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PPM Insights – CA Technologies

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  • Want the top rated PPM solution, but don't want to spend months implementing? In this webinar, we will demonstrate how to transform your organization in just 30 days by implementing CA PPM.

    More and more companies are finding that informal or decentralized project management just isn’t giving them the information they need to effectively manage their organizations. The need for organization-wide resource, project and portfolio management has led to the decision to implement a PPM solution, but how to harness such a powerful tool on a tight timeframe?

    Join us for a 30 minute webinar where we will explore these topics and more:

    •Why CA PPM is the right solution
    •Can it be done in 30 days?
    •How to prepare for an implementation
    •How a 30 day implementation works
    •Ensuring user adoption in a quick-start implementation
    •Real world success stories

    Who should attend: CIO’s, PMO Leaders. Register today!
  • Implementing PPM organizationally isn’t about defining the structure you need. Effective PPM is about making it work in the structure that you already have. The focus of PPM is about the envisioning, evaluating and delivery of effective value. Value gets delivered at the front-line of the organization, and that is where PPM needs to best play a role.

    Too many PPM implementations assume that PPM is focused on only one part of the organization, or on one type of projects. Worse, there is often a presumption that to implement PPM requires organizational restructuring and the creation of new organizations, roles and processes.

    The most effective organizations leverage PPM to enable making and delivering on their strategic priorities. Success is not about structuring the organization in order to adopt PPM, it’s PPM serving the needs of the organization. In this presentation, Mark Mullaly highlights the strategies, approaches and principles necessary to bring your strategy to life and ensure it delivers value. He defines what it takes to realize success in the organization that you have today. You’ll get practical, pragmatic insight about harnessing PPM as an approach that serves your requirements, not one that drives your processes.

    This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) credit.
  • In this webinar, Federico Pena, president of IT-ROI Solutions will show how integrating Microsoft Excel and SharePoint with your CA PPM solution can dramatically increase your PMO’s productivity.

    This webinar will demonstrate how such an integration can extend the visibility of your PPM solution throughout your enterprise and allow your organization to minimize training and maximize your return.
  • You have seen the value of PPM. You understand its promise, and you embrace its principles. You endeavor to deliver the best possible value to your customers, and PPM is an essential tool to help you do that.

    Yet if PPM is only being used within IT, it is only living up to a fraction of its potential. While PPM has helped IT organizations get control of their resources and priorities, it is often seen to be focused on solving IT’s problems, not the organization’s. It doesn’t have to be that way. But making the case for PPM means you need to demonstrate what it can do for the organization as a whole, not just what it does for you.

    In this webinar, Mark Mullaly guides you through making the case for PPM as a tool for the whole organization. If you are an IT executive that values PPM but struggles to communicate that value to the rest of the organization, this is the presentation for you. In it we’ll guide you through building the case for change in adopting PPM organizationally. You’ll explore how to present PPM as a tool for collaboration and cooperation, not just command and control.

    This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) credit.
  • To be successful in the application economy, business and technology leaders require resource management insights across a number of programs, services, applications and projects. Unfortunately, these types of resource management insights are typically found across a fragmented, siloed set of execution teams, applications and desktop tools, making resource allocation decision-making difficult and slow. Fundamentally, organizations are hindered by a disconnect between their people, processes and tools.

    Join us for a webcast focusing on the critical relationship between Project Portfolio Management (PPM) and resource management in support of project and program execution. We’ll discuss how project and program managers use tactical resource management across their teams regardless of delivery method (agile, hybrid, traditional) to enable optimal value and faster execution.

    This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) credit.
  • Clinical Trial planning and resource management can be one of the most complex management challenges facing life sciences organizations and CROs. Often these organizations are managing hundreds of studies across thousands of sites and investigators making it extremely difficult to understand how and where to deploy costly clinical resources. With the variability of the studies and the massive competition in the industry, finding a solution to understand how and where all clinical resources are being utilized and a solution with the ability to perform predictive analysis on this information to improve site and investigator selection can give companies a competitive edge.

    CA PPM for Clinical Research Planning from R2 Consulting gives you all of the tools needed to perform predictive analysis, plan and manage resource utilization, lower costs on expenses, and gather valuable information to assist in recruitment planning for sites and investigators.

    Join us for a webinar on Tuesday, 11/11 to learn how several life sciences and Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) have been able to leverage CA PPM for Clinical Research Planning to lower the complexity associated with clinical trial design resulting in reduced costs and more effective clinical trial management.
  • As Agile has gone from acceptance to leadership in project execution for many organizations, it is only natural that those organizations look to implement Agile philosophies at the strategy level. Organizations must now learn to harness the power of their Agile teams to drive delivery of the right products, applications and features at the right time.

    In this webinar, Andy Jordan will provide insights on how the business is scaling agile across their organization. Learn how businesses can set strategic guidance and create organization alignment from strategy to product to delivery, including:

    •Prioritizing portfolio elements using Agile principles
    •Balancing portfolio needs with financial restrictions in an Agile world
    •Ensuring Agile teams are delivering optimal results for their work
    •Communicating Agile approaches to the organization in ways they can understand and leverage

    This webinar will challenge your thinking of portfolio definition and execution, register now to ensure you are able to effectively and efficiently add Agile to your annual planning processes.

    This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) credit.
  • As companies grow and change in today’s dynamic business and technical environment the need to control and manage application(s) investment and usage is increasingly critical to an organization’s success. How to get this control and management becomes a pressing issue for many companies whether their applications are on site or cloud based.

    Using a tailored enterprise specific approach, EmpoweredAPM expands CA PPM to provide clients with deep insight into how their application portfolios are performing, including an application’s business capabilities, value, health, risks, inter-relationships/dependencies, supporting products, total cost of associated services, and other key information related to their current and future software applications.

    Please join us for a webinar on Wednesday, October 28th where EmpoweredAPM will demonstrate how enterprises can leverage CA PPM (Clarity) to provide effective application portfolio management through the integration of control and management.

    At the end of the Webinar, you will be able to answer the question: How can your business achieve control, management, and cost effectiveness or your suite of applications, now and in the future to reduce you total cost of services supported by SW Applications?
  • Project Portfolio Management is often seen—and sold—as a tool for IT. PPM is embraced by IT as a way of gaining control of their world to focus on managing scarce resources and making or prioritizing decisions. Guess what, IT isn't the only team with scare resources, making bad decisions and no priorities. If a company is only using PPM for IT they are missing the real value. Managing all types of business strategies through projects is a must for every business, and successful customers have realized the real value of PPM to make better choices, balance opportunities and meet goals.

    In this webinar, Mark Mullaly examines how the role of PPM can be expanding and why PPM isn’t a tool for just one part of the organization; it is a way of thinking and working that can benefit everyone.
  • Every company needs to be a technology company to survive in the application economy. Business and customer expectations are immediate and changing on a daily basis. This continuous and disruptive flow of new demand requires an effective approach for managing and consuming centralized resource management insights. Organizations have improved their investment review and approval process but it is more important to determine if an organization “can” take on the desired effort.

    This Webcast will focus on how resource management processes play a key role in potentially providing the insights necessary to answer the “can we” question that must be asked before allowing any new project or program for inclusion in the enterprise portfolio.

    •Do we have the resource capacity?
    •Do we have the resource capability?
    •Can we supplement our existing resources with 3rd-party resources?
    •What are the resource cost comparisons and ramifications?

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