Memorial Health

June 16, 2015

"Project and resource managers were in constant conflict because they didn't have a larger view of demand versus capacity and resources did not know the scope of work or priority." -Ana Johnson, Manager, IS Project Management Office

Learn how, knowing adoption of new software would be difficult, this organization leveraged a solution for project and resource management that would also enable best practices, processes, and change management techniques for adoption while ensuring ongoing success and maturity of their project portfolio. 

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