Where Balanced Scorecard Strategic Planning and Project Management Merge

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Event Date
Start At : Wednesday, August 17, 2011 - 11:30am
End At : Wednesday, August 17, 2011 - 1:00pm

Where Balanced Scorecard Strategic Planning and Project Management Merge


Timothy J. Ciampaglio
President, Pharos Group Inc.

Date and Time

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
11:30 am: Networking
12:00- 1:00 pm: Program

1 PDU Credit will be available for Certified PMPs

Location and Cost

PMIWDC Members $30
Non-Members: $30
*Lunch will be served

Passion Fish   
11960 Democracy Drive
Reston, VA 20190
(703) 203-3474

About the Program

Project management professionals must understand the business case of the projects they are managing and may be required to report performance metrics indicating how the project is contributing to overall organizational strategy.  To help ensure proper portfolio management and alignment, it is important for project managers to understand how their projects map to overall organizational strategy.  Attendees will learn how to map project performance measures to the organization’s mission and vision and see how this can be automated.  This presentation will use a balanced scorecard approach to investigate how strategic planning merges with project management, the role that quality assurance plays in the overall infrastructure, and how critical this intersection is to the organization, especially in today economy and budget shortfalls.

About the Speaker

Timothy Ciampaglio

Timothy J. Ciampaglio

Timothy J. Ciampaglio is currently an Associate with The Institute and is a 23 year veteran of the United States Coast Guard where he focused on Maritime Operations, Training and Education, and Balanced Scorecard Strategic Planning.  Prior to retiring from the United States Coast Guard, Mr. Ciampaglio completed successful tours of duty totaling nearly 10 years at sea on six ships.  He commanded his last ship, the Coast Guard Cutter WASHINGTON in Honolulu, HI.  His last tour in operations was in the Coast Guard's most visible and demanding area of responsibility as the Sector Response Chief (Operation’s Officer), in Key West, FL.  He managed the operations center, and 12 subordinate units (ships, stations and aircraft) in all Coast Guard missions, including Search and Rescue, Alien Migrant Interdiction Operations, Counter Narcotics, Living Marine Resources and Homeland Security.  

Mr Ciampaglio’s final year of service was at Coast Guard Headquarters where he was the Chief of the External Coordination Division on the Commandant’s staff.  There he conducted high level Coast Guard briefs and prepared witnesses from O-6 thru O-10 (Commandant of Coast Guard) for 25 Congressional hearings. He also served as a Coast Guard spokesman on substantive issues relating to sensitive Coast Guard issues to congressional staffers.  He coordinated GAO/DHS Inspector General interactions related to 40+ audits, including document delivery and coordination of CGHQ meetings, field visits by audit teams. 

Mr. Ciampaglio currently holds a Master Professional Certification from The Balanced Scorecard Institute and has a broad background of experience which includes Balanced Scorecard Consulting for the Army’s Surgeon General, the Army Corps of Engineers, U. S. Coast Guard and other commercial entities.  He is Adjunct Professor at The George Washington University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences where he taught Strategic Human Resources (HR) Planning and Management, and The Art of Negotiations. He was also an Associate Professor at the Coast Guard Academy where he taught Macroeconomics and Organizational Behavior and Leadership.

He holds a B.S. in Psychology from Towson University and a Masters of Public Policy and Management, concentrating in Human Resource Management, from Carnegie Mellon University.


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