PPM Implementation Blueprint: Empowering Your PMO with the Right Tools and Strategies

Are you a PMO manager or director who’s trying to propel your Project Management Organization to the next level? Are you considering purchasing and implementing a PPM solution, but don’t know where to start? Maybe you’ve narrowed down your tool selection, but you’re not sure which features to implement first. Where will you get the most bang for your buck?  

Winmill PPM and Kolme Group are hosting a webinar to help with this challenge and assist you in answering these questions. 

Join us on April 27th at 12:00 PST

Our Webinar

When undertaking any complex system implementation, a “boil the ocean” approach is a recipe for disaster. But if you’ve never implemented a project portfolio management system before, just figuring out how to begin can be a daunting task. What features and capabilities should be part of your phase 1 deployment? Which aspects of your project are more suitable to address in a later phase in the PPM lifecycle?

The experts at Winmill and Kolme Group are here to help. Winmill’s Waleed Salha and Kolme Group’s Drew Middleton will be hosting a webinar to delve into this topic. When it comes to PPM implementations, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, we’ll tackle the question from a number of different perspectives to help you make the right decisions for your particular PMO.

You Will Learn

Our Speakers

Waleed Salha

Planview Practice Manager, Winmill PPM

Waleed is a seasoned Planview Practice Manager at Winmill Software, with 22 years of IT experience and expertise in architecting enterprise PPM solutions. He excels in project portfolio optimization, resource management, and IT governance. Leading a team of skilled PPM architects and consultants at Winmill PPM, Waleed drives growth in the Planview practice across North America.

Drew Middleton

Managing Partner, Kolme Group

Join us on April 27th at 12:00 PST

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