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My role and career

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ashley crompton

on 20 February 2014

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Programme Manager
What is a programme?
Portfolio
Projects
Programmes
All the changes an organisation wants to make to deliver its business goals
A collection of changes intended to deliver an overall change goal
A time bound piece of work to deliver a specific thing
What does a programme manager do?
Manages resources
Plans the work
Puts Governance in place
Manages culture
Co-ordinates projects
Manages Communications
Point of contact for SRO
Ensures benefits get delivered
Contract
Let
Reduce your costs so that you can reduce your fees
Increase competition
Share solutions
Don't get locked in to long deals
Don't run long complex projects
Keep systems running and make sure changes aren't disrupted
DfT
DVLA
Cabinet Office
DVLA users
Other Agencies
Local business
TUS
DVLA Customers
large suppliers
small suppliers
DVLA ICT staff
Contract runs out in 2015
Writing new systems
....
Managing Applications
Looking after infrastucture
Looking after users
1. Get new suppliers interested
2. Write down what we need
3. Get approval from DfT and Cabinet Office
4. Run procurement
5. Move to new suppliers
Systems
Staff
Processes
Data
PIN
Supplier Day
One to one workshops
Site visits
Newsletters
Intellect UK
Data Room
Functional requirements
Non functional requirements
Strategic Outline Business Case
Outline Business Case
Full business Case
DVLA Contract Let Programme Board
DVLA Executive Board
Dft ICT COntract Lets Steering Board
Pre BICC clearances (x5)
Board Investment and Commercial Committee
DfT Secretary of State
Cabinet Office (ICT Futures)
Cabinet Office (GOvernment Procurement Services)
MCO
Treasury
Notice published in OJEU
Potential suppliers register an interest
Undertake supplier qualification appraisal
Invite tenders from qualified suppliers
Potential suppliers submit tenders
Tenders evaluated
Contract Awarded
Dispatch Contract Award notice to OJEC for publication.
My Career
1988 Moved to Wales
1989 Joined DVOIT
1992 Moved to DVLA
1994 Promoted to HEO
1996 Started BSc
1999 Promoted to SEO
2000 Graduated
2001 Started MBA
2004 Promoted to G7
2006 Promoted to G6
2007 Completed MBA
2011 CLPP Programme Manager
2013 ???
Start of DVOIT - Buy the book
Programming course - failing fast!
Steve Biddle - The perfect manager
Leaving DVOIT - How to decide - trusting promises
Getting SEO - You're respected for managing your career
2001 Career damaging behaviour?
Getting qualifications - unleashing potential
Getting G7- Accepting the inevitable
Getting G6 - Losing your mojo
The Living Leader
7 Habits - the best book I've ever read
Spheres of Influence
MILESTONES
REFLECTIONS

Learn - AND REFLECT
Network - and find a sponsor
Remember you're always on show
Own your career - its too important to trust anyone else with
Be positive - don't underestimate how valuable - and rare - "can do" people are
Take risks - but know that 's what you're
d
oing
Respect others input and differences
RIDE YOUR LUCK
LESSONS
So get a new one sorted out by then!
Cos we need competition for IBM
Releasing your potential
Topics for Today
What I do now
Career Path
Lessons
Managing your career - 1
Some questions for you to think about later
1. Have you set DVLA as your career boundary? Why? Why not?
2. What is your potential? How do you know what it is?
3. who should you be loyal to in managing your career?
4. What is limiting your ability to manage your career?
Managing your career - 2
Managing
Leading
1. Plan and budget (your time!)
2. Organise (yourself)
3. Control (your behaviour)
4. Monitor (get feedback on how you are doing)
5. Develop (your skills and knowledge)
Dream
Aspire
Motivate
vs
What's been my biggest challenge?
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