PMBOK® - Making it work

Thursday 11 May 2006

6.00pm for 6.30pm

Peter Gammon, Senior Consultant at Contact to ContRact

Herbert Collins Building, HC024, Southampton Solent University, East Park Terrace. Map

Organised by the BCS Project Management Group, with BCS Quality SG and BCVS Hampshire Branch

The PMBOK® from the Project Management Institute (PMI) captures knowledge from the project management profession that is “generally recognised as best practice”. Interpreting this knowledge into a real approach or methodology that meets the needs of your business and its customers is the challenge you face.

Developing a scalable methodology that demonstrates the professionalism and control of your company, whilst not becoming a hindrance to the achievement of the project goal, is fundamental to your success.

This presentation explores the knowledge areas of PMBOK®, identifying the components that contribute to a scalable approach to delivery, and which integrate the sales and support functions of your business.

Effective transformation of the knowledge into a practical approach will enable you to improve customer relationships and satisfaction.

Peter Gammon, Senior Consultant at Contact to ContRact, has over sixteen years’ experience of the IT and technology industry in both the ERP and CRM sectors. His special areas of expertise are professional services delivery, operations and customer service. His management record covers all stages of the business cycle including strategic planning, product development, account management, people management, customer service, consultancy and project management.

span style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: x-small;">Peter is currently working for a global storage customer implementing a customised project management methodology that is based on the principles of PMI. Peter has also recently enhanced Contact to ContRact’s ExecKIT® to embody PMI’s PMBOK®. ExecKIT® encapsulates IT and technology company best practice providing a coordinated approach to commercial project management.

Peter is a member of the Project Management Institute and is PRINCE2 accredited.

This meeting is free, and is CPD assessed.