Bringing “Not My Project, Not My Problem” Project Managers on Board
Many organizations experience challenges with project integration. Although having a laser focus on successfully delivering individual projects is important, this has led to siloed project management thinking that has hindered organization wide project success. This presentation will offer insight into the pitfalls of siloed project management thinking and provide approaches to broadening your perspective of, visibility to and collaboration with these factors, resulting in projects that are viewed as successful across the enterprise.
Shelley Gaddie has been an active PMI member, presenter, author and volunteer since 1997 and has served in many regional, national, and global PMI roles. Her roles span from a focus on PMI’s Standards, Research, and Educational Foundation to President of the Puget Sound Chapter to advising PMI Global’s Executive Leadership Team. Shelley leverages her 25-year career focused on challenging leadership and initiative assignments with multinational organizations as the backdrop to her personal business philosophy to seek balanced, practical solutions to complex business problems. This philosophy led her to found ProjectCorps, a strategic consulting and professional services organization providing services at the intersection of business and IT across most industries and with very seasoned professionals. Drawing on deep industry knowledge and significant expertise in advanced technologies, ProjectCorps’ senior-level professionals help our clients address the complex, transformational issues affecting organizations today.