Next Generation PMO Executive Roundtable
250 Delaware Avenue Buffalo, NY 14202
Building capability across the organization to drive effective projects
Digital tools, real-time collaboration and ongoing technological shifts are reshaping project management and with it, the role of the PMO. Project management is a foundational skillset for the workforce of the future, and managing an effective PMO allows organizations to stay relevant through change.
Join us for an exciting discussion on next-generation thinking for project managers and PMO leaders. The session will be followed by an opportunity to meet and network with industry peers.
In this discussion, we will:
- Distinguish between various traditional and next-generation PMO approaches – and how to measure and build organizational capability in helping to select the right approach
- Discuss strategies for building a successful modern PMO
- Consider strategies through which Governance, Agile and the PMO can work together
- Review the latest tools and templates
Event sponsored by
Delaware North is one of the largest privately held hospitality companies in the world, creating special experiences and serving a half-billion customers at iconic locations around the world.
This session is open to executives and senior leaders to join in discussion with peers. To protect the organic nature of this conversation, this event is not open to consultants or sales representatives.
Head of SBE Northeast Region
Peter leads Strong-Bridge Envision’s Northeast Region. Peter’s client work focuses on growth strategy and performance improvement, and he brings over 20 years of experience in corporate strategy, performance improvement, M&A, post-merger integration, and change management. He has unique global experience having done work in 40+ countries and lived in Asia, Europe, and the US. Peter has a B.A in Economics from Northwestern University and an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago.
Outside the office, Peter enjoys running marathons, angel investing, keeping up with his wife and three young children, volunteering with Rotary International, and being a New York Mets fan.