Optimizing Success Metrics for Complex Projects: Start with the End in Mind
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Oftentimes, the focus on traditional project metrics (such as time, cost, quality and scope) is simply not enough to guarantee success on complex business transformation initiatives. Learn the benefits of outcomes based delivery and how you can enable the team for genuine success by thinking broader than the traditional project constraints.
- How the traditional success metrics keep the team from meeting desired goals for the complex programs.
- Why an outcomes based delivery approach for programs is essential to deliver meaningful success.
- Strategies to help the team transition to transcend beyond the traditional delivery metrics and deliver meaningful success.
1.0 (Ways of Working 0.5, Business Acumen 0.5)
6:30 PM - Welcome & Opening
6:35 PM - Presentation Begins
7:35 PM - Q&A
7:55 PM - Closing Remarks
8:00 PM - Conclude
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PMI Toronto Members (login prior to registering) - Complimentary
Non-Members and Guests - $15.00
Aamer Hasham is a senior delivery leader with 15+ years of experience managing large scale global programs. Aamer has experience with the delivery of complex, multi-year, multi-million ($50 M+) enterprise-wide initiatives to transform the customer experience using Agile, Waterfall and Hybrid methods. Aamer also has experience leading the delivery management and consulting teams with a strong focus on ensuring customer success and delivery of high quality digital transformation solutions for clients in a variety of industries including Public Transportation, Banking and Energy sectors.
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