A required capability for effective and efficient portfolio management is having structured data to make decisions about which projects to undertake, to assess project execution, and to identify overall trends. This presentation will discuss the State’s Enterprise Project Management Office implementation of decision point workflows throughout the project lifecycle to monitor project execution and enable better project portfolio related decisions. This discussion will include an explanation of the weekly measures (CPI, SPI, decision points) used in the State’s Project Online implementation, as well as a description of dashboard and portfolio analysis tools and techniques.
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Speaker: Glenn Poplawski
Glenn Poplawski, PMP, MBA, CGCIO, heads the State of North Carolina’s Department of Information Technology Solutions Delivery Division, which includes the Enterprise Project Management Office, the DIT Project Management Office, Business Analysis Services, Solutions Architecture Services, Software Quality Assurance Services, Digital Commons Services and several general government CIO’s. Prior to coming to work for the State of North Carolina, he worked for various private companies including: IBM, a systems integration firm, an Internet startup bought by CMGI, the former Anderson Consulting, and as a consultant to various private companies and public agencies. This work included managing client relationships and engagements, managing the operations of critical business systems, guiding the implementation of large-scale system development projects, and contributing with the senior team to develop the local business strategy and operational model.
|Event Date||03-14-2018 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||03-14-2018 7:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||01-31-2018 12:00 am|
|Cut off date||03-14-2018 10:00 pm|
|Technical PDU Hours||1.0|
|Location||Cardinal Solutions Group|