We invite you to join us for the launch of the Ireland Chapter of PMI, PMO Community of Practice
The objective of the PMO Community of Practice is to provide a forum for PMO practitioners in Ireland to meet and discuss matters of mutual importance and to create knowledge to be shared across the PMO community.
The Community of Practice is part of the Ireland Chapter of PMI,
We welcome practitioners who enable and support the management of change in organisations. We encourage membership from across the whole PMO community from leaders, sponsors, practitioners to new entrants in the field.
Our aim is to provide a collaborative open forum for a PMO community with an interest in the role of PMOs, to get together, share ideas, offer support and advice to the PMO community, and to create valuable practice-oriented knowledge, which helps drive the PMO profession forward in Ireland.
Jackie Glynn - President of Ireland Chapter of PMI
Terence O'Donnell - Projects and Consulting Partner at Auxilion
Dr. Joe Peppard - MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
Cleo O'Beirne -Head of Programme Management Office in the Office of the Revenue Commissioners
You will earn 1.5 PDU - 1.0 Strategic and 0.5 Leadership for attending this event.
Register now to join. A link to the live event will be sent to all registrants on December 7th, 2021
|Event Date||08-Dec-2021 8:00 am|
|Event End Date||08-Dec-2021 9:30 am|
|Registration Start Date||18-Nov-2021 5:30 pm|
|Cut off date||07-Dec-2021 6:00 pm|
|No. of Strategic PDUs||1.0|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||0.5|
|PMI Event Number||C144KB106F|
|Location||Virtual Panel Discussion|
Terence has extensive Project Management experience in both the public and private sector and is currently Projects & Consulting Director @Auxilion, part of the I.T. Alliance Group. The company delivers a range of Project Management and IT Services in Ireland and the UK.
Governance and compliance are two specialties that Terence leverages in his consulting engagements; as a certified Data Protection Officer with extensive experience in corporate and project governance, he has a track record of advising clients in the data protection and compliance domain in the new 'GDPR era'.
Prior to this he was the Director of the Centre for Project Management in UL and was the Professor in Project Management; he was also the Director of the MBA programme during his tenure.
This was preceded by Global PMO Roles in Digital / Compaq where he ran major global ICT and organisational change programmes for a series of 'blue-chip' clients.
He is also a non-executive director of a number of organizations where project management & IT services are the dominant skill-set.
He is a founding member of the Ireland Project Management Institute's (PMI) chapter and is a past president of the Irish chapter; he has a B.Sc. in Computer Science, a Masters in Project Management, a Masters in Governance, a Masters in History and holds a range of industry accreditations including the PMP, PgMP & the PfMP. He was recently recognised for his consulting and training engagement in the field of Project Management by being awarded the Distinguished Contribution Award at the 2017 Ireland National Project Management Awards for his career achievements (thus far!).
Dr. Joe Peppard is currently on leave of absence from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. With his reference discipline in information systems, Dr. Peppard researches, teaches and consults in the domains of IT leadership, digital strategy and innovation, the execution of digital transformation programs, IT value and in the role, structure and capabilities of the IT unit in a digital enterprise.
Findings from his studies have been published in leading journals including California Management Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, and Harvard Business Review. His most recent book (with Tony Gerth) Taking the Reins as CIO: A Blueprint for Leadership Transitions was published in February 2020 by Palgrave Macmillan while the 4th Edition of The Strategic Management of Information Systems: Building a Digital Strategy (Wiley) appeared in 2016.
In his advisory practice, Dr. Peppard works closely with senior executives and Board members of large complex organizations in both public and private sectors helping them navigate the technology landscape.
Cleo O'Beirne leads the Programme Management Office in the Office of the Revenue Commissioners having taken on the role in 2017.
Cleo has over 15 years experience in the IT industry with a MSc in Software and Information Systems. She was previously involved in achieving ISO certification in Information Security and Business Continuity for Revenue and has lead on the delivery of a number of key IT projects.
In her current role, Cleo also has responsibility for financial and external resource management for projects.