Technology Executives Club
PMO & Project Portfolio Management Best Practices
Adapt or Die: Are Your Project Management Tools & Strategies Up to Today's Business Challenges?
Chicago, IL | January 25, 2012
The success of Project Management lies in 1.) Picking the right projects; 2.) Using the right tools to collaborate and work effectively; 3.) Practice Best Practices in Project management to ensure the RIGHT projects get DONE.
In this special seminar, we'll explore how IT leaders use PPM & Collaboration to better prioritize portfolios, measure the value of IT investments and governance initiatives, manage demand and resources, and get stakeholder buy-in. Those that don't, said Gartner, will find their departments pink-slipped, as organizations review overhead in light of economic conditions and target departments like the PMO for "rightsizing."
Do your Projects and PMO stack up? Learn how best to align PPM and Project Management with business objectives, and utilize Collaboration and Project Management Best Practices to deliver results.
Join Top IT Executives from The Northern Trust Company, TransUnion, Fermilab and Feeding America...
They will discuss a range of issues to help you succeed in:
- Prioritizing portfolios in fast-changing environments
- Measuring and communicating the value of PPM and Project Management
- Using Collaborative Tools as a Project Management Best Practice
- Managing budgets, tools, skills, competencies and cultures and adapting them to change
- Evolving the PMO's role, responsibilities and structures to meet changing demand
- and more!
LEARN HOW TO BECOME A SPEAKER / SPONSOR FOR THIS SEMINAR:
Contact Maria Tuthill at 847-837-3900 x1.
LEARN THESE BEST PRACTICES (AND MORE!) FROM OUR KEYNOTE PANEL:
||Kenneth M. Jatczak, PMP, ITIL - Vice President, IT Program Manager, Risk & Compliance Systems, Northern Trust Company is responsible for risk and compliance projects and has been recognized with multiple Absolute Quality awards. Prior to Northern Trust, Ken has performed in various program & project management, infrastructure management and management consulting roles for Fortune 100 and mid-sized companies such as McDonald's, Allstate, Washington Mutual, Advocate Health Care and Elkay.
||Duane Block, Director USIT PMO, TransUnion, is responsible for the demand and resource management processes across information technology. Prior to joining TransUnion, Duane spent a decade as a Management Consultant focused on IT strategy and portfolio, program and project management. Duane holds an MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and a certificate in Advanced Project Management from Stanford University. He is also certified as a Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute.
||Todd Oetting, Director, Technolgy Project Portfolio, Feeding America, joined Feeding America in January 2009 as the Director of the Technology Project Portfolio. Mr. Oetting's primary role is to develop and implement technology solutions that support the Feeding America national office and its network of more than 200 member food banks.
Accomplishments have included developing, packaging and implementing a common ERP system across a diverse network of food banks with a standardized approach
||Bill Boroski, Head Office of Performance Management, Office of the CIO, Fermilab is the Head of Performance Management within the Office of the CIO at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab). Reporting to the CIO, his responsibilities include portfolio, program and project management; business analysis; business process modeling; quality management; strategic and tactical planning; and performance monitoring. Bill has written or co-authored over 40 technical articles and holds three U.S. Patents.
PLUS, BONUS FEATURES OF THIS EVENT: INDUSTRY EXPERT BRIEFINGS!
The practical tips you'll gain from just ONE of these briefings is worth the cost of entry!
||Earning the "E" in "EPMO"
Principal and Founding Owner,
The one "e" can make the difference in successful portfolio and resource management. In this engaging session, Mike will outline how to raise up your PMO to that coveted seat at the table.
|| The PMO's Role in Innovation
T.R. Sloan, EPM Solution Specialist, Microsoft Corporation
As business models dynamically change and their shelf life decreases with every evolution, the PMO will play a critical role in the 21st century in helping organizations manage and enable Innovation across the organization. This presentation will focus on defining innovation, the PMO's role in facilitating Innovation, and making Innovation business as usual.
|| Define & Execute a Effective Resource Management Strategy Using the Resource Management Maturity Model
John F. Filicetti, PMP, MBA
Sales Engineering Director,Instantis
Dan will explain how to use the new model to accomplish this goal by helping stakeholders better align resource-related information needs with their level of PPM process maturity and technology enablement.
||Keeping Calm During the Storm: The importance of managing portfolio performance in a turbulent economy
Eileen Schurmann, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
With major economies of the world and associated stock markets on an up and down rollercoaster ride organizations are doing everything they can to ensure that they run as efficiently as possible. In order to accomplish this, working on the right projects and delivering those projects on time and on budget is more important than ever.
IN ADDITION, you'll
- Network with Your Peers to make new contacts, compare notes and best practices
- Meet top vendors in the industry, and
- Earn Continuing Professional Education credit if you're a Club member
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Senior IT and LOB Executives
- VPs & Directors responsible for Project Portfolios and Project Management
- Any IT Executives and Managers who provide Project Management direction and support to LOB functions
Here's how to REGISTER for this event:
IT Executives & Staff Members
- Members: Register Here to Use Your Ticket package or Contact Member Services at 847-837-3900 x1
- Nonmembers: Learn how to attend this event with a complimentary VIP Pass
Providers (Hardware, Software, Consultants)
- Members: Who have a ticket package, Register here.
- Nonmembers: A limited number of seats are available. Register at the Nonmember rate of $250 and as a Bonus receive 2 months free in the IT Marketing Academy ($94 Value). Register here.
Wed., January 25, 2012
12:30 Registration & Networking
Event begins promptly at 1:00
1:00 - 5:00 Panel & Presentations
Union League Club,
65 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago IL 60604
Questions? Contact Maria Tuthill at
Professional business-casual attire required.
Final speakers and topics are subject to change.
LEARN HOW TO BECOME A SPEAKER / SPONSOR FOR THIS SEMINAR:
Contact Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x3.