Many organizations throughout the world are undergoing what is being called a "digital transformation". Many are being forced to take this rather disruptive step because of circumstances that exist in the workplace today. As project managers, faced with an Agile Transformation as well as a Digital Transformation, perhaps at the same time, how are we going to deal with all the ramifications of transformation and still have successful projects? What are the basic elements of a digital transformation, and what are the primary challenges and obstacles to overcome to achieve success? This webinar will look at Digital Transformation from project managers' perspective.
- Technologies of digital transformation
- The driving forces behind digital transformation
- What's different about a digital transformation project
- Some practices to follow to increase the chances of a digital transformation project success
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Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2020
6:40 PM -Business Meeting
8:00 PM -Closing
Steve Blais, PMP, PMI-PBA, is an author, consultant, teacher and coach who has over 50 years’ experience in Information Technologies working as a programmer, project manager, business analyst, system analyst, general manager, and quality assurance analyst (AKA tester). He has also been in an executive position for several start-up companies. He has consulted on digital transformation efforts in Singapore, Dubai, and the US. He is a regular contributor to Business Analysis Times. Modern Analyst, and other publications, He has presented the keynote addresses at business analyst conferences (2019), PMI PacRim Conference in Tokyo (2012), PMI South America in Sao Paolo (2011), IPMA European Conference (2013) and other conferences around the world. He is the author of Business Analysis: Best Practices for Success (John Wiley, 2011) and co-author of Business Analysis for Practitioners: a Practice Guide (PMI, 2014) and a member of the core team for the Business Analyst Body of Knowledge, V3 (IIBA, 2015). His new book on the future of business analysis will be coming out next year.