Initiate and govern the delivery of IT related initiatives through optimizing the management of resources, work plans, milestones, risk, expectations, budgets and quality to meet the objectives of the business; understand, prioritize and manage the supply and demand for IT products and services.

More Uses of the IT PMO Toolkit:

  • Confirm your organization ensures that an effective risk escalation process is used through KPI Management and Strategy Deployment, and that barriers to effective project execution are identified and addressed quickly.
  • Coordinate an it program manager team to deliver a holistic portfolio of technology work on time and on budget (many projects involving cross department resources).
  • Be certain that your organization oversees the development and implementation of information security infrastructure, procedures, and standards in order to protect all data of the Authority from cybersecurity threats.
  • Pilot: proactively measure and monitor project progress, identifying and managing project risks and issues, and employing mitigation tactics, issue resolution and/or escalation procedures as appropriate.
  • Ensure you build and maintain positive working relationships with the PMO/IT Department, associated project team members, other departments, and vendors involved in the assigned projects.
  • Develop a streamlined intake, prioritization, and project delivery process that can be consistently applied and demonstrated across the IT and non IT organization for technology projects.
  • Drive activities to achieve measurable outcomes by managing schedule, resource, scope, deliverables, budget, risk, issue, dependency, vendor relationship and communications.
  • Confirm your organization participates in, coaches leadership, and drive improvement for KPI Management across your organization to ensure activities are aligned with business objectives.
  • Consult with business unit management to identify and document business needs and objectives, current operational procedures and problems in the area of Information Technology management and controls.
  • Manage: capable of supervising and managing large teams of senior level people with indirect authority (or influence, alone), and achieving progress through influence, alone.
  • Lead the development of strategic and tactical planning activities, and team up with IT PMO, business users, and technical peers to provide solution estimates; lead the problem management process.
  • Ensure you possess the command skills needed to run smooth operations and socialize future solutions throughout the supply chain organization and get leadership consensus.
  • Methodize: work closely with customers and business analyst to assure expectations are being met throughout initiative and that the customer accepts and is satisfied with final product.
  • Audit: work in coordination with it resource management and it group/function portfolio delivery portfolio management teams enabling portfolio planning and prioritization across the enterprise.
  • Secure that your organization performs enterprise analysis of systems to determine the essential activities and needs of the system by identifying patterns, gaps and inconsistencies while defining the functional and supplementary characteristics of an acceptable solution.
  • Confirm your organization expands or modifies the system to serve new purposes or improve work flow; references technological trends to suggest technical solutions to enhance the competitive edge of the business.
  • Steer: continuously adhere to project management standards, processes, and procedures to ensure that products and services meet the client requirements in a cost efficient manner.
  • Secure that your organization supports the governance and portfolio management processes by analyzing aspects of the governance process and opportunities to streamline, from initial idea evaluation through project closure and the reporting on benefits realization.
  • Establish that your organization provides technology vision and leadership and day to day management of Information Technology (IT) application, network, security, and hardware systems throughout the Authority.
  • Make sure that your organization facilitates among the PMO stakeholders and organizational leadership a consensus around the mission and vision of the PMO organization to foster a project management oriented culture and mindset.
  • Manage work with vendors, executives, staff and users to find the best technological means to meet business needs while maintaining infrastructure and process standards.
  • Warrant that your organization performs requirements analysis with a focus on adding value to the business by providing more detailed project objectives; business needs analysis; trade off analysis; requirements feasibility; risk analysis; and cost benefit analysis.
  • Create the case for new PMP systems, and once selected, drive the successful implementation and adoption of the new tools in combination with improved PMP processes.
  • Manage technical challenges of applications and new product development; identify, communicate and manage all levels of risk to program business owners and senior management.
  • Confirm your organization provides quarterly updates to the executive team, monitors process changes throughout the year, and ensures continuous updates to models as necessary to ensure model and pricing accuracy.

 

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