Resurrecting the Program That Perished

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Event Date
Start At : Tuesday, January 18, 2011 - 5:30pm
End At : Tuesday, January 18, 2011 - 6:30pm

Resurrecting the Program That Perished


Peter Wilson


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Every third Tuesday of each month, at 5:30,
Immediately before the Fairview Park Dinner meeting.


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Fairview Park Marriott
3111 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, Virginia 22042

About the Program

Projects and programs can fail mid-stream. When they do, they can be killed and quickly abandoned. The reasons for failure may be related to poor timing, poor management, poor delivery, but the purpose of these programs may still be sound – and valuable to the organization if implemented correctly. When it’s time to revitalize a program, and it’s your responsibility to bring it back to life, what do you do? In this presentation, Mr. Wilson will share his experiences and lessons using the Standard for Program Management to breathe new life into enterprise architecture (EA) program. With this new life came a renewed focus upon customers, solving their problems, and driving results – enabled by sound program management practices.

About the Speaker

Peter Wilson

Mr. Wilson is the Technical Director of ICF International’s Information and Program Management offerings. He leads subject matter experts and teams to deliver technical services that span program and project management, strategy, governance, capital planning, enterprise architecture, solution architecture, strategic sourcing, and process improvement. He has eighteen years of consulting within government, healthcare, Fortune 500, and not-for-profit organizations. Mr. Wilson also supports public/private sector thought leadership and advisory initiatives. He currently chairs the Enterprise Architecture Competency Standards development initiative within the Industry Advisory Council’s (IAC) Enterprise Architecture Special Interest Group (EA SIG).


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