Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Leadership Category of the Talent Triangle.
Project Management is a practice that, apart from the core, also encompasses and draws heavily from the worlds of enterprise content management, self Service Business Intelligence, Enterprise Social and Productivity etc.; And these technologies need to be integrated secure and importantly, equally accessible by teams from the requesting and performing organizations alike. What then are the technology skills that Project Directors/Managers need to possess. What factors does one consider when zeroing in on a Project Management Solution. What are the tipping points for making such decisions.
This session will help lay the cards out on the table where project management solution adoption scenarios are concerned and will shed light on some of the newer considerations that organizations have as key to the decision making process.
Galahad Franklin (Frank) is the Director, Product Marketing for Project and Visio at Microsoft covering the USA. Frank comes with a wealth of experience from managing Sales and Marketing businesses, Consulting, Managing delivery teams across various technology domains such as Business Process Automation, Enterprise Content Management and Program and Project management of Large capital projects in India, the Middle East and now in the US. Across his 22 years in the IT Industry, he has endeavored to bring to customers and partners newer ways of working by using innovative technology solutions that facilitate a heightened scale of Efficiency and Agility. At Microsoft for a decade now, Frank has led various teams across Channel Engagement, Solution Sales and Marketing.
He has been a speaker at various Industry events across geographies and is absolutely excited at the humongous possibilities technology opens up today, for IT to be a business enabler more than ever before.
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