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Modern PPM: 5 Practices to Drive Flexibility in Resource Planning

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Modern PPM: 5 Practices to Drive Flexibility in Resource Planning

Modern PPM: 5 Practices to Drive Flexibility in Resource Planning

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Today’s PMOs need a modern PPM approach to address new challenges and support all the ways organizations and teams work today. Taking the journey from traditional to modern PPM offers agility and adaptability. In these live sessions, we’ll focus on capacity planning as PMO leaders often find it difficult to create and maintain planning flexibility across resources and teams.

Join Heather Westmoreland, Maggie Donovan, and Jill Bourgeois from Planview for one of two live sessions on October 28th as they discuss best practices of creating a flexible capacity planning model that is adaptive to demand changes and prioritization pivots, as well as their own lessons learned from working with customers and Planview’s own agile transformation journey.

In part one of the Modern PPM Webinar Series, you’ll learn how today’s PMOs use modern PPM approaches for capacity resource planning to:

1. Perform quarterly planning
2. Fix capacity
3. Manage utilization
4. Protect scheduled activities
5. Balance capacity and demand

Register now for one of the two live sessions on October 28th.

Prefer a later time? Click here to register for our 4:30pm Session.

Today’s PMOs need a modern PPM approach to address new challenges and support all the ways organizations and teams work today. Taking the journey from traditional to modern PPM offers agility and adaptability. In these live sessions, we’ll focus on capacity planning as PMO leaders often find it difficult to create and maintain planning flexibility across resources and teams.

Join Heather Westmoreland, Maggie Dubey, and Jill Bourgeois from Planview for one of two live sessions on October 28th as they discuss best practices of creating a flexible capacity planning model that is adaptive to demand changes and prioritization pivots, as well as their own lessons learned from working with customers and Planview’s own agile transformation journey.

In part one of the Modern PPM Webinar Series, you’ll learn how today’s PMOs use modern PPM approaches for capacity resource planning to:

1. Perform quarterly planning
2. Fix capacity
3. Manage utilization
4. Protect scheduled activities
5. Balance capacity and demand

Register now for one of the two live sessions on October 28th.

  • Date

    Thursday, October 28th

  • Time

    8:30am CT | 2:30pm BST

  • Location

    Online

  • Duration

    45 min plus live Q&A

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Meet our speakers

  • Heather Westmoreland

    Product Marketing Manager, Planview

    Heather Westmoreland is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and has led application design and development throughout her career. As a Product Marketing Manager, Heather uses her creativity with a focus on user experience to expand the usability and understanding of Planview’s Enterprise One strategic capabilities. Before spending six years with Planview in consulting and product management, she was an active customer for 10 years. Heather applies her customer-first mindset to uncover product opportunities and drive innovation within the solutions-marketing side of Planview Enterprise One.

  • Jill Bourgeois

    Functional Consultant, Planview

    Jill Bourgeois is a graduate of Penn State University and has managed enterprise wide PPM systems and PM Community of Practice. As a Functional Consultant, Jill uses her extensive experience in business process improvement in the consumer packaged goods industry to guide customers through the configuration and execution of Planview Enterprise One. Before spending three years with Planview in consulting, she was an active customer for six years. Jill applies her process improvement mindset to customer implementations, providing the best value to customers.

  • Maggie Donovan

    Global Adoption & Training Services Manager, Services PVE Global Enablement, Planview

    Maggie Donovan has an extensive background in program management, improving departmental efficiencies and productivity through creative utilization of enterprise portfolio software. As the leader of Global Training Services, Maggie uses her program management expertise in driving the overall execution of adoption and training for Planview’s portfolio of products. Maggie’s team helps Planview customers navigate their evolving business challenges through targeted learning models and programs. Before spending eight years with Planview, she was delivering value to customers across many different industries from plumbing, to financial, to software by connecting strategic goals and vision to the operational level.

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.