1st February 2007 19:00 for 19:30 - Joint event with Bedfordshire Branch

Over 50 Killer Ideas for Delivering Successful Projects - Presented by Richard Morreale

Richard has been called the Red Adair of the Project Management world. Red Adair was the larger-than-life oilfield fire fighter that people called when they had a major oilfield fire. Richard is a larger-than-life Project Manager that companies call when they have large, complex change projects to establish and implement or when they have major problems with their existing projects.

Richard has been involved with and managed some of the most visible programmes of work in the last 4 decades. These Programmes include the Apollo Space Programme, the computerisation of the British Income Tax System, the Y2K Programme for Natwest Bank Retail Systems and the 3G Programme for Vodafone. In addition, he managed the rescue and delivery of two extremely late programmes of work for the Home Office.

Richard has spoken at a number of BCS Branch events including the BCS Essex and Cambridge Branches , the inaugural meeting of the Southampton Branch, the BCS Project Management Specialist Group, The BCS Configuration Management Specialist Group, etc. His message was well received at all of these events.

He has said thathe is on a mission to share what he has learned about running successful projects with as many BCS Branches and specialist groups as possible.

Richard is a highly entertaining, energetic and passionate speaker. Judging from his feedback so far, you will enjoy listening to him and, one thing is for sure, he will enjoy presenting it. His Project Management philosophy is described in his recently released book and CD Programme, Over 50 Killer Ideas for Delivering Successful Projects.

See his profile and some testimonials.

Venue: Cranfield University - Location: Lord King's Norton Room in Mitchell Hall on the Cranfield campus.

View the a pdf of the presentation slides