Change is not a Choice (1)

PMOs: Change is Not a Choice - But it is a Challenge

Live panel webinar with Louise Gardner, Pedro Balsa & Stuart Easton

13 MARCH 2024 @ 21:00 GMT (08:00 AEDT / 14:00 PDT / 17:00 EDT)

Join us for an insightful webinar exploring how the PMO serves as a catalyst for organizational transformation.

We'll delve into how the PMO can enhance strategic decision-making by providing executive teams with concise updates via informative dashboards. Discover how this feedback loop empowers executives to drive successful transformation initiatives and foster a culture of continuous improvement within their organizations.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into the pivotal role of the PMO in driving organizational change. Register now!

If you can't make it to the live webinar, that's no problem - we'll send a recording of the session to everyone who registers.

About the Speakers: 

Louise Gardner

With more than 20 years experience of managing projects and PMOs, Louise Gardner is passionate about helping organisations build PM capability. As founder and managing director of Pledge Consulting, Louise's mission is simple yet powerful: to empower organisations to deliver value by optimising their project management practices.

Pedro Balsa

CEO of Leapman, a strategic consulting firm dedicated to the complete management of the project life cycle, Pedro Balsa is a specialist in digital transformation and the implementation of project, program and portfolio management. Pedro has extensive experience in international projects, having worked in 21 countries, and shares his knowledge serving as a member of the PMI-Madrid Advisory Council.

With Host Stuart Easton

As co-founder and CEO of TransparentChoice, Stuart Easton helps organizations align their projects and initiatives with strategic goals. He's also a speaker & blogger on the topics of project prioritization, portfolio management, decision-making, and strategic alignment.

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