Delivering the right methodology for your PMO while ensuring stakeholder support
Conference Date
26th & 27th February 2019
Location
Sydney Boulevard Hotel
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Overview

How to drive change management & maintain support of stakeholders
The role of the PMO is one that frequently sees change. In recent years organisations have been adapting and evolving their management practices from traditional methodologies in keeping up to date with the changing landscape.

The 5th PMO Leadership Conference will address the advantages & disadvantages of contrasting methodologies, how to develop the maturity of your PMO or EPMO & how to best measure benefits realisation.

Key takeaways include
  • Identifying the right methodology for your PMO
  • Successful transitions from Waterfall to Agile
  • How to influence & achieve success through effective leadership
  • Understanding the role of the PMO
  • Enabling change management in projects through the PMO
  • Maturing your PMO/EPMO: The next stage

Who will attend?
Representatives from public & private sector PMOs who are Directors, Managers, Executives & Heads of:
  • Project, Program, Portfolio Management Office
  • Enterprise Project Management Office
  • Project, Program, Portfolio Management & Delivery
  • Organisational Transformation & Change Management

Attend to learn:

  • Identify the right methodology for your PMO
  • Implement a cultural change management strategy
  • Recognise, develop & measure benefits realisation
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Key Speakers

Julia Knapp
Head of Technology PMO
News Corp
Peter Moutsatsos
Chief Project Officer
Telstra
Erin Walton
Program Manager
Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
Jordan Sims
Strategic Advisor Organisation Relations
PMI

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What People Are Saying

  • “The presenters were from different industries which gave a very good insight to the different issues and benefits with real world examples on the topic of PMO/EPMO) and I have several key takeaways that will impact our organisation.”

    Joanne Watson
    Manager Program Integration and Development, City of Greater Geelong
  • “Thanks for an amazing conference with such high quality speakers. What really impressed me were the extra things like the speed networking and the interactive spotlight sessions. It made networking much easier.”

    Lydia Loriente
    Senior Records Analyst, Monash University

Blog

  • Date: 14 Nov 2018  By: Ash Natesh

    Benefits realisation management (BRM) provides organisations with a way to measure how projects and programs add true value to the enterprise. This BRM Framework works to help organizations effectively manage and realise project benefits. It provides a set of questions and good practices that project, program, and portfolio management professionals can use to help guide …

  • Date: 17 Jul 2017  By: Stephen Davies

    There are several reasons why an organisation might choose to take a systematic approach to benefits management. A methodical approach to benefits management can assist the project owner to clearly articulate the proposed problem or opportunity and achieve project outcomes. It can inform project investment decision-making and project design, and it can form the basis …

  • Date: 8 Jun 2017  By: Jordon Sims

    The demands of today’s rapidly changing global business environment present organisations with increasingly complex strategic and operational challenges. Staying competitive calls for the effective management of projects and programs, which drive all organisational change. Successful organisations recognise the benefits of disciplined project delivery: lower costs, greater efficiencies, improved customer and stakeholder satisfaction, and greater competitive …

  • Date: 29 May 2017  By: Brian Dixon

    In the past 10 years, I have been the lead on the establishment of three PMOs (Project Management Offices); two were in the private sector and I’m currently undertaking the third for a Public Sector organisation. When I first started this journey as a PM over 35 years ago, I was lost with no PM …

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