Webinar This Week: 3 Strategies to Overcome Resource Management Challenges

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According to new research on the 2010 State of the PMO, from PM Solutions (http://www.pmsolutions.com), resource management is the single greatest challenge faced by PMOs (Project Management Offices) today. Whether organizations are dealing with resource contention issues, inadequate project management skills within the PMO, or unrealistic schedules and budgets, they need to identify and implement actionable steps over the next 12 months to be responsive to ever-evolving business demands. On Wednesday, May 26th at 2 pm ET, PM Solutions is delivering a free 60 minute webinar (with live Q&A), led by Kent Crawford, PMP, PMI Fellow and CEO of PM Solutions, to share insights on the three key strategies PMOs need to harness the power of their resources and create a sustainable, results-driven PMO culture geared for success.

According to new research on the 2010 State of the PMO, from PM Solutions (http://www.pmsolutions.com), resource management is the single greatest challenge faced by PMOs (Project Management Offices) today. Whether organizations are dealing with resource contention issues, inadequate project management skills within the PMO, or unrealistic schedules and budgets, they need to identify and implement actionable steps over the next 12 months to be responsive to ever-evolving business demands.

On Wednesday, May 26th at 2 pm ET, PM Solutions is delivering a free 60 minute webinar (with live Q&A), led by Kent Crawford, PMP, PMI Fellow and CEO of PM Solutions, to share insights on the three key strategies PMOs need to harness the power of their resources and create a sustainable, results-driven PMO culture geared for success.

Specifically, webinar attendees will learn how to:

  • Centralize resource management to obtain full visibility of work across the organization
  • Balance current needs with the development of internal staff
  • Optimize resource utilization in correlation to portfolio priorities
  • Ensure portfolio planning is aligned with resource skills and capacity
  • Leverage the PMO to create a results driven culture
  • Devise individual resource management action plan

The live event will take place on May 26th at 2:00 PM ET and is open to all organizations interested in improving their Project Management Offices. Registration is at:

http://pmsolutions.rallypointwebinars.com/course/webinar.php?id=35&source=PR2

Seating for the live event is limited and filling rapidly. However, all those who register will receive access to the on-demand version of the webinar following the event.

About the Speaker, Kent Crawford:

Kent Crawford is the founder and CEO of Project Management Solutions, Inc. (PM Solutions) and PM College. His experience spans more than twenty five years, where he has been responsible for the development of systems requirements and the functional design of integrated project management systems for a number of Fortune 500 organizations. He is the Former President and Chair of the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Mr. Crawford is also a recipient of the PMI Fellow Award, PMI's highest and most prestigious individual honor. A prolific speaker and advocate of the profession, he is also the award-winning author of The Strategic Project Office: A Guide to Improving Organizational Performance (for which he won a David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award from PMI), Optimizing Human Capital with a Strategic Project Office, and many other titles.

About PM Solutions:

PM Solutions (http://www.pmsolutions.com) is a project management firm helping organizations execute, govern, and measure their portfolios to improve business performance. We are the leader in applying project and portfolio management processes and practices to drive operational efficiency for our clients. Deploying PMOs and refining PMO operations is a key specialty of the firm. For more insights on PMOs and other project management topics, visit our website at http://www.pmsolutions.com.

“PMI” is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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