Type: Symposium Track Session Track: Project Management
Monday October 30 2:30pm to 3:30pm Credits: 1 PMI PDU - Strategic and Business Management
This session will examine the dream of the PPM model and the reality of PPMin the real world, showing what fails and what falls out of PPM in terms of funds, project scope objectives and requirements. This session examines why this happens and looks into possible solutions to bringing more focus and attention to PPM objectives and procedures. For PM's, Program Manager's, Project/Program Coordinator's, PPM Manager's, and all involved in the PPM model.
To show possible solutions to make PPM more useful to manage projects/programs.
To illustrate how it fails and why.
To show how the PPM model functions
Ian Frazer Sr. Project Manager, CGI I am a Senior Project Manager with a strong background in As-Is / To-Be projects, process development and improvement, experienced in network infrastructure (cabling to applications) and IRMP experience. ITIL (Foundation) training. Have worked for private & public clients, in staff & contract positions.
I have written 22 textbooks to date, mainly on IT technology subjects with two specifically on network design. I've been a Public Speaker for many years and was an Instructor of Network Design & Architecture at BCIT for 8 years. I bring the experience of designing, upgrading, &/or working on ~2,300 projects your doorstep.
Specialties: Process analysis and re-design, Network architecture, IT-related PM or BA work, Policy review and framework alignment.