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Conference Presentation

Characteristics of Next Generation Project Management

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Program and Project Management (PM) can be traced back to the Pyramid of Giza. The evolution of methodology and process has been driven by private and public sector with notable milestones, yet today we continue to struggle with the basics of delivering to expectation, on time and on budget. The challenge for companies operating in a services-based industry is compounded by the pressures to stay lean with low margins while reacting quickly and accurately to RFPs/Proposals, delivering on what is inevitably a moving target with regard to business drivers, technology and client expectations. Traditional PM is not working. How successfully we are able to adapt and integrate PM into the fabric and culture of our offerings may be our greatest opportunity to differentiate those who succeed (and those who do not) in our services-based industry. This session will discuss:

  • Historical: A brief overview of origins and history of the art and science 
  • Current State: Where we have evolved to from a current best practice perspective.
  • Today's Challenge: The Problem Statement to be addressed.
  • Next Generation: How are we planning for the future. What are the experts telling us?


Presented By:

Steve Royall

Director, National PMO, Compugen

Publish Date: October 21, 2013

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