Webinars: Find out more about our Certifications
Welcome to the webinars section of APMG-International. Here we aim to provide further insight into our broad range of certifications and services, including the key benefits for individuals and organizations.
Details of upcoming webinars, together with a link to register, are available below. You can also view and/or download recordings and slides from previous webinars. You can also use the links on the left to suggest a future webinar and submit feedback on a previous webinar.
Should you have any general queries about our webinars, please email us as firstname.lastname@example.org.
|11 Sep 2015||Understanding Agile Project Management||Project / Programme / Benefits Management||Melanie Franklin, AgileChangeManagement Ltd||English|
|29 Jul 2015||PRINCE2 Agile - What’s in it… and what’s in it for me?||Project / Programme / Benefits Management||Keith Richards, agileKRC||English|
|25 Jun 2015||Changing culture: what does it take to become agile in project management||Project / Programme / Benefits Management||Melanie Franklin, AgileChangeManagement Ltd||English|
|21 May 2015||What is the Change Management Institute and why does it matter to me?||Change Management||Melanie Franklin, AgileChangeManagement Ltd||English|
|31 Mar 2015||The six blind men and IT service management||IT Service Management||Mark Smalley, The IT Paradigmologist||English|
|26 Feb 2015||What you need to know about Change Management||Change Management||Melanie Franklin, AgileChangeManagement Ltd||English|
|11 Feb 2015||A healthy professional life starts with healthy relationships – Welcome to BRM||IT Service Management||Darren Dove, GR8 Service Management||English|
|11 Feb 2015||From Waterfall to Agile: what you need to know||Project / Programme / Benefits Management||Melanie Franklin, AgileChangeManagement Ltd||English|
|14 Jan 2015||Interview Questions for Change Managers||Change Management||Melanie Franklin, AgileChangeManagement Ltd||English|
|16 Dec 2014||How COBIT® 5 & BiSL® address Governance and Management of Information||IT Governance||Mark Smalley & Steven de Haes||English|