Presentation file from the session: 20200520_Lunch_&_Learn_Benefits_Realization.pdf
Benefits Realization is becoming an important topic in the world of project management. It’s no longer sufficient to deliver projects “on time” and “within budget and scope”. The competitive landscape continues to place pressure on organizations to deliver on their strategies, and the cost and complexity of projects continues to increase. As a result, many organizations are treating projects as investments, and are using “anticipated benefits” as one factor to guide them in making investment decisions. Best-in-class organizations are then checking to see if their projects did indeed deliver those anticipated benefits, and then examining why or why not that happened, so that they can continue to make good investment decisions and delivery on their strategies.
Ruth Anne Guerrero, MBA, PMP, is President of Ruth Anne Guerrero Project Management Consulting LLC, a company that specializes in helping organizations to improve their project execution. She has more than 20 years of project management experience, and specializes in improving the ability of organizations to deliver projects and project benefits as planned. Ruth Anne’s forte is in standardizing project management processes and promoting ways that the project management discipline can help organizations to improve their project execution and facilitate the attainment of their strategic business goals. Her results have been well documented in numerous white papers and project management books.
Ruth Anne also has a passion for providing project management training, and has delivered customized training to private companies as well as through various colleges and universities. She is a frequent presenter at project management conferences, and speaks nationally and internationally on a wide variety of project management topics.
Ruth Anne has held senior executive positions with TD Bank, N.A., where she was a Sr. Vice President responsible for the successful execution of the US project portfolio, valued in excess of $400 million, and ensuring adherence to methodologies and tools by more than 750 project managers and business analysts. Prior to joining TD Bank, Ruth Anne worked at the AmeriHealth Mercy Family of Companies as Vice President, PMO. At JPMorgan Chase Cardmember Services, she was Vice President responsible for the Project Management Center of Excellence (COE), a project office and competency development center that supported project managers worldwide.
From 2012 – 2014 Ruth Anne was a member of the Global Executive Council of the Project Management Institute (PMI). She is the Past President (2011 – 2013) of the Delaware Valley PMI Chapter, which is one of the largest PMI chapters in the world. Ruth Anne was a founding member and long-time officer of the Long Island PMI Chapter.
This is a virtual meeting, and is limited to PMI Westchester Chapter members only. Pre-registration is required.
Those who have pre-registered will be sent the link for attending the on-line session very early in the morning of the day of the meeting.
Registration closes 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, night, 19 May 2020.