Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
Wondering if Enterprise-wide Project Management could work in your company? Concerned about the cost for MS Project Server, the expertise required to run it and the time needed for training and implementation? Is there some way to do Enterprise-wide Project Management on the cheap? The answers to these questions are respectively: “almost for sure”, “I know what you mean” and “Yes indeed!”
Enterprise-wide Project Management for Dummies will help you determine if enterprise-wide PM can help your organization, and if so, do you need to go to a full implementation of Project Server or can you do a poor man’s application instead. What type and size organizations can use the non-Server implementation will be discussed, the steps required to implement such an application, and examples of how to set up projects and enterprise-wide resource pools will be shown.
Participants will be able to determine if their organization could go to enterprise-wide project management using the simple data-base capabilities of the standard tool. Suggested steps to take within the organization to prepare for and implement this application will be shared. Some suggestions on how to implement Project Server will also be shared to aid those participants who find their organization cannot use the poor-man’s version.
Target Audience: PMs, Senior PMs, Project Officers in small to intermediate size organizations
Roy Pool has 30 years of Project Management and scheduling experience, having lead 20 projects ranging in value from $100,000 to $77M. He has maintained a very high project success rate and won the 1997 Bells Labs President’s Silver Award for project leadership when managing a DoD project.
From 1998 to 2007, Mr. Pool was a PMO manager and set up PMOs at 4 medium to large size corporations. All of these PMOs were deemed successful and one was so successful that the corporate financial goals were more than tripled for the year.
At the heart of all of Roy’s PMO implementations has been an emphasis on scheduling. Roy is a Black Belt in MS Project, is also proficient in Primavera P6 and has implemented enterprise-wide scheduling tools in 2 PMOs. Between 1996 and 2007, Mr. Pool was selected by his companies to teach Project Management and MS Project to Managers in China, India, France, England, Canada, Chile, Mexico and various US cities.
Roy has taught the Scheduling section of the PMI PMBOK to chapters in Dallas and Albany NY. He also has been invited to speak at many regional and national conferences including the 2001 PMI International Symposium, the 2006 PMI Latin America Congress and the 2007 Center for Business Practices (CBP) Summit. He has won Best Speaker awards at the 2005 UT Dallas PMI Conference, the 2006 PMI Latin America Congress and the 2007 CBP Summit.
Mr. Pool is has been a certified Project Management Professional since 1993, is a Black Belt in MS Project and a Jonah in Theory of Constraints.
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