Join Giuliano as he shows you how to turn your project management office into a company-wide center of learning. Discover how you can teach your colleagues the best ways to execute based on your PMO's core competencies and unleash their full potential. This session covers a range of models, frameworks, and strategies to add value to your organization and take your organization to new heights.
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Sustainability-Focused Project Leader: Why We Are Uniquely Placed To Deliver the Sustainability Transformation
Bringing a sustainable future into our grasp relies upon the successful execution of thousands of well-conceived projects. Project management and project leaders are critical in achieving more sustainable practices. Executives must provide them with more flexibility in managing projects, moving past the traditional “iron triangle” of project management — managing time, budget, and quality. Sustainability cannot be achieved simply through rigid planning and traditional project targets. Project managers must be unleashed to reach these goals innovatively. CEOs should empower a new kind of sustainability-focused project manager to lead organizational transformation. The Project Management Office (PMO) can play an important role when analyzing new project ideas. It should develop new guidelines for sponsors and managers to increase the focus of their projects on such sustainable outcomes and benefits.
This webinar takes inspiration from the career renaissance of Oscar-winning Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey. The session outlines Matthew’s own career transformation and extracts the key skills required to become a successful PMO leader.
In this webinar, I talk on How the PMP can transform itself into an Agile Management Office (AMO) and then subsequently into a Value Management Office (VMO) I interface this talk with data inputs, insights & learning from real time case studies , use cases and scenarios.
With the significant increase in automation of operations and the increase in change initiatives and project work, a new role is emerging in the executive committee. Companies are beginning to consolidate responsibility for orchestrating and successfully implementing the organization’s continuous transformation and significant strategic initiatives within a single C-level executive. And it’s not only multinationals and for-profit organizations. The chief project officer goes far beyond the traditional Project Management Officer role or the direct sponsorship of individual projects.
PMO Metamorphosis research is specifically focused on the evolution of how a Supportive PMO team can get evolved into a Directive PMO by understanding the Enterprise & investor goals. Most importantly how the PMO organization must cascade the goals to mid-level managers and individual contributors. PMO organization is a horizontal function that cuts across multiple delivery verticals & enables each revenue generating teas to deliver best results keeping Organization goals in mind. The research is focused to give an effective eagle eye governance of PMO & that can best fit startup & mid-sized organizations.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly dives deep into PMOs and the roles that they can and do play in organizations. He looks at the reasons that many feel, and explores the factors that do, occasionally, lead to success. If you work in a PMO, or for one, or are impacted by one in the projects that you manage, this is a presentation that you won't want to miss.
Are you ready to take action and create the future of your organization, leveraging the PMO function to rapidly react to changes in the marketplace, drive digital business transformation efforts, and utilize emerging technology to improve our quality of life? Sara Nunez discusses organizational project management, digital transformation, and creating the future of work together.
The first 100 days for any leader entering office marks a major milestone. He/she is judged on the performance during that period and the opinion set during that time persists throughout his/her tenure. As a PMO leader, you should take this standard upon yourself. This will most likely not be set as an expectation by your stakeholders, but this plan of action will be largely appreciated by them.