Planview Business Briefing Nordics: How to Gain Control of Projects, Resources and Budgets in 30 Days
Briefing in Stockholm, Sweden to showcase continuous planning model for delivering greater business predictability
STOCKHOLM, Sweden – April 8, 2016
Many IT departments and project management offices (PMOs) are finding it increasingly difficult to deliver everything their business customers demand. Common obstacles are overloaded resources, little visibility into projects and data, lack of agreement on priorities, and unwieldy, inefficient project management tools such as spreadsheets. On Tuesday, April 12 in Stockholm, Planview® Area Director David Stevens will host a free, three-hour business briefing to show how organizations can deal with these issues.
During the seminar, David will present a continuous planning model to help solve some of the following problems Planview often hears about:
- “Our resources are all overloaded and we are unable to predict the impact of this over commitment on our delivery dates.”
- “Many of our projects were not visible in the annual plan, but we cannot get agreement on what the priority order now is…..short-term priorities always win.”
- “Our project managers spend far too much time chasing down data in order to be able to report on the financial and resource health of their projects.”
- “We have to modify many spreadsheets to try and measure the impact of a possible new project, or a delay to an existing project, and this leads to us trying to do everything.”
Using the model, teams can provide visibility in to all their projects, show how they are expending their people and money resources, and deliver greater predictability to the business.
Date and Time
Tuesday, April 12 at 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. CEST
Planview office, Klarabergsgatan 60, 1 tr, Stockholm
Agenda and Registration
Senior Public Relations Manager, Planview
+46 73 156 03 12