Organizations are regularly and dramatically impacted by evolving macro events – from industry trends to shifting economic conditions to government policy changes to, as we now know, global pandemics. As a result, strategic plans and the ensuing project focus must adapt as well.
But how can this effectively be achieved? The planning cycles for major capital projects regularly span multiple years. Traditional Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions enable you to select what is believed to be an optimal portfolio of projects but then force you to toss that decision over a wall to be executed.
This webinar will cover a holistic, enterprise approach that couples project portfolio management with project controls best practices to drive greater enterprise agility and smarter decision making once the world of planning collides with the ever-changing realities of project delivery.
We’ll also use the EcoSys Enterprise Project Performance platform to illustrate how these principles help organizations achieve their business goals and drive higher returns and margins on their project investments.
This webinar is presented as part of CII's Covid-19 Webinar Series.
Director, Project Portfolio Management
Associate Director for Deployment
From Hexagon's PPM division, EcoSys is the Enterprise Project Performance software platform that helps project-driven organizations align and manage organizational strategy and project/contract execution. By increasing visibility into performance and predictability across the full life cycle of projects and portfolios, EcoSys helps you identify what drives project and organizational success, and take proactive measures to maximize returns and margins.
About the Construction Industry Institute (CII):
CII, based at The University of Texas at Austin, is a consortium of more than 135 leading owner, engineering-contractor, and supplier firms from both the public and private arenas.
These organizations have joined together to enhance the business effectiveness and sustainability of the capital facility life cycle through CII research, related initiatives, and industry alliances.
For questions about CII, please contact Associate Director, Jenny Bien.