Transition, Exit and Change Skills for Outsourcing (2)
- Time:9:00 - 17:00
- Date:Tuesday 28th November 2017
- Venue:Central London
- Define the goals of outsourcing transition?
- Identify the challenges to be addressed?
- Understand the practical and legal issues and ensuring the right advice is obtained.
- Develop knowledge management strategies
- Manage ‘Exit’ successfully.
- Identify tools and approaches to support effective transition, exit and change?
- Transfer learning to work based challenges
Many more organisations are actively reviewing their sourcing options and deciding to change their current sourcing arrangements. This might involve transitioning a service currently managed by a 3rd party back in house, moving a service from one 3rd party to another or perhaps moving a service from in-house to a 3rd party for the first time.
Successful transition can be highly complex and for many organisations it may not be something they do often. The range of issues include complying with legal requirements, dealing with the Exit from 3rd parties, knowledge management challenges and maintaining service levels. A major challenge for organisations is to ensure that the relationship between the parties involved is a positive and constructive one.
This workshop provides participants with the knowledge, insights and tools to develop their own successful approach to this critical area.
The course is an interactive and engaging one day workshop. The industry expert facilitators present a range of ideas, models and examples of best practice. The participants will have ample opportunity to explore the ideas through plenary discussions and working in small groups. In particular, the facilitator will encourage the group to consider how the workshop content can be applied to their own situation.
Who is it for?
All those whose role involves them in the management and implementation of sourcing transition, transformation and exit projects. It will be of interest to project managers, risk managers, operations managers, outsourcing, relationship and supplier managers amongst others.
Please note: Members and non-members are welcome to register for this course.
The course is led by experienced industry professionals, providing an innovative and invaluable learning opportunity.
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