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Through this interactive session, Amireh will facilitate a game designed to provide a better understanding, appreciation and clarification of a PMO/Project Controls function in a business and the ways of promoting collaboration.
We will discuss, share and learn about:
1. What are the objectives of a PMO and Project Controls functions?
2. What are the inputs/outputs and valued outcomes of each function both individually and business and how they benefit the business?
3. How can a PMO and Project Controls representative collaborate and integrate with the business?
4. What are the main skills and competencies required in each area?
5. Who are the key stakeholders of each function and how we can manage them?
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