In this webinar, Americo Pinto will provide insights on innovative practices and approaches to create or redesign PMOs with a focus on generating practical and recognized value for their organizations.
You will learn how to ensure that your PMO is fully aligned with your stakeholders' real needs and the most relevant characteristics that will allow PMOs to survive and thrive over the next few years.
Benefits to Attendees:
Understand what are the critical success factors among the most outstanding PMOs in the world, competitors of the PMO Global Awards (www.pmoawards.org), the world’s largest and most prestigious award for PMOs.
Learn what is necessary for a PMO to have its value recognized by the organization.
Discover how the concept of perceived value can change the future of a PMO.
Learn how to identify the PMO's stakeholders and their needs.
Understand why pre-established PMO models can lead a PMO to failure.
Learn how to define the PMO mix of functions based on the expectations of its stakeholders.
Find out how to assess and evolve the maturity of a PMO.
Americo Pinto, PMP, PMO-CP, PMO-CC, is considered one of the most important experts in PMOs (Project Management Offices) globally, with relevant contributions to the topic and profession in the last decade. He has more than 25 years of international experience in PMOs, Strategy and Project Management, working as a Practitioner, Consultant, Professor, Researcher, Speaker and Author.
Americo Pinto is the Founder and Chair of PMO Global Alliance, the world’s largest community of PMOs and PMO professionals, with more than 12,000 members in over 120 countries.
He led the global research project that developed the PMO Value Ring, a methodology to set up and assess PMOs, wide-adopted in more than 90 countries.
Americo Pinto is co-founder of the first PMI Chapter in Brazil in 1999, and since then, has been actively collaborating with the Institute in several countries.
In 2012, he was the recipient of the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award, one of the most prestigious global recognitions provided by the Project Management Institute, and in 2018, he was appointed by Grey Campus as one of the 50 most influential people in the world in the project management area.