standards such as GAPPS and PMI.
Our development program builds a peer group who can reach across the hierarchy and the breadth of the organisations and its internal / external relationships
I've been involved in projects for 30 years and have taken many roles in project, programs and 'pmos'.
"Simon is a PMP (Project Management Professional) certified by the Project Management Institute and also holds ISACA’s CGEIT (The Information Systems Audit and Control Association’s Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT) qualification, the IPMA's (International Project Management Association's) IPMA-D qualification, PRINCE2 Agile® practitioner and is an ex-PRINCE2® examiner (when the qualification was essay rather than the current multiple-choice basis) and previously held registration as a Management of Risk practitioner.
Simon has worked in projects since the start of the 1980s; the last 25+ years as contractor or consultant. Client's projects have ranged from the small to the massive in sectors ranging from construction, defence, government, oil and gas, utilities, banking and not-for-profit.
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P.S. maybe you'd like to do our risk management masterclass companion to our Fast-Track risk course. (Both are included in our £5 bundle subscription.) I'm confident no-one else's project risk management has the content ours does. Others pretend risk is impact times probability of a single event single outcome chain. Niave in the extreme but common in text books.