Join Dr Ian Clarkson, QA’s Head of Organisational Consultancy for this masterclass to help boost your Project Management knowledge and skills.

If you don’t know what you are doing on a project, then you don’t know what you are doing! The WHAT of a project is the scope, and having a clear understanding of the scope is vital to the success of the project – it informs pretty much everything else: budget, quality, timescales, achievability, roles etc. Without it you can’t manage changes (as you don’t know what is/isn’t a change).

Yet change is everywhere – especially now – and so the need to manage this has never been more important. How well you do this can, literally, be the difference between success and failure!

This 1 hour masterclass will help you understand:

  • The importance of defining the scope of a project
  • Some key techniques to help you identify the scope of a project
  • How scope informs the ability to manage change
  • A typical change control process
  • Some top tips to manage scope and change

Date: Thursday 11 June 2020

Session 1: 08:30 – 09:30

Session 2: 12:00 – 13:00

Cost: FREE

Target Audience

Anyone involved in a project.


Dr Ian Clarkson

Ian is a highly experienced consultant, author, trainer and speaker with over 20 years’ experience in project management, organisational change and learning – working with organisations in all sectors.

Ian was an author of the APM BoK 6 and a referenced reviewer to the most recent update to PRINCE2 publication. Ian was on the technical advisory board for the development of the APM Higher Apprenticeship in Project Management, and also for the update to the APM suite of certifications for BoK 6. Ian is a regular contributor for Project Manager Today Magazine.

Ian is passionate about helping organisations prepare for the future –and when he’s not helping organisations transform Ian reads the latest articles and research on the topic. Maybe he should just get out more instead!

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