Enterprise Project Performance - The What, Why, the How


Apr 09
Are getting the most out of your PMO and delivery resources?


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Are getting the most out of your PMO and delivery resources?
 
Enterprise Project Performance (EPP) is a mindset that expands from improving outcomes of individual projects to one that also heavily considers achievement of business objectives for ALL projects within your organization. However, too often grand ideas evaporate into the status quo amidst complexity and naysayers. In this webinar, we explore WHY EPP is essential, WHAT an EPP solution requires, and HOW define a roadmap forto achieve consistent project success that makes both you and your organization a champion.
 

WHAT YOU'LL TAKE AWAY FROM THIS WEBINAR:

  • Identify the challenges to project and program succes​
  • Understand the systems and processes that will move you from backward to forward looking
  • Learn how you can reduce portfolio cost with better predictability by changing behaviours via transparency and measurement
  • Get an iterative, achievable roadmap to mature your organisation for better outcomes
  • Learn the differences between ERP vs EPP capabilities and benefits
  • Find out how you can get the most out ofimprove the efficiency and productivity of your PMO and delivery resources


​Members: $40 | Non Members: $80
CPD Points: 3

Please note this webinar will be held 10am - 11am AEST

Presenter:

Mark White
Mark’s career spans almost 30 years in engineering and construction project management/ and controls, software product strategy and development, IT management, and process and /systems consulting. Today, as Senior Vice President for Enterprise Project Performance at Hexagon PPM, Mark  leads the vision and strategy for the EcoSys EPP software platform and provides strategic advice to major organizations in multiple sectors in the selection and implementation of technologies toon technology to support capital projects. and turnaround/outage objectives. He takes great pride helping organizations to mature their project performance capabilities in order to achieve highly efficient predictability and control, and ultimately improve returns and margins from project investments. Mark and his team actively develop these capabilities, based on industry best practices, and help implement them within some of the world’s most prestigious companies.

Mark White