Software Development Forum (SDForum) presents:
SDForum: PMI Silicon Valley Tools and Techniques Forum
Wed, Feb 9, 11:45am-1:30pm, San Jose
MORE INFO: http://www.sdforum.org/SDForum/Templates/CalendarEvent.aspx?CID=1596
Viewing Projects Strategically: Key ROI measures for Software Product Development
Successful product management is all about choosing the right products to develop. If your released products are not achieving the expected financial results, it directly impacts market competitiveness. This seminar provides objective information to change your project selection and measurements to an ROI focus. It will give you the benefits and issues associated with key selection choices.
Key Topics covered are:
Best practices for software ROI metrics
Differentiate between project measurements vs. product ROI measures
Determine how to apply measures on adaptive vs. predictive development projects
Rosemary Hossenlopp, Project Management Perspectives
Rosemary Hossenlopp has worked in new product introduction environments as a project leader for over 15 years. Her experience includes directing large, global initiatives at corporations including AT&T Consumer Products, Apple Computer, Tandem Computer, and Compaq Computer. She has also developed project management solutions in government environments.
Nathalie Udo, Projectway
Nathalie Udo provides an extensive background in software development and implementation leadership. Her specialty is driving large, complex and cross-functional projects. Her experience includes large, international development initiatives as well as large implementation projects at companies including Baan Co., Boeing Co., Fireman's Fund, and Autodesk.
DATE & TIME:
Wednesday, February 9
111 W. Saint John, Suite 200
San Jose, CA, 95113
COST & REGISTRATION:
$10 for PMI & SDForum members/$20 non-members/ additional $5 at the door.
Email: [email protected]
About Software Development Forum (SDForum):
SDForum is the leading Silicon Valley software organization with deep ties to entrepreneurs, developers, venture capitalists, industry experts and major technology companies. With a 10,000-person reach, 2000 individual members and 20-30 events each month, SDForum is the single best source of information, education and connection for people seeking to build a business and career in Silicon Valley.
Added by nancytubbs on January 12, 2005