This webinar will describe how good inventions come from good projects, successful innovations come from good programs, and portfolio management helps pick the best projects and programs to deliver. It will also show how each of these critical parts of an OPM engine come together to enable continuous innovation and success. Finally, the webinar wil finish with a discussion on how OPM3, PMI's standard for OPM, can be used to test that system to make sure it is healthy and firing on all cylinders.
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The presentation ultimately spotlights how to translate business strategy into effective implementation of projects and programs that determine the success or failure of an enterprise. The components of enterprise project governance include strategy, risk, portfolio, organization, stakeholders, performance and transformation. The benefits and challenges involved in pursuing the EPG concept are discussed and a case is presented.
The presentation will present the Project Charter, Project Plan and the Established Control processes. It will also address the state of the execution of the project in the time of the presentation. Preparation for the project, stakeholder management, project charter and project initiation steps will be explained and detailed. Control and Scheduling Management will be explained.
Third Edition applies processes, input outputs, tools and techniques (ITTOs), and Knowledge Areas to clearly communicate model application. The update will move toward a business viewpoint of OPM while providing material for practitioners to gain deep model understanding. Tim MacFadyen, Committee Chair, will discuss the changes made in the Third edition, and other elements of OPM3® including the OPM3® Product Suite and the OPM3® Certified Professional program
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Many agile transformations fail. It’s not because of lack of effort but because organizations underestimate the radical changes needed for a more agile mindset.
Changes in today’s market place, technology, digital business, new regulations and people expectations (just to name a few)— are all challenging the way we do business. They have created an accelerated environment where we need to be more strategic and agile in order to deliver with excellence. During this session, learn the characteristics of the Agile and High Performing PMO and a transformation approach to support the business.
What does Bloat, the Puffer fish (played by Brad Garret) in the movie Finding Nemo, have to do with Agile? Find out in this session.Agile 2.0 moves past training on the methodology and focuses on the people and connections we make that will deliver an amazing product.
During this session, we will discuss the connection between strategy and execution to create portfolios for enterprise agile projects.
How do you transform your organization into a better version of itself? This session will share the journey of transformation and highlight some effective techniques that helped accelerate the rate of learning and improvement across the enterprise.