October 2018 Chapter Meeting

October 16, 2018
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Doubletree by Hilton Syracuse
6301 State Route 298 (off Carrier Circle)
East Syracuse, NY 13057
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What does Project Governance mean?

According to the PMBOK, project governance is an “oversight function that is aligned with the organization's governance model and encompasses the project life cycle,” How important is the concept of aligned, as contrasted with what many organizations do, duplicate their business governance model with their project governance model.

Business governance is running the business; project governance is changing the business. During this meeting we will discuss some best practices, case studies, and opportunities for you to bring to your department with an eye to having the right person make decisions, at the right time, and in the interest of the project.

What is the role of the PMO in project or business governance?"

Discussion topics for the meeting will be:

  1. Does the PMO just develop policy and procedures?
  2. Does it do the above plus lead, advocate, train, and support PM resources before, during, and after projects?

The meeting will be a facilitated discussion led by:

  • James Stewart
  • Joseph Kelly
  • Rich Fifield

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

James Stewart is a Solutions Delivery Manager with Telligen, a health informatics and systems integration company headquartered in West Des Moines, IA.  He is currently leading various nationally-scoped systems development projects that include the functional areas of information technology, project management, production operations, customer service and support.  Prior to joining Telligen, James held leadership positions at AmerisourceBergen as Director of Integration Engineering and Cardinal Health as Customer/Implementation Manager.  He is a member of Health Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS), participated on its Pharmacy Informatics Task Force and co-authored a guidance document titled "Cost, Benefits, and Unintended Consequences of Automating the Pharmacy Medication Cycle in Acute Care Settings".  James is also a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI).  James holds an MS in Information Management from Syracuse University, supported by a BS in Computer Science from Utica College of Syracuse University.  His professional certifications include ITIL Foundation, Scrum Master (CSM), and Project Management Professional (PMP).