Unlocking Value at the Intersection of Change and Project Management
Unlocking Value at the intersection of Change and Project Management
Managing projects that impact people can be tough work, and how many projects have you managed that don’t impact people? The world of people and change can be sticky, messy, opinionated, noisy, quiet, overbearing, missing in action, surprising, frustrating, and even hugely rewarding.
In this collaboration session between Pittsburgh PMI and Pittsburgh Change Management Professionals we will explore the characteristics of organizational change management, and how it relates to deliver on the expected outcomes for projects, programs, and portfolios (PPP). We will also see how change management can directly improve the maturity and effectiveness of the project, program, and portfolio management capabilities within your organization.
We’ll provide and explore practical tips you can use right away, and address some of the greatest challenges that teams experience at the intersection of change and project management.
NOTE: REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 5PM ON FEBRUARY 9.
Matt Craig is a transformation leader who loves helping organizations cultivate conditions for their most important outcomes. As an award-winning speaker, coach, and catalyst for change, Matt engages with audiences and teams around the globe to build awareness and skills for transformative change. An advocate of systems and the people that power them, Matt facilitates pragmatic adoption of effective approaches and enjoys the challenge of orchestrating related domains to deliver results that stick.
Matt has contributed to transformation, capability building, and advanced business research with multinationals such as BNY Mellon, Ford Motor Co, Lockheed Martin, Visa International, PNC Bank, Intel, EY, BCG, Gartner, Forrester, and has presented on value management, transformation, and business agility at conferences and workshops in the US, Europe, and Asia.
Matt has served in volunteer leadership positions with Pittsburgh PMI; the YMCA; the Hampton Alliance for Educational Excellence; and the Innovation Value Institute. He currently serves as a founder of Pittsburgh Change Management Professionals, a non-profit group dedicated to advancing the practice and impact of great change leadership.