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No matter how major or how critical is the challenge, Project Management Transformation with the right approach enables companies to successfully reinvent themselves and succeed with a better synchronized set of resources: people, processes, and technology.

Encouraging project delivery excellence across the organization helps create a strategic value chain that gives companies an edge on their competitors. Looking for a way to stay ahead of the pack in today’s competitive and chaotic global economy, companies are turning to project management to consistently deliver business results.

Leading organizations across sectors and geographic borders have been steadily embracing project management helping streamline their delivery process, cut costs and sidestep risks, enabling them to implement stronger project management practices critical for the future.

StarPMO, a global project management consulting firm, has expertise in both design and implementation of the most advanced research based project management initiatives across a wide spectrum of industries, domains and functions.

Our mission is to help organizations develop visionary, creative, strategic, collaborative and highly effective project leaders capable of producing outstanding performance.

Importance of Project Management

Looking for a way to stay ahead of the pack in today’s competitive and chaotic global economy, companies are turning to project management to consistently deliver business results. Disciplined project management starts at the portfolio level, where the strategic vision drives initial investments and where value measures are established.

Leading organizations across sectors and geographic borders have been steadily embracing project management as a way to control spending and improve project results. With little room for error and fewer resources to rely on, project management expertise and oversight is helping organizations streamline their delivery process, cut costs and sidestep risks, enabling them to implement stronger project management practices for the future.

According to IDC survey, “20-25% of projects fail and 53% are at risk of failure”. For a project with 10 member team based in Asia, a delay translates into loss of one lakh per day. Due to lack of complete awareness about project management, companies are undergoing tremendous loss each day.

One Day Enterprise Project Management Seminar Workshops

StarPMO has excellent track record at ensuring that your project managers not only get certified but also are able to improve the outcomes of the projects. This requires significant change management efforts to address various aspects of the learning. Our seminar series are a great way to increase the positive outcomes to your organization of your efforts in project management learning. Some of the popular seminars we hold regularly are listed below.

Debunking misconceptions surrounding successful project managers, this work by Andy Crowe builds upon a landmark survey of more than 800 project managers from around the world to highlight the traits that make them stand out in the minds of their teams, senior managers, customers, and stakeholders. Through in-depth interviews and discussions, the common attributes of these elite project managers—from character and beliefs to organizational approaches—are uncovered and help to explain their achievements. Painstakingly researched, this guide offers key insights by providing multiple perspectives on the character makeup of the world’s most successful project managers. Our Speakers will illustrate what makes great project managers with easy illustrations and case studies.

The One Page Project Manager for IT Projects: How to manage any project in a simple and easy way presents you with a winning formula for managing your complex IT projects using minimal resources. Coverage of vital topics like working with outside consultants, ERP project management, and ISO 9000 will be of special interest to IT managers and CIOs. Many important aspects relevant to real world projects will be covered by the speakers during this session.

The speakers will provide your audience with great tips on estimation, requirements gathering, managing change, and more. What makes software projects succeed? It takes more than a good idea and a team of talented programmers. A project manager needs to know how to guide the team through the entire software project. There are common pitfalls that plague all software projects and rookie mistakes that are made repeatedly—sometimes by the same people! Avoiding these pitfalls is not hard, but it is not necessarily intuitive. Luckily, there are tried and true techniques that can help any project manager. Our speakers will help your audience learn these skills in the most effortless manner possible.

This seminar is based on the excellent insights developed by Fred Brooks. With a blend of software engineering facts and thought-provoking opinions our speakers offer insight for anyone managing complex projects. Large programming projects suffer management problems different from small ones due to the division of labor; that the conceptual integrity of the product is therefore critical; and that it is difficult but possible to achieve this unity. Our speakers will show with practical illustrations and case studies on how to improve the estimation skills of your managers and front line pre-sales teams.

PERT stands for Program Evaluation And Review Technique, and is a statistical tool used in project management. In design, it is built to understand and signify tasks involved in a specific project given to the user. It found fame after being extensively used by the US Navy in the 1950s.

Critical Path Method or CPM, is another tool often used in combination with PERT as an algorithm for scheduling project activities. CPM was developed by Morgan R. Walker and James E. Kelley in the late 1950s. It is now commonly used in a lot of fields, especially those involving engineering and construction requirements.

StarPMO speakers will highlight and detail the two basic necessities for the completion of a project, Material Resources and Manpower Resources. Our speakers will illustrate the three objectives in any project, the optimal tradeoff between elapsed time, minimum and timely utilization of resources, and minimum capital investment.

Research indicates that emotional intelligence (EI) accounts for an astonishing 70-80 percent of management success. Technical expertise just isn't enough anymore: project managers need strong interpersonal skills and the ability to recognize emotional cues in order to lead their teams to success. Our speakers introduce the audience to all facets of EI and shows how emotions can be leveraged to meet project goals. They'll learn how to: - Set the tone and direction for the project - Communicate effectively - Motivate, inspire, and engage their team - Encourage flexibility and collaboration - Deal productively with stress, criticism, and change - Establish the kind of high morale that attracts top.

Project managers need to delegate some of their work so that they have time to focus on the things that require their expertise. But it’s not easy to do. Delegating Work quickly walks the audience through the fundamentals of -

  • Establishing a productive environment
  • Assigning the right work to the right people
  • Conducting an effective hand-off meeting
  • Monitoring without micromanaging

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Methods and process are important in project management, but knowing how to use them is even more so. As a project manager one can increase your effectiveness most by developing soft skills, recognizing that finesse can be more effective than force. Once developed, they will find that these skills are transferable across project types and whole industry sectors. StarPMO speakers will illustrate the application of NLP to develop competencies - better equipping them to communicate across cultures, reframe problems, manage stakeholder groups, resolve conflicts, motivate teams and become an even better leader.

  • Uses NLP as a practical and effective method of developing soft skills
  • Demonstrates tools to create flexibility and change behavior
  • Covers language and behavior patterns and cultural context
  • Teaches how to lead, motivate and influence others

Asking tough questions about the current state of project management, The 12 Pillars of Project Excellence: A Lean Approach to Improving Project Results provides groundbreaking techniques to achieve excellence in project leadership that can result in six sigma type results or failure-free projects. It unveils novel solutions and breakthrough concepts including project culture analysis, the five powers of project leadership, the power of visualization, the science of simplicity, dynamic risk leadership, and dynamic project failures analysis to help you chart the most efficient path to the pinnacle of project leadership. Our speakers will walk you through the fundamentals of these series and help your audience to improve their projects performance.


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