Prism Approach to Project Delivery Process Engine
Speaker: Anuj Chaudhary, Partner, Magma Consulting LLC
If you are looking for development of a Delivery Process Engine (DPE), project management centralization and standardization of PMO processes; Prism Methodology enables a delivery engine that is in alignment with your internal corporate culture and will save you millions on million dollar projects. The Delivery Process Engine (DPE) enables speedy delivery of project artifacts, individual deliverables, enhanced productivity, process excellence and corporation-wide scheduling expertise. Prism Approach is simple, self-explanatory, needing minimal training and is web-enabled that are developed using Microsoft Office and MS Project products. The processes are identified to the lowest bottom level where the final process-breakdown leads to usable tools in form of a standard operating procedures, forms, plans, templates and work instructions. Be Prismatic...
About the Speaker:
Anuj Chaudhary has over ten years of project planning and control experience in the information technology and pharmaceuticals. Anuj is partner at Magma Consulting LLC, a project management consulting company headquartered in New York. He manages the Sacramento office and focuses on project management process excellence to help and train clients in planning, executing, controlling and auditing projects. Anuj specializes in utilizing PMBOK Processes, Six Sigma Methodology, SEI and client PMO process to develop Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC). The processes are identified to the lowest level in process flow to achieve project goals and enhance productivity. Anuj is the Vice-Chair on PMI North California PharmaLIG, a joint venture of Pharmasig, PMI Sacramento, San Francisco and Wine Country.
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Added by FullCalendar on April 23, 2006
This has been postponed until July 12.