5:00 | Registration, Networking
5:45 | Dinner
6:45 | Announcements, Introduction of Program
7:00 | Guest Speaker (1 PDU)
8:00 | Participants network and/or participate in SIGs
8:15 | PMO SIG, Quality SIG programs (1 PDU)
Often seen as separate disciplines, project management (PM) and change management (CM) provide the best value when paired together as an integrated approach to a transformation program that requires sustainable organizational changes. This presentation explores the core elements of both disciplines and provides a strategy for integrating both such that the sum is greater than the individual parts. The presentation will provide real life examples of integrating PM knowledge area with change management principles based on presenters’ wide experience as a CM and PM practitioners and consultants for Fortune 500 companies.
Deven Trivedi is an experienced Project Manager in KPMG’s Advisory Technology Enablement practice with more than 15 years of experience managing large IT integration and transformation projects, IT project portfolio management, PMO assessment and governance engagement. Deven has worked with the Fortune 500 corporations with varying industry including life science and pharmaceutical, financial and insurance, entertainment and industrial manufacturing sector. Deven provides thought leadership at KPMG in the area of Agile Project Management methodology. Deven holds PMP and ACP certification from Project Management Institute. Deven holds Masters in Chemical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and MBA in Finance from Rutgers University. Deven is a board member and vice president at PMI New Jersey chapter for the past 6 years and volunteering for the chapter for more than 15 years.
Chris Turner is a Director in KPMG’s Advisory People and Change practice with 20 years of training and 17 years of consulting experience for large global firms, regional boutique firms, and industry. During this time, Chris has led projects for a range of F100 companies in the IT, Insurance, Finance, Publishing, and Healthcare industries as well as non-profit clients in the education sector. For the last 4 years, Chris has led transformational IT projects assisting clients in various industries with process improvement and adoption of a new IT tools. His core work focus includes: Organizational Change management; Training and Learning Development; Marketing and Communications; and Talent Development. Chris’ work is based on a deep understanding of organizational and interpersonal complexity dynamics built on learning and motivational theory foundations. Chris holds a PhD and MA in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University and an MEd from Arizona State University.
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