PMiA - Choosing the right projects
Name: PMiA - Choosing the right projects
Date: May 27, 2019
Time: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EST
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Choosing the Right Projects
All organisations should have a long term plan. Where do you want the organisation to be in 3 years’ time?
As we all know, managing projects is hard and risky work. If you are going to do projects, you had better make sure that they move you closer to where you want to be at the end of your plan, to justify the effort.
No matter how small or large your organisation, resources are limited. It is critical to use those resources only on projects that align with your strategy.
How are you going? Are you choosing your projects or are they choosing you?
Come along as we discuss some simple processes, tools and techniques to ensure that you maximise the alignment of the projects that you undertake.
Mark Guiney has over 25 years of industry experience including executive roles as a National Manager in Network operations and HR consultant on a major outsourcing in Telstra. He has established and managed Business Operations groups for Swinburne University of Technology and VETtrak and undertaken Business Development roles for Training organisations in both the Public and Private Sectors.
He has always enjoyed Project management and as a Program/Project manager has successfully delivered projects ranging from smaller technology solutions through to large building, system, outsourcing and organisational change programs.
Mark has also managed his own company Consulting in PM methodology, development of PM learning content (physical and online) and delivery of hundreds of training workshops in Project management and Business Leadership and innovation.
Mark holds a Master Degree in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and has a particular interest in the development of processes to identify, nurture and implement innovative, business concepts.
Mark currently works in Albury as the Tafe Services Manager for the Border region of NSW TAFE which includes Corowa, Finley and Deniliquin.