It may seem elementary that the success or failure of any project generally results from how well the project was planned, organized and executed. But is the road to success really just that simple?
In this session, you'll discover an easy-to-use Project Organization Proposal (POP) that can be implemented without adding additional resources to the MIS or IT divisions – it simply suggests the effective use of existing resources.
What You'll Learn
- What the POP needs to succeed – from business MIS management, IT management and their respective staff.
- How to ensure the collaboration of all resources associated with a project.
- Why clearly defining roles and accountabilities prior to project initiation is key.
- A sample project leadership plan guide you can use to ensure your project's success.
Manager, MIS Profitability & Risk
Since 2005, Rex Pruitt has worked for Premier Bankcard, the 10th-largest issuer of Visa and MasterCard credit cards in the US. In his current role, he's responsible for marketing analytic support, portfolio data mining, predictive modeling, and staff and project management. He is very active in SAS® Users Group leadership, serving on special interest, regional, local and internal boards of directors, including IFSUG, MWSUG, SDSUG and PBSUG.
Pruitt holds a BS in marketing management from Bellevue University in Nebraska. His passion is studying corporate data and turning it into a revenue source.