Webinar Event Date: 20 April 2023
Event Time: 18:30 CET
Dr. Robert Joslin, CEng, IEEE, ACE, PMP®, PgMP®, PfMP®, is a
management consultant/instructor and the founder of AIPMO. He is a professor at SBS Swiss Business School, responsible for the MSc and DBA programs in “Strategy, Project Leadership, and PMO Management.”
Robert has more than 25 years of experience in designing, initiating, and international program management delivery of large-scale organizational transformation, reengineering, infrastructure, and strategy development. Robert has designed and implemented hundreds of PMOs and during this time evolved the PMO-specific methodology that formed the basis of AIPMO’s PMO strategic lifecycle framework. Robert has published books, book chapters, and research papers. He is a peer reviewer for three project management journals and is in the process of co-authoring AIPMO’s Body of Knowledge (BoK), which comprises several books.
What are Principles
Relationship between Principles values, culture and behavior
Use of principles in governance
Organizational Project Management and the use of principles
PMO principles and PMO Service Principles
Why two books on principles – ‘Organizational, Portfolio, Program and Project Principles’ and ‘PMO Principles and Service Principles’
Overview of the “Organizational, Portfolio, Program and Project Principles” book
Questions and Answers
In this webinar, we will explore the concept of principles and their importance in organizational project management, including projects, programs, and portfolios. We will delve into the relationship between principles, values, behavior, and culture, and how principles are used in decision-making.
Get an overview of AIPMO’s sister books - PMO Principles and PMO Services Principles and Organizational, Portfolio, Program, and Project Principles - and learn how principles set the foundations for PMO management and impact they make on organizations, portfolio, program, and projects.
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