Apply project management best practices in the development, initiation, planning, execution, control and closing of projects and drive adoption of tools and best practices for efficient, rapid, and predictable project execution.

More Uses of the Project Management Office Toolkit:

  • Strive to decrease costs by eliminating duplication, mitigating errors and optimize communications; ensure timely, accurate and comprehensive development of project expense and capital equipment budgets.
  • Seek guidance when needed and requires moderate guidance and direction from more senior level technicians, specialists, and/or managers.
  • Drive innovation, use of contemporary analytics and other qualitative problem solving strategies to analyze opportunities, develop solutions, implement changes, and track results.
  • Liaise with Project Management Office (pmo) and resource modeling and forecasting (rmf) teams to identify, share, and incorporate best practices into future processes, tools and training.
  • Keep all stakeholders (internal and external) engaged in the project, aligned on expected outcomes and informed about what is occurring throughout project.
  • Steer: work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness.
  • Establish the project review board and facilitate the process for reviewing new projects and introducing new assets into the master portfolio.
  • Be accountable for ensuring the pmo meets performance targets that are aligned with your organizations strategic objectives and adheres to best practices.
  • Provide skill in communicating and collaborating with Executive leadership, Organizational Change Management staff and consultants, Project Management Teams, Project Networks, Stakeholders, and other project vendors.
  • Arrange that your organization interacts with or leads teams throughout your organization and participates in initiatives and related teams to drive strategic results.
  • Formulate: confidentiality maintain confidentiality of employee, participant, and client data/information, and any other sensitive organization information as appropriate.
  • Ensure you lead, support, and organize cross functional activities and resources in support for the on boarding of new business, new service offerings, and new products for your organization.
  • Initiate: work closely with a cross functional leadership team to establish project portfolio priorities, manage resource allocation, and drive execution to meet agreed upon timelines, cost and quality targets.
  • Systematize: research and analyze business, operational, and organizational issues and problems; prepare complex reports for managements use and decision making.
  • Establish that your organization recommends strategies, policies, and procedures by evaluating organization outcomes; identifying problems; evaluating trends; anticipating requirements.
  • Apply different approaches to manage portfolio prioritization conflicts, able to influence others and be objective to resolve the conflict to enable delivery of the portfolio.
  • Direct: work in conjunction with various internal Team Lead/Supervisors, while utilizing scheduling tools in scheduling internal resources and external subcontractors.
  • Oversee a portfolio of IT/IS projects by having direct involvement with and oversight of project managers from planning to project closure; facilitate communication and up to date work progress across IT management.
  • Evaluate performance of employees for compliance with established policies and objectives of your organization and contributions in attaining objectives.
  • Help set the tone of your organization to ensure morale, teamwork, and that the positive employment culture of your organization is maintained.
  • Facilitate the portfolio review process for each business area and ensure that incoming work is properly defined, estimated and prioritized.
  • Manage the it/is project management intake process to determine priority, resourcing, deliverables and execution of all large scale and smaller scale cross functional projects throughout your organization.
  • Warrant that your organization communicates creation of/or updated changes to your organizations processes, policies/procedures and/or other pertinent information; either immediately or through scheduled staff meetings.
  • Identify cost savings strategies appropriate to the IT/IS department and implement action plans providing measurable cost savings; finds opportunities to leverage the existing tools, assets, and resources.
  • Confirm your organization reports all unsafe work conditions to supervisor and/or Safety and Loss Control Manager and work in conjunction with supervisor, Safety and Loss Control Manager, and staff to correct unsafe work conditions.

 

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