Creating Value in Projects: making Agile work for you

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University of Hertfordshire Business School

de Havilland campus

Mosquito Way

Hatfield

AL10 9EU

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A half-day workshop to explore how social “agile” practices are beneficial in managing projects.

With the remarkable growth of a project-based approach within organisations in the UK, recent research has revealed that there is an increasing demand for developing good project management skills.

As part of the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Social Science, an annual national event showcasing the leading social science research in the UK, Business Academy is hosting this free interactive workshop to explore how social “agile” practices are beneficial in managing projects. If you are a project manager or leader, or have an interest in finding out about the latest techniques in project management, this could be for you.

Through interactive approaches, participants will learn agile practices which can be applied in existing project teams. The workshop will provide project management specialists with a better understanding of how agile approaches could add real value in managing complex projects. There will also be insights into current research being carried out in this area.

The Festival of Social Science,is a celebration of the social sciences which offers a fascinating insight into some of the country's leading research and how it influences our social, economic and political lives - both now and in the future.


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Free parking is available for attendees - pre-registration of vehicle details is required

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Contact us on Tel: 01707 289399 or email: business-academy@herts.ac.uk

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University of Hertfordshire Business School

de Havilland campus

Mosquito Way

Hatfield

AL10 9EU

United Kingdom

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