Organizational Project Management
Presenter: Jim Bates, Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) Director, State of Alaska
Location: State Office Building, 6th Floor Conference Room
Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Time: 12:00-1:30 PM
Organizational project management (OPM) is the execution of an organization's strategies through projects. OPM is the combination of portfolio management, program management, and project management. It pertains to the translation of corporate strategy into the projects of an organization through portfolio management, and the execution of corporate strategy through programs and projects.
Jim Bates is a lifelong Alaskan with both general business and IT experience. His career spans three decades with experience in numerous industries providing materials management, information technology operations and support, division management, strategic planning, tactical deployment, business unit development, service management, project management, process improvement, and secure system engineering strategies. Jim is a business generalist with a passion for improvement.
Jim has over 20 years of experience in information technology and has worked with all aspects of IT including: IT Service Management, Governance and Control, Systems Analysis and Administration, Enterprise and Service Oriented Architecture, Network Design and Implementation, Desktop Set-up and Support, Programming and Database Administration, Security Design and Administration including Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning and Administration, Training, and hundreds of successful IT Projects.
Jim holds master certificates in Business Analysis, Lean Six Sigma, and Project Management from Villanova University and is currently earning his Master of Science in Technology and Innovation (MSTI) from Aspen University.
Facilitator and Contact: Lori Yorba (907)-465-6286
The presentation will be 45 minutes with 15 minutes for Q&A. Juneau Group Business meeting will follow.