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PMINJ 2012 Symposium 

26th Annual Symposium

07 May 2012

Edison - Pines Manor

Sunday Seminar

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Previous Symposium

Introduction

“Strategic Project Management (SPM)” spans the gap between organizational strategy and business results. Long-term success of modern organizations will depend on integrating project management into the organization’s strategic planning initiatives. The SPM approach includes conventional project management practices, and employs additional tools to better deliver the organization’s chosen strategy. SPM extends the project management focus beyond meeting the classic triple constraint (schedule, cost and quality) to better achieve key organizational goals like customer satisfaction, penetration to a new market, increasing market share, long term growth etc.  Applying the concepts of SPM would elevate Project Management practices into a source of competitive advantage.

 To be successful, the PM community needs a new mindset that will align project management with an organization’s strategic objectives to improve business performance. Project Managers (PMs) with a strategic mindset are concerned about linking projects with broader programs / portfolios.

 PMINJ invites you to learn more about SPM at their May 2012 Annual Symposium.  This symposium will help you:

  • Understand your organization’s strategy and the value your project provides
  • Learn to translate strategic intent into executable projects and purposeful actions.
  • Provide practical tools to link projects to big-picture strategic intent
  • Consider all the key factors needed for success using Systems and Strategic Thinking.
  • Develop clear project plans and committed project teams
  • Manage projects more strategically


Proceedings

PDP Information

Sunday:
Program Number: C020-06052012 
Program Title:  Gaining the Strategic Project Management Edge
PDUs: 4 
Category Type: A 
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)

0.0 - Leadership
2.0 - Strategic
2.0 - Technical

Monday:
Program Number: C020-05072012
Program Title: Strategic Project Management
PDUs: 8
Category Type: A
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)

4.75 - Leadership
2.25 - Strategic
7.0 - Technical


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