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A journey from Autocratic to Democratic culture fostering pragmatic thinking

  • Sydney CBD (Exact location TBD) Circular Quay West The Rocks, NSW, 2000 Australia (map)
PMO Sydney: EPMO as an enabler

PMO Sydney: EPMO as an enabler

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What is the EPMO as an enabler event all about?

This promises to be a highly engaging and interactive session, led by a fantastic and engaging presenter: Mansoor Mohammed.

The session is based on a case study. During the evening, Mansoor will explore the path to establishing an Enabling Enterprise Portfolio Office (EPMO, or possibly EEPMO or even E2PMO!). The example used is based on an engineering defense organization, but the lessons can be applied widely. 

The case study will depart from the traditional view of setting up a PMO where putting processes in place is a primary focus. Instead the evening will explore how the EPMO team influenced mindsets within the senior leadership team - transforming an autocratic culture into something more democratic. 

During the evening you will get the opportunity to explore how the DISC personality test can be used by the EPMO to think about behavior and personality types, understand why EPMOs need to be aware of behavioral systems and understand how EPMOs can foster innovation.

If that isn't enough to convince you to attend - there's beer, pizza and networking too!

About PMO Sydney

PMO Sydney is a meet up group in Sydney, NSW. The group aims to to discuss and help solve challenges in areas like: project prioritisation, pipeline management, resource management, setting up PMO’s, agile processes etc. and of course having some fun! PMO people from all levels of experience are encouraged to attend. Please come and join us in our PMO community here in Sydney.The group is run by Amireh Amirmazaheri who has over 15 years experience across different industries as Portfolio, Program and Project Management Office specialist, consultant, leader and manager.

Where can I get tickets?

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