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Gareth Byatt

About: Gareth Byatt

Gareth Byatt has 16+ years of experience in project, program and PMO management in IT and construction for Lend Lease. Gareth has worked in several countries and lives in Sydney, Australia. He can be contacted through LinkedIn. Gareth holds numerous degrees, certifications, and credentials in program and project management as follows: an MBA from one of the world’s leading education establishments, a 1st-class undergraduate management degree, and the PMP®, PgMP®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-SP® & PRINCE2 professional certifications. Gareth is a past Director of the PMI Sydney Chapter, he is currently the APAC Region Director for the PMI’s PMO Community of Practice and he chairs several peer networking groups. He has presented on PMOs, portfolio and program and project management at international conferences in the UK, Australia, & Asia including PMI APAC in 2010. Email Gareth at gareth.byatt@gmail.com.

All Articles and Webinars by Gareth Byatt

The Keys to the Lazy Project Manager – What is “Productive Laziness”?

Written on January 9, 2013, by , , and

Gareth, Gary and Jeff would like to thank author, Peter Taylor, for sharing his material and writing this article with us, which is adapted from material previously released by Peter (see thelazyprojectmanager.com for more details). ‘Progress isn’t made by early risers. It’s made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something.’ Robert…

Root Cause Analysis and Corrective Action for Project Managers

Written on October 3, 2012, by , , and

Project managers have the immense task of juggling requirements and resources that are often not under their direct control in order to produce the required project deliverables within the limited constraints to which they must adhere (scope, time, quality, etc.). Even if the perfect project plan could be designed and executed, it would not remove…

Measuring the Value of a Program Management Office

Written on August 22, 2012, by , , and

Many organizations have contemplated or implemented program management as a means of managing inter-related projects within their organization, with varying degrees of success. For the purposes of this article we refer to a Program Management Office (PgMO) as a vehicle which can be used to manage the life-cycle of a specific program or, if a…

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