Prendo’s Project Planning & Control (“SCHOLA”) simulation provides an accelerated and risk-free experience of planning and controlling a project, in one day.
Developed originally with Cranfield School of Management, the simulation brings to life many challenges of project management including:
- integrating the key tools of planning & control
- managing risk & balancing stakeholder interests
- project teamwork & decision-making
Cost for each workshop is £300 + VAT
Cost to eVa23 delegates is £250+ VAT
Guy is a Director of Prendo Simulations Ltd: www.prendo.com
Founded in 1998, Prendo develops advanced management simulations. With a specialism in simulating the challenges of leading complex projects, Prendo’s simulations are used at many of the world’s top business schools, including: Cambridge, Columbia, Cranfield, ESADE, HEC Paris, IESE, INSEAD, MIT, Oxford, UCL, Warwick and Wharton.
Guy has delivered hundreds of simulation workshops in over 30 countries around the world, with organisations including: Arup, BAE Systems, BBC, Bechtel, BG Group, BT, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, EDF Energy, Gazprom, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, Nestlé, Network Rail, NHS, Oracle, Petrobras, SAP, Sellafield, Shell, Unilever and the United Nations.
Guy has been working with the Oxford based Major Projects Association for 18 years. He has taught on the MPA’s annual “Challenge of Major Projects” course every year since 1999 and Guy has also delivered the MPA’s “Major Project Simulation” course 3 times every year since 2008.
In addition to the simulation developed with the MPA, Prendo has also developed customised project simulations for clients including Shell, Rio Tinto and Atkins Global.
Guy’s particular area of expertise is the topic of stakeholder management: he co-authored the APM/RICS guidance note: Stakeholder Engagement, and Guy also authored a chapter (“Managing Project Stakeholders”) in the 2013 Gower publication: The Handbook of People in Project Management.
Guy graduated from the University of Bristol in 1990 with a BA Hons degree in Philosophy.