PMI New Jersey Chapter
PMINJ 2006 March Meeting

21 March 2006 - Edison - Pines Manor


PDP Information

Program Number: C020-21032006
Enhancing PMO Effectiveness through the 5x5 Process
Category Type: 3 
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10 
Process: 06
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30 
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 0.0
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 1.5


David will be discussing Sogeti's model of best practices for the design and implementation of Project Management Offices called the '5x5 Approach'.  This set of best practices identifies five specific initiatives across five key PMO support areas:  Knowledge Management, Business Management, Methods Management, Risk Management and Resource Management.  There are 25 specific best practices identified in the seminar that can raise the business value of any PMO.

This presentation will answer the following questions:
  • Are you looking to improve the benefits of your Program Management Office (PMO)?
  • What business benefits are achievable through more effective project management?
  • What can you do to get better results with the same people and budget?
  • How can EPM tools, such as Microsoft Project Server enable the implementation and operation of all 25 initiatives?
This discussion will also provide examples of how PMO successes are achieved, the attributes of value-enhancing PMOs, and how to address the gap between your PMO today and where it could be in the future.

Enhancing PMO effectiveness will help you to reduce business risk related to projects, focus efforts on valid requirements and stop 'scope-creep', and identify deficiencies in your current project management approach.  It will also improve credibility in the eyes of your customers, utilize resources more efficiently, create a positive culture around project management, and enable your organization to capture best practices and promote a learning environment.


David M. Sides, PMP, Vice President - Sogeti USA, LLC

Mr.  Sides has been a PMP since 1999 and has over 20 years in IT, domestic and international Program and Project Management, and Business Process Improvement consulting across multiple verticals, including Financial, Banking, Insurance, Pharmaceutical, Telecommunications, Automotive, and Transportation. He is a specialist in developing and implementing PMOs, project, program, and portfolio process improvement programs, project management curriculum creation and delivery. Additionally, he is a developer and trainer in OPM3 ProductSuite; and will be certified as an Assessor and Consultant this month. David is also a Creator and facilitator of a highly-successful PMP Prep Program that has produced over 150 PMPs.

Other Meetings:

Career Networking LCI

Topic: Talk to Strangers! 

The PMI Networking Group session on Tuesday March 21 at the Pines Manor in Edison will feature an interactive participatory workshop that will allow you to practice networking.  The session starts at 5:30pm, before the Chapter meeting.

The workshop will be led by Barbara Fuller, a member of the Networking group, and president of Process and Project Solutions Inc.

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