Program Number: C020-17032015
Large Scale ERP Deployments using Microsoft Project Portfolio Management Solution
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 0.0
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 1.5
In this presentation, Alexander Rodov will
discuss the tactical advantage that PMOs must possess when
it comes to “Large Scale Deployments.” When so much is at
stake, are you willing to loosen up controls or yield
visibility to what is going on with your project? When you
have volatile scope definition multiplied by scale factor,
multi-national, or any other risk factor, we are dealing
with horizons that are hard to comprehend in just a singular
view. What is the best approach to manage something as
seemingly unmanageable like this? The course of action taken
needs to best utilize the resources that we have at hand:
namely People, Process and Tools. PMOs have failed to
successfully implement this known concept in many Fortune
500 Organizations which has led to numerous avoidable
missteps that have come at the cost of time and money. In
that regard, reinforcing the grounds for People, Processes
and Tools are paramount to PMO success.
We will dive deeper into the PPM Framework for Large Scale Enterprise Deployment Projects.
Alexander Rodov, Microsoft MVP, PMP, MCTS, CSM was awarded the distinguished Microsoft MVP in 2014. Over the past 12 years, he has specialized in assisting CIOs, CTOs, and PMO Directors with deployment of Microsoft's industry-leading Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution—including Project Server, Project Portfolio Server, and all closely-related Microsoft software.
In addition to consulting work in Enterprise Project Management, Alex has years of experience in program/project management, strategic planning, and executive staff roles for Fortune 500 companies.
Alex holds a Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. He has been a PMP since 2008, and is a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist as well as a Certified Scrum Master.
Topic: Meet & Greet
Topic: Networking for Success for Project Managers