Phillips Methodology for Collecting & Reporting Project ROI
Speaker: Wayne Brantley
What if you were called in by the CFO to identify what the ROI is for project management; could you do it?
Your job may well depend on it.
This presentation follows a methodology that has gained international acceptance for collecting and reporting project ROI.
The Philips Methodology has several components in its processes that methodically and credibly report ROI.
Project management is a demanding capital investment that must demonstrate its value to senior management to continue their support and to sustain its viability. This presentation will explain the process and identify how to collect and analyze the data, isolate the effects of other influences, and report the intangible and monetary benefits.
- Tools and techniques will be identified that can be used to collect data.
- Learn best techniques to analyze the data
- Identify how to report to executives the value of project management
Speaker Bio -
Wayne R. Brantley, MS Ed, PMP, PMI-ACP, ITIL, CSM, CSPO, CRP, CPLP -
Wayne is the Associate Vice President of Professional Education for Bisk and the Past-President for PMI Tampa Bay. Wayne has taught and consulted project management, quality management, leadership, curriculum development, Internet course development, and return on investment around the world to Fortune 500 companies. He has over 25 years' experience from the Air Force as a project manager for AF technology training and curriculum development programs.
Wayne is a dynamic speaker, trainer, and author that has spoken at numerous conferences such as; the Project Management Institute (PMI(r)), the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), and the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) annual conferences.
Wayne is certified by the ROI Institute as a Certified Return on Investment Professional (CRP). Wayne is currently an adjunct professor for The Florida Institute of Technology. Wayne is also a content contributor to the PMBOK Guide 6th edition and a co-author for the book; "Project Management ROI: A Step-by-Step Guide for Measuring the Impact and ROI for Projects".