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Continuing the Conversation from PMI® Global Congress 2016-EMEA Join our panelists from the PMI Salon at PMI® Global Congress 2016-EMEA as they continue the conversation. Our panelists from varied industries, job functions, and geographies will continue to discuss how technology could change our current roles and responsibilities and its potential impact on the future of the profession in the next ten years. Prepare now for the future!
The PMI Keystone Chapter, in partnership with the PMIEF, have been providing project management programs throughout their chapter area for four years. We have a proven formula that works to find school connections and teacher support advocacy of programs that we present with the help of PM professional from the chapter, who volunteer their time and share their knowledge and expertise. We will share why the program works and how you can create the same success in your chapters with a similar program. Join us to learn how to make an impact in your communities with PM programs for students!
This Project HEADWAY webinar examines benefits realization from a portfolio perspective. What are the key steps a portfolio needs to take and what are some of the pitfalls it needs to avoid?
How can the portfolio support projects and ensure they have the opportunity to realize their benefits? What are the steps the portfolio can take to ensure projects have the required supports, that expectations are being managed and that governance and oversight is being applied? This Portfolio HEADWAY webinar examines portfolio governance and oversight.
In this Portfolio HEADWAY webinar, we examine project portfolio management and the foundations that must be in place to ensure that the portfolio is there for the long haul.
Portfolio HEADWAY: Selecting the Right Projects: Just Because It Is A Great Project Doesn't Mean It Is The Right Project
This Portfolio HEADWAY webinar will examine the process of selecting a project--from documenting and screening the original idea, developing a business case, making the final selection and then prioritizing those selected projects.
We hear a lot about portfolio management. It’s a term that is often misunderstood or at least used to represent a variety of ways to manage multiple projects. But what is the approach to establishing an effective portfolio and determining the projects to include? How do we know what to put in the portfolio bucket?
Assurance reviews are essential to the overall good governance of major public projects and programs; in this webinar, we explore some of the challenges around framing and implementing assurance review recommendations during the life-cycle. PMI have funded a research study led by The University of Hull, which seeks to uncover how the treatment of assurance review data influences recommendations and the subsequent actions (or inactions) that arise, using a definitive set of data. During the webinar, we will discuss some of the implications arising from the findings of this study, explore suggestions for improving current assurance processes in practice and identify recommendations for future research.
In this Project HEADWAY webinar, we interview Mark Mullaly, the President of Interthink Consulting Incorporated and a co-lead of PMI's Value of Project Management research study. Mark will provide insights into the challenges that we experience and offer suggestions for how we can try to gain the support and commitment of management to the project management process.