Stakeholder misalignment is a common failure mode for capital projects according to Independent Project Analysis (IPA) research. The widely accepted industry Best Practice used to address project stakeholder misalignment is the Business Engineering Alignment Meeting (BEAM)—a meeting with all key project stakeholders during Front-End Loading (FEL) 1 or early FEL 2.
When applied effectively, a BEAM helps to clearly define the business problem/opportunity and establish the boundary conditions for the project team’s solutions. This online training course shares the qualities of a successful BEAM, the key roles and functions that must participate, and the right time in the project lifecycle to conduct the BEAM. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to develop an action plan for successful BEAM application.
Format and Structure
This is an online, instructor-led course delivered via WebEx Training Center in one 3-hour session (see below for available dates and times). The course presented live with interactive class exercises and discussions.
Course Date and Time
June 9, 2021: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. (UTC-4)
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*Registration fee in U.S. dollars