How DC Water Partnered with Rego to Design an Award-Winning PMO
As the world’s largest advanced wastewater treatment plant operator, DC Water depends on a well-designed and comprehensive Project Management Office (PMO) to ensure that its 2.1 million customers have safe drinking water.
In this webinar, you'll learn how DC Water joined with Rego to construct an award-winning, metrics-based PMO using Rego’s Clarity innovations. You’ll learn how their partnership resulted in a PMO that:
- Drives effective Demand and Portfolio Management for IT projects and programs
- Fosters real-time communication between Clarity and Microsoft 365 to keep DC Water’s Management team and Project Management community informed
- Allows the IT PMO to measure progress on objectives through metrics
Krupa Shah is a Project and Portfolio Management subject matter expert with extensive expertise in Gartner leading tools, including Workfront, Clarity, and HP PPMC. As an enterprise-focused strategic leader, Krupa has over fifteen years of experience driving enterprise application deployments, including consulting best practices, governance, program management, global team management, software development, and exceeding customer expectations. Her background includes project, portfolio, resource, capacity and work management, metrics, dashboards, and processes. Krupa brings a wealth of knowledge to implementing new processes and technology based on industry standards and guidance from Gartner, the PMO Council, and the Executive Advisory Board. Before joining Rego, Krupa managed the enterprise standards and implementation of Clarity for 9,000 users and fifteen business units at a Fortune 500 company.
Nana is an executive-level Project Management Office (PMO) expert with extensive knowledge and experience designing, implementing, and managing metrics-based PMO processes, including strategic planning, ideation, demand management, portfolio prioritization, portfolio optimization, resource allocation, program implementation (SAFe, SCRUM, Waterfall, etc.), continuous improvement and most importantly, program benefits realization. Before joining Abt Associates, he was employed as the Project Manager Office Director at DC Water. In 2020, Nana received the 2020 PMI PMO of the Year award.