In the pursuit of true business value, executives must initiate and execute strategic programs of change – whether they involve re-engineering business processes, refreshing business strategy, tackling problems or seizing opportunities. Unfortunately, the transition from plan through to desired outcome is rarely completed successfully. Barriers, mostly in the form of people (culture, resistance to change) present numerous challenges, many of which are never overcome.
In order to ensure the right conditions exist for the realisation of projected value, a management approach is required that can drive effective engagement between service providers (internal or external) and key stakeholders. The approach develops roles that must not only influence, persuade and sell the expected benefits of a given change, but also exploit potential opportunities based on known capabilities. These are the key attributes of a successful Business Partner / Relationship Manager (BP/BRM) and everyone who has a role supporting business from CIOs and Architects to Business Analysts and Service Managers.
Aligning firmly with our focus on Value Delivery, ITWinners see BRMP® as a cornerstone of our education portfolio. Our new class enables Business Relationship Managers to become trusted partners, contributing to strategy formulation and shaping business demand. We’ll provide them with the techniques and disciplines needed to guide plans through to desired outcomes, including Value Management and Business Transition Management.
Crucially, we help them communicate the benefits of change in way that everyone in the business can understand.
Our trainers, some of whom are ex-CIOs of large Corporates, have seen first-hand the positive changes driven by successful BRMs. In our class, they’ll share their experiences and encourage group discussion to ensure participants not only pass the mandatory examination, but take-away the know-how to effectively apply the training as soon as they get back to work.
* * Pricing shown is discounted for our BRM Impact Week (Region 4, 11-15th November), and includes a further Early bird discount until 30th September 2019 * *