The role of the PMO is evolving to become a more strategic advisor to the business. How can you be prepared to take advantage of this trend? By learning how to view projects as business investments, and effectively integrate financial management controls and PPM. This approach helps the PMO proactively gauge the economic impact of poor project performance and take corrective actions.
Join this month’s Seattle MPUG and hear from UMT360 on strategies that can help achieve broader visibility for you and your PMO team, including:
- The use of better tools, eliminating the need for Excel and standardized investment governance controls across the PPM lifecycle
- Streamlining capital planning and building stronger business cases
- Automating financial tracking and variance analysis and move to an agile re-planning process
- Establishing a benefits realization framework
During this event, students will learn strategies to increase their visibility in the organization.
Greg Randal - Senior Vice President, Global Product Sales
As a 20+ year veteran executive in the software sales industry, Greg is an accomplished and results-oriented Sales Leader with a broad base of experience, achievement and contribution leading large, high performance sales team. He is a comfortably proficient C-Suite communicator who brings strategic decision-making strengths. He is a positive and energetic executive with an “always compete” attitude, employing a “lead from the front” style. He posses advanced team-building skills coupled with strong people development. He is an exceptional analytical, organizational and planning thinker. And finally, he brings a sound reputation for commitment to excellence and professionalism in leadership effectiveness, sales achievement, and business acumen.
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