The 4th
Bringing together public & private sector project, program, portfolio managers to boost capability & deliver agile improvement
Conference Date
14th - 17th August 2018
Location
Victoria University City Convention Centre, Melbourne
Early Bird - Save $500
Book by 08/06/18

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Adapting to change, strengthening capabilities & driving PMO excellence

The role of a PMO needs to rapidly evolve to keep up with the accelerating landscape. A more fluid and modern approach is required to tackle challenges caused by disruptive technologies, digitalisation and new methodologies. In this fast-moving environment a certain mindset, set of skills, and management style is needed to move with changing times.

The 2018 PMO Leadership Conference will feature real-life, best-practice case studies with strong cross-industry references. It aims to create a sound platform for all sectors to come together under one roof to collaborate with like-minded peers, addressing key challenges, and how to effectively adapt to the changing project management landscape.

This conference will focus on

  • How to adapt and prove value and react to change
  • Building workforce competencies and capabilities to extend longevity
  • Linking benefits realisation to organisational outcomes
  • The toolset required for PMO sustainability and career progression
  • Improving stakeholder engagement and gaining executive sponsorship
  • Aligning project delivery with strategic performance

Who will attend?

Representatives from public and private sector PMOs who are Directors, Managers, Executives and Heads of:

  • Project, Program, Portfolio Management Office
  • Enterprise Project Management Office
  • Capital, Business, Strategic Projects
  • Project, Program, Portfolio Management & Delivery
  • Project Planning, Governance & Performance
  • Organisational Transformation & Change Management
  • Compliance

Attend to learn:

  • Adapt to business trends and the rate of disruption
  • Strengthen workforce capabilities
  • Improve stakeholder engagement
  • Align benefits realisation to organisational outcome