07 Oct Enterprise Architecture and PPM
Do your Enterprise Architecture and PPM Strategies align with your desired business and technology investments?
In order to translate business and technology strategies into execution, Enterprise Architecture has to link the desired outcomes to the delivered outcomes. This overview provides insight into how Project Architecture plays a crucial role in the project life-cycle, in the elimination of risks, acceleration of execution, and delivering realized value. It covers the inter-dependencies and the value proposition of Enterprise Architecture (EA) and the PMO collaborating to drive better business investments and outcomes.
Do you recognize the crucial role Enterprise Architecture and PPM have in improving collaboration to drive better business outcomes?
Learn in this recorded webinar the following key topics:
- Defining the business value proposition of EA and PPM
- Eliminating project risks
- Accelerating project execution
- Managing project and architecture inter-dependencies
- Delivering realized value
- Improving collaboration of Architecture and PMO
Jean Gehring is a distinguished advisor in Technology Transformation Services for fortune 500 and fast growth companies. Partnering with a trusted network of industry experts and global vendors she brings unique strengths to clients engaged in moving their IT capabilities into actionable and sustainable operations. Ms. Gehring helps clients realize business value by focusing on the key business outcomes gained through transforming their management of IT investments, activities and services. Jean is actively involved in research to bridge the gap between business alignment and IT management efficiencies.
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