Astound Talks | PMO Meetup #23 Online
Our Project Managers daily maneuver through teams, projects, schedules, stakeholders, issues, releases, one-on-one meetings, remote modes, and star employees tirelessly. In this situation, so many things can easily get out of hand.
Therefore, our experts have prepared the following topics for you at the second Astound Talks | PMO webinar #23!
Our first speaker, Stanislava Kaminska, will talk about how to elicit useful knowledge from various project stakeholders and apply the derived lessons learned to future projects company-wide in an effective manner.
You will find out how to set up a process of dealing with lessons learned from Astound Commerce’s PMO experience: from a project retrospective meeting notes to an improvement of the Solution Development Life Cycle. An overview of this exact process and means will be shared during the webinar.
The second speaker, Anastasiia Horova, will share insights on how to start a project off the right foot to lay a solid foundation for success.
You will learn to shape how your project develops with the tips on estimation and project-scoping, assigning resources, briefing, and get some important tips on the stakeholder management.
Our webinar is designed to help you make better business decisions and achieve your project management goals. Welcome to Astound!
- Stacey has been working in the field of IT for 15 years.
- Of these, for 5 years she’d been writing bugs in PHP as a developer, for 1 year she’d been trying to maintain clients engagement as an Account Manager.
- The last 9 years have been dedicated to on-field project management activities as well to gaining structured theoretical knowledge applicable to both predictive and adaptive environments.
- Stacey believes that successful experience can be transferred from project to project using the necessary processes and tools that have proven their effectiveness.
- Nastya has 20+ delivered projects in her management portfolio with one third of them as a Program Manager.
- Skilled in negotiation and proactive expectations management, she is driven by difficult clients and impossible constraints and is a fan of reusable approaches instead of reinventing the wheel with every project.