This all-day virtual event featured expertise to assist practitioners with Building Your Defense Against Chaos in the world of project scheduling. Two concurrent tracks of content featured 1. Education and Training Track: Learn best practices in project scheduling methods, techniques and approaches (topics include: applied schedule management and scheduling for programs and portfolios); and 2. Case Studies and New Advances Track: Pick up valuable case studies and/or lessons learned in project, program and portfolio scheduling. This includes presentations on scheduling theories and techniques from real projects and programs (topics: risk analysis and scenario-based program scheduling).
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Ticketmaster's project management office works behind the scenes to boost business across the company's global markets.
The world's largest credit union launched a PMO to bring order to its IT portfolio—and gave U.S. military members better access to their money, from anywhere in the world.
A fledging PMO helped a financial processing firm come back from behind.
Chevron gets creative to meet the needs of a fuel-hungry U.S. metropolis.
The 2015 PMI Pulse report reveals that organizations are returning to the basics of project, program and portfolio management. By focusing on the fundamental aspects of developing a culture of project management, cultivating talent and defining processes, organizations will capture value and gain competitive advantage.
Who is using Scrum? How? And why? Help us get the real answers to these important questions by completing this survey and you’ll be entered to win a $500 Amazon gift card.
It’s near the end of the year, so it’s time to provide you with a recap of the findings from some of the key IT surveys published over the past 12 months. Consider it a quick and easy way to stay abreast on all that is going on in the world of IT.
Is it getting easier or harder to enjoy long-term success as a CIO these days? Has 2016 placed greater demands on CIOs, or is it a repeat of the last few years?
Earlier this year at the Davos World Economic Forum several emerging technologies were presented and discussed. Pulling together the market projections for these technology suggest that they will create a period of rapid technological advancement by 2025 that is far greater than anything experienced in history. The overall total for these technologies is likely to hit or exceed $25 trillion USD by 2025. Are your prepared to be a program or project manager on one or more of those programs and projects?