Organizer: Singapore Project Management Institute
Topic : Project Management: Projects, Prediction and Performance
Time, Venue and Date : 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM, West Hall, B2; 15-Nov. 2011
Synopsis: We make our living by projects performing. The pressure for project managers to deliver more than ‘on time, to budget’ continues to increase, while the voice of the business loudly demands more from projects as funds get scarcer and scarcer. This has implications to us both as individual project managers and as a profession.
Joanne Flinn, practitioner and author of the best selling “Success Healthcheck for IT Projects’ (Wiley 2010)” and columnist at MIS Asia brings us recent insights from Oxford University and advances in project management in complex business environments.
In this dynamic, engaging presentation, you will find out:
- The real return on projects and the implications this has to us as Project Managers
- How to spot projects that are likely to fail (or succeed)
- Why rejection might be good for you (or your project sponsor)
- What two methods have saved $100 million dollar projects $30 million (how you can too!)
- The one thing you must have to turn your project around