This presentation will introduce the three
levels of enterprise process maturity:
Come and learn about how process, people,
and technology can transform any organization by focusing on the "how"
rather than only the "what". PMI’s PMBOK is an example of the "how".
It provides guidelines. Now, imagine PMBOK coming alive as actionable
and repeatable steps on a daily basis. Imagine these steps getting
better with team input and constant improvement. Also, imagine other
process areas like value management, security process, and quality assurance
coming alive as we drive better methods that can be both flexible and repeatable.
The presenter, Paul Dandurand, will take a look at the three levels of
maturity and how they relate to business goals such as reducing costs,
increasing revenues, or staying out of trouble. In addition, he will
demonstrate how the PIEmatrix technology provides the missing link with
Chaos: there is no process, people do
their own things, some know what to do and others don't.
Order: knowledge, people, and technology
are starting to integrate, people are sharing, it is not only documented
but used with technology for day-to-day execution.
Alive!: process is not only integrated
but it is now organic and evolving with everyone's input.
Paul Dandurand is the founder and CEO of
PIEmatrix, an online enterprise project management software company with
a focus on process and knowledge. Paul has a strong background in
starting and growing companies. His extensive enterprise experience
comes from Ernst & Young (now Capgemini) and Siebel Systems.
Prior to starting PIEmatrix, he was co-founder
and co-president of Silicon Valley-based FocusFrame. He created new
services and established product process methodologies fostering the company's
differentiation. He also helped build relationships with major partners
and started the European practice. FocusFrame was sold to Hexaware
At PIEmatrix, Paul leads the team driving
innovation and delivering customer value. He holds a Bachelor of
Arts degree in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.
Topic: Networking Well is An Art
Participate in a facilitated session of
networking. We continue with our fast-paced program to teach networking,
expose you to career/business Opportunities and then allow you to Practice
what you have learned. Whether you are looking to land your
next job, advance your current career or simply meet new people, mastering
the art of networking is very important. Come and practice your networking