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Delivering a successful project – could you be a bad or “unready” customer?

9 July, 9:30 am - 10:30 am

Webinar – free to attend
9th July, 9:30 – 10:30

Supported by Felinesoft and special guest speaker, Debbie Dore, Chief Executive, Association for Project Management

Too many projects in the NFP Sector deliver poor outcomes, resulting in budget overrun and a high degree of stress. It’s traditional to blame technology providers for the problems but research carried out by Hart Square makes it very clear that the client has a key role to play in the success or failure of their own project.

In this webinar we will begin with an interview with a non-profit leader that has completed the journey. We will then examine what you can do to make sure you are set-up for success by exploring:

·        The role of the senior management team in supporting and driving the project

·        How ready is your organisation for change, irrespective of technology choices?

·        What steps can I take before selecting technology partners to ensure success?

·        How do I choose my governance and project management team? What skills and time capacity are required?

·        How to manage supplier relationships to build trust and agree performance levels?

·        How to avoid / salvage a poor relationship with your suppliers or internal stakeholder.

Guest speaker 


Debbie Dore

Chief Executive

Association for Project Management


Who should attend:

Senior stakeholders from Membership and charity organisations that are considering a new project or want to ensure their current project does not stall.


Prior to the webinar, registered delegates will receive a link via email to join this event.




9 July
9:30 am - 10:30 am


9 July
9:30 am - 10:30 am