Welcome to PMO Advisory Webinar Series
It’s a challenge staying up-to-date given the incredibly rapid changes in the Project Management Profession. With your busy schedule, finding quality information that is relevant to your needs isn’t easy. You can access our previous webinars online as your personal learning sessions facilitated by PMO Advisory experts, at your convenience to increase your knowledge and improve performance. So please enjoy past PMO Advisory webinars below which offer relevant content, for free, and available on demand at your convenience – right below!
Our Next Event
Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST
“Everything about Project Risk Management and PMI-RMP® Certification”
Summary: This webinar is designed for people who are serious about the management of unknowns, especially on complex or high-stake projects. The webinar will highlight:
- The ubiquity of risk in complex projects
- The processes of identifying, evaluating, and planning risk response
- How risk management credentials enhance the credentials of all project professionals, especially those already possessing PMP
- The latest development by the Project Management Institute and the new Global Standard of Risk Management for Projects, Programs, and Portfolios
- And for professionals who are serious about this specialization, we will provide a detailed overview of the Project Management Institute’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) certification
Summary: All projects confront the same problem – how to get started as efficiently and effectively as possible. Naturally, the bigger, the more complex, the greater the number of stakeholders, the higher the risk and uncertainty, and the challenges of determining an optimal start becomes greater. Often there are many, if not infinite ways of getting started. What is the first step? This is the problem commonly known as the “fuzzy front end”.
This webinar addresses this common project challenge, especially on innovative projects, head on. After presenting the background with illustrated cases, the webinar will explore the implications of poorly managed as well as optimally managed projects. We will present the common practices especially some specific issues.
Summary: Program management is one of the latest frontiers in the development and maturity of project management. Programs are collections of related projects, and they are managed as a program to achieve significant business benefits. Programs are usually large and complex, and managing them well is viewed as a competitive advantage.
Think about this example. Imagine two competitors in the same industry: Company A successfully delivers a new capability, creates a new department, or develops a new complex product. Company B, a competitor, struggles. Which company is likely to be more competitive?
This presentation provides an overview of program management, positions program management in the context of project, program, portfolio, and other organizational endeavors, highlights how to think like a program manager, and finally discusses the Program Management Professional (PgMP) certification.
Summary: Among project management professionals, the idea of the CPO has been around for well over 20 years, and yet there are very few of them. With organizations intensifying their project efforts, isn’t it time to re-affirm and perhaps even enhance the role of Chief Project Officer and other senior project executive roles? These enhancements can potentially include:
- Accountable for the strategic initiatives of the organizations, often manifest in enterprise projects, programs, and portfolios.
- Champion culture change and shift the organization toward greater execution excellence.
- Establishment of key processes including governance, risk management, implementation methodology, project talent management, and other strategic practices.
Summary: Are you like me and millions of others who ponder during the holidays how to best reinvent ourselves? For example, is it time to transition from your current career to one that offers more opportunities? Or have you been eyeing a certification that just did not have time to pursue it? How about learning something new, trying a new activity, or just exploring ways to advance your current career?
In this webinar, we will propose our 5 Steps process to make and keep your goals. Using project management as a backdrop, we will suggest important and proven ways in which you can advance your goals – whether it is to learn new skills, experiment with responsibilities, or earning new credentials.
“Implement PPM Book Tour”
In recognition of IPM Day we hosted a discussion on the newly released PMI® published book: Implementing Project Portfolio Management: A Companion Guide to The Standard for Portfolio Management. This book is a companion guide to Project Management Institute’s The Standard for Portfolio Management, currently in the Fourth Edition. Enjoy the discussion below!
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Project management is becoming a general business skill, and its application can be seen everywhere. From the construction or repair of the latest bridge to managing new product development, project management is at the heart of getting the initiative completed artfully. Projects are becoming so popular that there is a broad discussion of projectification of our society in which many, if not most temporary endeavors are managed as projects. This webinar is designed for people who are serious about getting started in project management and highlights:
- The ubiquity of projects and project management in our society today, especially in business organizations
- How to start building your project management skills and gaining experiences
- For entry-level professionals who are serious about project management, the optimal certification to consider is the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) accredited by the Project Management Institute.