The Role of the Senior Responsible Owner (SRO)
The Senior Responsible Owner (SRO) plays a pivotal role in ensuring the successful delivery of a programme or project, with ultimate accountability for meeting objectives, achieving projected outcomes, and realising the intended benefits, all within the framework of policies established by government ministers.
As the owner of the business case, the SRO bears responsibility for all aspects of governance.
The SRO is a senior executive or leader responsible for ensuring that a project or program meets its objectives and delivers the desired outcomes.
The HPCA SRO Essentials Programme
Specifically tailored for healthcare leaders, aims to equip participants with a comprehensive understanding of the Senior Responsible Owner role within the healthcare sector and includes tools, techniques, and ongoing peer networking support for successful and sustainable transformational change.