Henley Business School programme manager joins Guardian Webinar panel
The Henley MBA (Project Management) Programme Manager, Dr Stephen Simister, has been announced as a panellist on The Guardian’s live online Q and A session for those in the Project Management sector on 12th January at 1–4pm
As the project management community waits for the findings and updates from the Arras People 2010 Project Management Benchmark Report - due on February 1 - The Guardian has assembled a panel of professionals working in the sector to answer questions about the current job market and offer career advice to everyone from experienced project managers to those just starting out in the field.
The Henley MBA (Project Management) is designed for experienced managers who are seeking to work in organisations that deploy corporate strategy through portfolio, programme and project management. Managers within project-oriented organisations require an in depth understanding of organisational management and its relationship to portfolio, programme and project management. The Henley MBA (Project Management) provides this link between strategy development and deployment.
Dr Stephen Simister joined Henley Business School in 2006 to build on and strengthen Henley’s project management expertise. Prior to joining Henley he was a self employed consultant for 10 years, providing project management support to organisations including Pfizer, Network Rail, Astrazeneca, BP and a number of central government departments. He was involved with the development and implementation of project management methodologies in two blue chip pharmaceutical companies, developing risk management practices for a number of organisations to comply with the combined code (Turnbull report), provision of project health checks and a range of project support services. In addition, he is a high risk accredited Gateway reviewer with 4ps. In his early career, Stephen worked as a project manager for Bovis, Hunter & Partners and Westminster City Council. He was a research fellow at Reading University where his doctoral research was in the area of ’Contractual risk transfer between clients and professional service organisations’.
The Henley MBA is a leading business management course that can be achieved through a number of modes - the Full Time MBA, the Executive MBA, the Flexible Learning MBA and a distance learning MBA.
About Henley Business School
Henley Business School was formed from the merger of Henley Management College and the Business School at the University of Reading. It is one of the longest established Business Schools and the world’s third largest supplier of MBA courses. It delivers business management training to managers in more than 140 countries worldwide with around 7,000 people studying at any one time.
Henley Business School is one of Europe’s largest full service international business schools, with a comprehensive range of management training courses from undergraduate to board level. Encompassing the world-ranked Henley MBA, executive MBAs and distance learning MBAs, DBAs, PhDs, MScs, BScs, BAs and its internationally renowned open and tailored executive education, it provides leadership development and learning opportunities from the start of a career through to senior executive levels. With expertise in the development and delivery of leadership and management solutions to the challenges of our times, it is also one of the very few top business schools to hold triple accredited status (AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB).
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