The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31st January 2020 yet there is still much to be achieved as the both sides work to agree what their future relationship looks like after 31st December 2020. Brexit is having a significant impact on the Island of Ireland and there is major transformation already underway to ensure as smooth as possible a transition to new arrangements, many of which are still uncertain. Organisations across the Island of Ireland are managing a portfolio of change against the backdrop of this Brexit uncertainty. There are many lessons already learned and significant challenges to navigating the road ahead.
This breakfast event, in partnership with Deloitte, will explore what managing Brexit related change actually means and how project managers navigate for the journey ahead. It will examine areas such as Supply Chain, People, Financial, Regulatory and Data, Market Access and Trade discussing how organisations position themselves to successfully manage the change ahead.
Speaker: Louise McEntee
Louise McEntee is a Director in Deloitte’s Operations Transformation Consulting practice, a specialist in programme leadership and in the delivery of major transformational programmes. These programme range from Digital Transformation including Robotic and Intelligent Automation through to Operational Efficiency and Strategic Cost Transformation
She has extensive experience in change management, programme and project management both within the financial services industry and the public sector including health & social care, criminal justice, policing, housing and central government. This experience encompasses change management, programme management, project management, programme governance, risk management, benefits management, project and programme assurance.
Date: 26th February 2020
Time: 08:15 to 10:00
Venue: Microsoft, One Microsoft Place, Leopardstown, D18 P521
Light breakfast will be served
Free to attend
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