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PM Footprints - Myth of Project End dates- creating value beyond it.

 

Mr. Sammeer S. Raawat  
Chief Catalyst,
Suxess Multiplierz – Innovation and Growth Catalyst.
 
Date:
28-Aug-2014

Time:
6.30 PM to 8.00 PM

Venue:
Royal Orchid Central Hotel,
47/1, Manipal Center,
Dickenson Road, Bangalore

   

Profile of Speaker(s):
 
Mr. Sameer has more than number of years of experience (20+) and knowledge gained, Sammeer brings key learnings and “method of learning” to the table. Though it sounds clichéd, but these learning are truly innovative and bring fresh perspective to art and science of Project Management.To throw a bit more light on the subject, Sammeer has been engaged with organisations focused on off shore software services, the prominent focus being on ISVs and software-centric-service entities. Sammeer has worked across technologies, platforms and domains. Working on-site/within the customer organisations in the initial years has left an indelible deep-rooted belief that technology must be used to facilitate a user, businesses and community at large.


 
Topic Description:
 
The session explores opportunities of creating greater value for all the stakeholders (customers, organisations and project team members) within the Project Management Framework!
However, to achieve this we need to focus on aspects which last beyond project end dates, these being
1. The product/solution life cycle
2. Organisational capabilities and value
3. Learnings gained by project team members (also support teams)
It would be a humble endeavour of the presenter to go down the path, along with participants, and discover “how a Project Manager can make substantial and, more importantly, lasting impact on organisation’s performance and capabilities by taking more, if not complete, ownership of engagements”.
 
Expected Take-away:
 
Participants would appreciate and understand :
E2K2L (Experience to Knowledge to Learning): Why learning from same experience is not equal for all?
Why and how to stop thinking and acting like a PM.
Why not to follow the same-laid-out-processes but change them. We explore practices of Tear-down-Reengineer (TDR) successfully followed in LG Electronics.
InnoVeda: How to plan for Innovation, check your appetite, and what to do if you have creative members?
Project-as-a-Service: How can we create lasting value and continue doing it ad infinitum.