With Covid-19, we saw an unprecedented amount of digital transformation and change as businesses and organisations pushed through their projects and programmes to meet and adapt to the new required ways of working…but did these changes go far enough?

Heralded for years, we are on the verge of the 5th Industrial Revolution, but have organisations got the tools, people and processes in place to adapt as quickly as they did in the last two years for what’s coming?

Research from our white paper shows that most projects and programmes planned over the coming years aren’t designed with this future gaze, but to catch-up and stabilise the change that has already taken place.

Many organisations have had to pivot and adapt quickly, however are they ready for roll-out of 5G, Industrial IoT, VR and the mass real-time data that is coming – sooner than we think?

In this webinar, we explore the role role of Programme and Project Management in preparing your organisation for the 5th Industrial Age. Click the link below to watch the replay hosted in partnership with Digital Leaders.

About the speaker:

Holly Waite, Head of Sales and Marketing at Reed Professional Services,  a boutique management consultancy that specialises in blending the right combination of People, Tech and Process for successful delivery of projects for their clients. Holly has worked as both a consultant and leading in-house teams Holly has worked across IT and consulting firms throughout her career. PRINCE2 and ITIL certified, and having worked across large portfolios and programmes of work across both the public and private sector, including the launch and delivery of ITIL 4.

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