Speaking the Language of Project Management
Topic: Speaking the Language of Project Management
Frequently we hear from clients, “We’d like you to help us mature our PMO, can you get us there in the next 3 – 6 months?” Why is it that organizations think they can fit maturity into their desired duration? This session will discuss the Project Management Journey and walk through the challenges and experiences every organization faces over time as their project delivery function matures. We established the Project Management Journey to help organizational leaders understand that it takes time to mature your PMO or Project Delivery function. One of the definitions of mature in the Merriam-Webster dictionary is; “of or relating to a condition of full development.” Each organization will have its own expectations for what full development means for their PMO but most likely it won’t be reached within 3-6 months.
About our Speaker:
Joe Pusz, PMO Joe is an internationally recognized leader in the Project Management and PMO community. He is a frequent Keynote Speaker, Author, and Project Management Innovator and was recently named one of the Top 8 PMO Influencers in the World by the PMO Global Alliance. He is the Founder and President of THE PMO SQUAD, a Phoenix-based PMO and Project Management Consulting firm serving clients across the United States.
He hosts the Project Management Office Hours Radio Show and Podcast, providing Project Management Leaders a voice within our community. In its 5th season, the show has over 40 million plays and downloads featuring guests worldwide. Joe is also Co-Founder of VPMMA, the Veteran Project Manager Mentor Alliance, a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization assisting Veterans seeking to transition into civilian Project Management careers.
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