Santa Clara, Calif. (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
Instantis, the leading provider of cloud-optimized Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) software used by IT and business process leaders to improve strategy execution through more effective work and resource management, will lead a major Webinar event next week entitled “The Ultimate Guide to Business-Driven PMO Success.” The Webinar will take place at 10:30AM CST on April 11, 2012. Interested participants can register here.
Please join Instantis vice president of marketing, Wayne Caccamo, and Info-Tech Research Group senior research analyst, Barry Cousins, as they discuss what it will take for your PMO to play a strategic and even transformational role in your company’s survival and success. Attendees are eligible to earn one Project Management Institute (PMI) category B PDU.
According to Instantis, staying the course, even with consistently strong operational performance, is no longer good enough to compete and survive in a world characterized by rapid change. As a result, speed and agility with respect to business-strategy course adjustment and execution capabilities is mission-critical. Further, since strategic projects and programs are the agents of change within an organization, business-driven PMOs -- charged with enabling or delivering successful transformational projects and programs -- can make the difference between thriving organizations and those that fail to survive.
“The problem is that PPM initiatives and PMOs don’t have a consistent track record of success,” said Mr. Caccamo. “Their failures can be traced to an inability to align PPM along six key dimensions of success. This presentation will define and contrast business-driven PMOs with traditional PMOs, describe the six critical business-alignment dimensions and offer some suggestions on how to get started with a business-driven PMO system.”
Instantis is a leading provider of on-demand project portfolio management software used by IT and business process leaders to improve strategy execution through more effective work and resource management. Leading global corporations like Abbott, Baxter, Credit Suisse, DuPont, Lilly, National Grid and Xerox rely on a single system called EnterpriseTrack to fulfill the distinctive requirements of their strategic project portfolios such as Enterprise PMO, IT, New Product Development, and Lean Six Sigma.