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Organizational PM: Dream or Reality?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Organizations do a lot to implement what is viewed as project management. But do organizations have an organizational project management capability? To understand whether we do or not, we have to understand what this actually means, explore where organizations are today and evaluate how close we actually are to the attainment of this goal.

OPM: Getting from 'Here' to 'There'

by Craig Curran-Morton

The key challenge to organizational PM is that companies tend to view projects in isolation by ignoring the obvious (and sometimes not-so-obvious) linkages. Here we present a list of essential factors to ensure the organization can begin to not just benefit from the discipline of project management, but be able to maximize the benefits that organizational PM can provide.

Smile! You're in Organizational PM!

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

The number of articles that explain why something doesn’t work--or is wrong, or isn’t working the way it should--is staggering. It's time to take a different approach by focusing on what actually does work. Join us for a look at consciously seeking the positive, a rare but perhaps necessary practice.

OPM for Business

by Mike Donoghue

You may have brilliant marketing and branding methodologies, but it is through the projects you pick, how you deliver them and the strategies you use to deploy them that you are defined.

Defining Organizational Project Management

by Dr Nigel L. Williams
August 16, 2011 | 61:01 | Views: 585 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.61 / 7

A review of CEO qualifications and experience in the Fortune 500 would reveal that very few if any hold Project Management certifications. This is unusual given the current turbulent business environment. One would assume that organizations would value Senior Management who have the ability to successfully deliver the projects required for their organizations to adapt and grow. Join us in this webinar as we share insight straight from conversations with large organizations. Discussions indicate that they believe that PM's lack a strategic understanding of the firm, limiting their ability to grow. To build this understanding ,this webinar presents a definition and a framework for Organizational Project Management. It intends to provide useful insights into the knowledge areas that PMs need to master in OPM.

Organizational Project Management - No retreat no surrender

by Imad Alsadeq
December 06, 2011 | 56:01 | Views: 165 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.81 / 7

This webinar will discuss Organizational Project management through: • Successful Project – Are you sure? • Success Project Management • Organizational Project Management • Organizational Project Management Maturity

Basic Concepts of OPM and OPM3

by Gerhard Tekes 
February 28, 2012 | 68:52 | Views: 152 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.47 / 7

This is a Basic Track Webinar. The webinar will show the Basic concepts of Integrated Project, Program and Portfolio Management (OPM) and PMI's OPM based maturity model OPM3.

OPM Reporting Panel Discussion

by William Stephen Sawle, Susan Huang, Hugh Pinkus, John Parkinson
October 21, 2013 | 380:32 | Views: 23 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.00 / 7

A panel of four experienced professionals in the field of OPM will be discussing reporting on projects programs and portfolios. What are the objectives of OPM reporting? What are the options to consider? What are the issues? What has worked well and what has not

Demystifying OPM and OPM3 - a practitioners viewpoint

by Raju Rao
June 04, 2013 | 68:06 | Views: 78 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.75 / 7

This one hour seminar will focus on ways to introduce OPM and OPM3 in organizations as a means of process improvement . These can be applied by consultants as well as users who stand to benefit from such initiatives .

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