February Monthly Meeting: The Agile PMO

February 25, 2016 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Newton Marriott Hotel
2345 Commonwealth Avenue
Auburndale, MA 02466
$72 members (Early); $90 members (Regular); $120 non-members
Kate Carroll

This monthly meeting features Michael Nir, President of Sapir Consulting, who will present on the topic of The Agile PMO – practical value driven change leadership in projects and portfolios:

Conclusive research findings inform us that many PMOs are disbanded in two years. Yet; we repeat the same mistakes in our PMO implementations – wasting money, resources and time. In this presentation we focus on the value driven PMO as an integrator, enabler, differentiator, and change agent in business, development and the organization in general.

We analyze the essential model for PMO value enablement which answers:
• What is the strategic role of the value driven PMO in business;
• How to ensure effective streamlined delivery;
• How to effectively select and prioritize opportunities;
• How to manage resource allocation.

Key take away – a PMO must deliver value constantly. Value isn’t template, tools and processes…rather it is the ability to finish the right projects faster.

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Michael Nir, President of Sapir Consulting, is a management consultant, Agile coach, speaker and author. He has been helping organizations overcome business challenges and deliver value, for over 16 years. Michael is passionate about Gestalt theory and practice, which complements his civil and industrial engineering background and contributes to his understanding of individual and team dynamics in business. Michael has authored best-sellers on Influencing, Agile, Teams, and Leadership.

Michael’s experience includes significant know-how in the telecoms, hi-tech, banking, R&D environments and petrochemical & infrastructure industries. He develops creative and innovative solutions in Agile project and product management, process improvement, leadership, and team building.

Michael’s professional background is analytical and technical; however, he has a keen interest in human interactions and behaviors. He holds two engineering degrees from the prestigious Technion Institute of Technology: a Bachelor of civil engineering and Masters of Industrial engineering. He has balanced his technical side with the extensive study and practice of Gestalt Therapy and “Instrumental Enrichment,” a philosophy of mediated learning. In his consulting and training engagements, Michael integrates the engineering technical world with interpersonal dynamics, delivering unique and meaningful solutions.

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