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The Complexities of Enterprise Project Management Today

Don't miss this exclusive digital roundtable discussion.

We are pleased to announce that we are taking our Breakfast roundtable from the Ivy into your living rooms and making it digital!

Join us for breakfast where you will have the opportunity to join in practical discussions on the key issues facing the modern project management professional today. To keep the conversation fluid and manageable, we are limiting each roundtable to 15 participants. Each roundtable will last 30 minutes and is designed to facilitate energetic and engaging discourse. We look forward to your participation!

Roundtable Dates 

Roundtable 1
Topic: PPM, Digital Transformation & The Role of Mastering a Business-Agile Mindset
Chaired by: Neil Derbyshire
Oct 6th | 08:00am - 09:00am

Roundtable 2
Topic: How Adaptive PPM Will Help You Navigate the Pandemic Successfully
Chaired by: Steve Colomey
Oct 8th | 08:00am - 09:00am

The changing landscape and what we know...

COVID – We have all been affected by the changing nature of how we work and execute on a daily basis. Businesses now need to be more agile than ever in the face of unprecedented market conditions

Changing Culture - PMO’s in most enterprises are now emerging as drivers of change with a ripple-effect that reaches the entire organization

Strategy - PMO’s have gone beyond a traditional self-contained operation to wider corporate strategy

Visibility - Project roadmaps & tailored dashboards are key to showing project progress rather than employing the use of legacy tools such as Microsoft Excel and Project

Process - Regularly conducting project health reviews that provide a realistic picture of project progress.


Why you should attend?

Our breakfast sessions will highlight the reality of today’s disruptive and complex project environment and challenge the existing beliefs of how we deal with it. These roundtables are designed to provide you with a new lens and a different perspective to deal with today’s uncertain project environment, through learning from your peers. Managing projects and strategic initiatives requires a new way of thinking and next generation agility. Apply timely leadership insights and practical ideas that you can implement straight away in your project environment.


Roundtable Facilitators

 

Neil Derbyshire
Account Executive
Clarizen


STEVE COLOMEY
Account Executive
Clarizen



Mark Bojeun
Ph.D., PgMP, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-RMP

Dr. Bojeun is the author of “Program Management Leadership: Creating Successful Team Dynamics” and has more than 25 years of experience in providing strategic management and leadership through portfolio, project and program management. His experience includes developing and managing multi-million dollar portfolios, facilitating the achievement of strategic objectives and creating best practice processes for program and project management offices (PMO). Dr. Bojeun is the Director, Program Management at Skyline Technologies Solutions (www.skylinenet.net) and speaks around the globe on leadership, team building, emotional intelligence and program/project management.

VP, Global Human Resources, Clarizen

As VP of Global HR at Clarizen, Bev Rubin leads Human Resources with a purpose that People will give the company its’ competitive advantage. Bev joined Clarizen from Electronics for Imaging Inc., a worldwide leader in digital imaging technologies with 50 offices globally and where she led worldwide HR teams who delivered rapid change through the business resulting in operational efficiencies and attraction and retention of key talent. Prior to EFI, Inc., Bev led the HR Centers for Expertise at Space Systems/Loral, a global leader in delivering next generation spacecraft and communication systems.
Suzanne Rudnitzki
Chief Operating Officer, Smarsh

Suzanne is the Chief Operating Officer at Smarsh. In this role, Suzanne is actively working to implement growth strategies and systems for the organization. She is responsible for the strategies and operations that support people, their environment, systems, and their security. Specific departments include Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, Learning and Development, Workplace Services, Total Rewards, IT, MIS, Info Sec and Legal. She is also responsible for the operationalization of mergers and acquisitions.

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