Avoiding the “too many projects” problem depends on a coherent portfolio management process for selecting and staffing projects. Whenever an organization initiates work requiring more money, staff, or other resources than are available, projects are a challenge to control and many inevitably fail.
An effective process for managing project portfolios at the organization level helps to ensure that the mix of current projects remains within its realistic resource limits.
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About the Instructor:
Tom Kendrick, MBA, PMP
Tom Kendrick (PMP) is a consultant and author. He recently retired as Program Director for the UC Berkeley Extension Project Management Curriculum. He is author of How to Manage Complex Programs, Identifying and Managing Project Risk, and other PM books. Tom has over 40 years of worldwide PM experience, with Hewlett Packard, Visa, DuPont, and GE. Tom holds a BSEE from Princeton University and an MBA from the Wharton School at Penn. He is past chapter president of the PMI Silicon Valley Chapter and an active PMI volunteer.
Meeting Leader: Kuntal Thakore, PMP, CSM
Business & Strategy: 2.0 PDU
PMI Silicon Valley Members: $5.00
Students & Veterans: Free (Please contact Meeting Leader for the discount code)
This event is a professional society meeting, held for the benefit of its members. The Plan Ahead registration fee paid is based on the registrant's ability to commit to attendance, ahead of time. The Plan Ahead registration fee will not be refunded for any reason, other than event cancellation, after normal business hours (5:00 PM, Pacific) on the registration deadline day. The PMI - Silicon Valley Chapter reserves the right to make last minute changes to program content and speakers, as circumstances dictate.
|Event End Date||06-09-2021|
|Cut off date||06-08-2021|