International Project Management Day November 1, 2018

Free Webinar on Implementing Project Portfolio Management

The international project management day (IPM Day) is intended to encourage project based organizations worldwide or organizations who utilize project management methodologies to schedule some type of recognition event within their organizations or coordinated locally with others to truly demonstrate appreciation for the achievements of project managers and their teams.   In recognition of IPM Day we invite you to join the discussion on the newly released PMI® published book:

Implementing Project Portfolio Management: A Companion Guide to The Standard for Portfolio Management

Free 1 Hour Live Webinar & Open Discussion on November 1, 2018

Same event offered twice LIVE in 1 day in recognition of International Project Management Day

Session 1:   8:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time     1:00 p.m. Central European Time

Session 2:  1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time     7:00 p.m. Central European Time

This book is a companion guide to Project Management Institute’s The Standard for Portfolio Management, currently in the Fourth Edition. The standard is now a principle-based standard that provides greater universality of applications. As a principle-based standard, the “how” of portfolio management is largely removed. While the “how” is context specific and therefore cannot be standardized, there is nevertheless value in understanding the various approaches. Implementing Project Portfolio Management: A Companion Guide to The Standard for Portfolio Management was written to address the “hows” that support the “what” of portfolio management.

As a companion guide to the current standard, this book is designed for three primary audience groups:

  • Business Executives – Part 1 of the book includes Chapter 1, which provides a comprehensive but high-level description of portfolio management, including the what, why, who, and how.  Other groups are encouraged to review Part 1 as well, to achieve an executive-level understanding of portfolio management.
  • Portfolio Leaders and Practitioners – Part 2 of the book, Chapters 2 to 8, offers an in-depth examination of the various performance domains discussed in the Standard for Portfolio Management – Fourth Edition. In addition, this book goes beyond the standard with additional domains and concepts that are in practice today. Each chapter offers new insights on how to apply the principles covered in the standard. As appropriate, selective tools and templates are introduced.
  • Portfolio Thinkers – Part 3, the final chapters, is designed for tinkerers and inquisitive professionals who want to look ahead and see the future of portfolios and some areas of latest development. Part 3 is a true work in progress.
  • Visit the Official Website of the book, Implementing Project Portfolio Management: A Companion Guide to The Standard for Portfolio Management.

Join the discussion on the newly released PMI® published book:

Implementing Project Portfolio Management: A Companion Guide to The Standard for Portfolio Management

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Same event offered twice LIVE in 1 day in recognition of International Project Management Day

Session 1:   8:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time     1:00 p.m. Central European Time

Session 2:  1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time     7:00 p.m. Central European Time

Send us your email and we’ll send you an invite with instructions on how to join this event online.

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Meet your Presenters, Dr. Panos Chatzipanos & Dr. Te Wu

Dr. Panos Chatzipanos

Dr. Panos Chatzipanos

(PfMP)

Dr. Panos Chatzipanos is a resourceful and diverse revenue producer with considerable engineering knowledge, large construction experience and substantial managerial competencies that span more than 35 years in the construction industry, over 15 at the executive level. As a transformational change consultant at the World Bank and at the European Commission, he currently provides his expertise on transformational change, on the development of OPM frameworks and on Portfolio management for the public sector and for the management of large infrastructure projects. He is the President of PMI Greece-Chapter and the President of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Hellenic Section.

Dr. Te Wu

Dr. Te Wu

(PMP, PgMP, PfMP, PMI-RMP)

Professor Te Wu is an academic and a professional with over 25 years of work experience helping businesses to improve their strategy execution, over 15 years of teaching experience empowering students with management knowledge and skills, and now over 10 years of experience as an entrepreneur. His core belief is that most organizations and people have more ideas than they can successfully tackle. Thus, his recent work has focused on “getting the right things done, in the right way.”  In his professional journey to date, he grew from the shop floor to leading hundred million-dollar portfolios.  He is a researcher, author, speaker, teacher, and also a practitioner. Selective highlights of Wu’s work include the following:

  • Found and built PMO Advisor into a leading project management training (PMI Global R.E.P.) and consultancy
  • Professorship at multiple global universities including China-European Business School and Montclair State University. Also on the Project Management Advisory Board at Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Served/serving on two PMI Global Standard Committees: The Standard for Portfolio Management – Fourth Editionand The Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs, and Projects
  • Serving as a U.S. delegate on the International Standard Organization’s Technical Committee 258 for project, program, and portfolio management
  • International speaker including many PMI Chapters around the world, PMI®EMEA Congress, PMI China Congress, and most recently across multiple cities in China at the invitation of China’s State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs