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    Project Management

    Date: November 6, 2019, 8:00am
    SHRM Guam Chapter
    Dusit Thani Hotel Guam
    $30 - Members / $40 - Non-Members
    Event Type:
    Breakfast Briefing
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    Program Overview

    With a focus on professionals in Human Resource Management, Joe will discuss best-practice recommendations and review some simple activities to assist in the following areas:

    NOTE: Objectives below have purposely been written in "plain speak" / "hallway talk" to promote engagement, to be more relatable and for easier understanding.

    Our HR team constantly has so many projects that we need to deliver but resourcing is limited. What's the best delivery strategy that our HR team can use to help us realize maximum benefits and value as quickly as possible despite our few resources?
    CONCEPT TAGS: Benefits Realization, HR Strategic Delivery, Limited Resourcing, Identifying Value

    How can we understand and prevent employee resignations that are caused by over-allocation?
    CONCEPT TAGS: Resource Allocation, Over-Allocation, Common Enterprise Resources, Enterprise Resource Management

    OPTIONAL BASED ON TIME/AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT: We've sent many resources to project management training, they've completed it, but they're still not able to deliver projects effectively and efficiently. Why is "project management training" not so effective and what is the best way to develop a resource's project delivery skill set?
    CONCEPT TAGS: Project Management Training, Learning Project Management, Applying Project Management Concepts

    OPTIONAL BASED ON TIME/AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT: Building off of #3 above, we were successful in building a single resource's project delivery skill set, now what is a recommended strategy to develop and build project delivery skill sets across the enterprise?
    CONCEPT TAGS: Developing Enterprise Project Management Skill sets, Project Management Training, Learning Project Management, Applying Project Management Concepts

    After Joe presents the activities and content on the objectives above, Prugresu Strategic Coaching is donating the remaining time for Q&A to help address more-specific and unique situations of SHRM members. We recommend to prepare any questions related to P3M or delivery management for Joe to address in the session.


    "Joe Guam" Pereira is a Sr. Strategic Coach with Prugresu Strategic Coaching and has over 12 years of experience in Project Management, Program Management, Portfolio Management (P3M) and Delivery Management. His educational foundation stands on a Computer Systems Engineering degree from Arizona State University, multiple Microsoft technical certifications, and the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

    Joe was born and raised on Guam and graduated from Father Duenas Memorial School before pursuing higher education in the mainland United States. Prior to returning to Guam in 2011, he contributed as a Computer Systems Engineer and Sr. Project Manager on enterprise-level deliveries with Microsoft and Accenture.