PM Providers cordially invites you to this webinar based on the recent informative white paper, The Model Project Management Office, written by Matthew Davis, PMP, MCTS, MCITP. The Art and Science of a successful Project Management Office (PMO) for -Enterprise or Portfolio-level work is a combination of skill, strategy, and structure within their organization.
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As Project Management Offices continue to evolve, it is important to embrace the model and methodologies that compliment the organization the PMO supports. PMOs in Healthcare continue to grow and are becoming critical to the implementation of Electronic Health Records and compliance with ever-changing regulations. This presentation will demonstrate the evolution of a Healthcare PMO to include more than Information Technology, lessons learned as the PMO has changed to meet organizational needs and challenges particular to the Healthcare industry.
Projects are a people business. Shocking? Given all the focus on cost cutting, deliverables that were due yesterday and funding retrenchment, Ericsson is providing a refreshing case study on how to improvement organization results through a focus on a Service Delivery Maturity Model. Listen in as Myra Beckman shares organizational imperatives for implementing changes in their model. Discover how a team used the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide and the PMO standard to directly translate efforts that impacted the life of some 20,000 individuals in 50 organizations. She will also discuss how these programs promoted organizational change
This webinar introduces requirements management processes and an approach to implement them effectively throughout the project life cycle to help improve project success rates. It then covers ethical considerations in implementing requirements management processes, including a brief discussion of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct; the values that are the foundations of the Code: responsibility, respect, fairness and honesty; and how project management practitioners can ensure compliance with the Code in implementing requirements management processes. Upon completion of the webinar, participants will gain a better understanding of expected (appropriate and ideal) behavior of project management practitioners in implementing requirement management processes and in full compliance with our Code of Ethics.
In this webinar, Chris Carson, Vice President of Scheduling Excellence, will give an introduction to SCoP's Scheduling Excellence Initiative (SEI) and lead you through a review of Early Completion Schedules (sometimes called Right to Finish Early in the construction industry). This topic is one of the many reasonably completed chapters in the Best Practices and Guidelines for Scheduling. We look forward to your participation on April 26th at 11am Eastern Time (New York)
For many consultants, a client engagement can feel like tiptoeing through a minefield. Especially early in engagements, with new clients, we might find ourselves in unknown territory, with few indicators of which way to go, and little, visible, client-side support. Some of us tread gently, hoping not to set anything (or anyone) off. Some of us charge around, proverbial bulls in china shops, with little regard for long term consequences of our actions as long as we deliver the results defined in the agreement. There must be better way to more effectively work towards results without feeling like you’re in a war zone. Relationship management matters and it starts before you even hit the ground. This webinar will explore how you can start your project off on the right foot and begin delivering value as a trusted advisor rather than a hired gun.
Mr. Richard Maltzman and Mr. David Shirley will give a brief definition of Green Project Management as we see it and how all projects have green aspects.
Agile approaches to software development promise many advantages: shorter schedules, more productive teams, products that better meet customer expectations, higher quality, and more. In this talk, Mike will explain how agile teams achieve these goals by avoiding the seven deadly sins of project management. Covered will be sins such as gluttony, sloth, lust, opaqueness, and more. Giving in to one of these temptations can result in a failed or canceled project. Along the way you’ll be introduced to key aspects of agile development and hear stories of agile success and failure.
Based on the consulting as well as PMO Managed Services experiences of the presenter, this webinar will share the learning’s and observations on what has worked in an IT Function of a Financial Services organization as a case study. The session would further describe a generic framework that delivers value.