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Live Webinar: Peter Taylor, The Lazy Project Manager, And Planview

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PM Today is hosting a special live Planview webinar, Modernizing PPM: A Practical Four-Step Roadmap to Accelerate Agility, featuring author, speaker and trainer, Peter Taylor, AKA The Lazy Project Manager, led by our associate editor Amy Hatton.

Delegates are invited to join the webinar to find out how the PMO can lead the way in embedding speed and agility into strategy execution.

The webinar is open to register free now.

This webinar comes as Planview launches its new report, The State of Strategy Execution: Embracing Uncertainty to Adapt at Speed, sharing insights into how companies are responding to a world of continuous market disruption.

It also marks the launch of Peter’s new book: Make Your Business Agile: A Roadmap for Transforming Your Management and Adapting to the ‘New Normal’ and five webinar delegates will receive Peter’s signed new book in a Planview draw*.

Peter will be joined by Planview’s Director of Solutions Marketing, Linda Roach. Together, they will explore:

  • Planview’s findings about why rapidly adapting strategy execution wins out, key barriers to change, and how Strategy Execution Leaders are leaving obstacles in the rear-view mirror.
  • Why right now is the time to claim the PMO’s seat at the executive table.
  • Four steps your PMO can take to accelerate PPM agility, outpacing the competition.
  • Practical tips, tricks, and toolkits for working smarter – not harder – to empower teams, get the right work done at the right time, and deliver the portfolio with visibility and clarity.

This will be a lively, thought provoking session packed with debate, challenge, and practical advice.

Amy will also host a live panel Q&A with these distinguished speakers, giving PMO and PPM professionals the chance to quiz Peter and Linda on the issues that are really on their  minds.

Spaces are limited, so delegates are encouraged to register now and secure their seat the the table.

*See Planview Official Book Draw Rules for 2021 for more information

PM Today News Team
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