Strengthen PMO capability & visibility to deliver optimal organisational outcomes
Conference Date
19th - 21st February, 2020
Location
Sydney Boulevard Hotel
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Overview

Building PMO capability to improve organisational outcomes
Today strategy moves faster than ever before and as a result, the PMO is turning to a more collaborative process to develop strategic plans that ensure alignment between project goals and organisational objectives. 

Join us at Criterion’s 7th PMO Leadership Forum to explore successful case studies on identifying, measuring and communicating your PMO value. You will learn strategies to enhance project delivery, gain buy-in from your executive teams and improve PMO visibility. This event will give you the tools to shift from a reporting to a strategic role and lead organisational transformation.

How did our attendees benefit at our previous PMO Leadership Forum?
  • 95% would recommend this conference to their industry peers
  • 93% referred to the event as excellent platform to address challenges & create viable strategies
  • 90% appreciated the many networking opportunities
Who will attend?
Senior leaders from across the public & private sector with responsibilities of:
  • Manager / Director, Project Management Office (PMO)
  • Manager / Director, Portfolio Management Office
  • Manager / Director, Program Management Office
  • Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO)
  • Director Projects, Programs, Portfolios
  • Chief Project Officer
  • Value Management Office
  • Enterprise Project Management Office
  • Strategic Project Management
  • IT

  • Attend to learn:

    • Implement a PMO framework to adapt to change
    • Align the PMO with organisational strategies
    • Leverage digital transformation & data analytics to improve decision making
    • Get Agile right & aligned
    • Encourage IT & PMO collaboration
    • Build PMO capability & visibility
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    Key Speakers

    Julia Checchia
    Program Delivery Manager - Federal Government Agency &
    President Sydney Chapter - PMI
    Steve Cooper
    Deputy Executive Director, Development & Program Investment
    Transport for NSW
    Faheem Jafar
    Regional PMO Director
    Mastercard
    Josef Oduwo
    Chief Information Officer & Program Director
    Mornington Peninsula Shire

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    What People Are Saying

    • “This was a great conference to attend, that provided me with some valuable insights into how to improve our PMO. All the speakers were terrific, topics were relevant and it was just what I needed for where we are today. Thank you.”

      Geoff Chessells
      Investment Sponsor, Essential Energy, 6th PMO Conference 2019

    Blog

    • Date: 9 Sep 2019  By: Louise Gardner, Managing Director, Pledge Consulting

      Organisations make investment trade off decisions every day. Assuming resources are scarce (cost/people/equipment…), decisions must be made about which projects (or investments) should be the priority. One answer to this is that the projects that return the most financial value should be done first, but there is also a need to consider which projects will …

    • Date: 21 May 2019  By: Louise Gardner, Managing Director, Pledge Consulting

        Over the last few years we’ve worked with a number of government departments (state and federal), and large corporations who have engaged us to help develop their project management capability in various ways. Often, we find ourselves looking at the way organisations manage project risk and trying to ascertain if risks are being effectively …

    • Date: 6 Jan 2019  By: Ash Natesh

          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. Andy Almenara is Head of PMO at SBS and is responsible for strategy development, project delivery, and portfolio …

    • 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 …

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