Start Date: 3/8/2018 11:30 AM EST
End Date: 3/8/2018 1:30 PM EST
Venue Name: Unanet
22970 Indian Creek Drive # 200
Thursday, March 8, 2018
For SECAF Gov Con Members!
CXO Forum: Understanding Project KPIs to Drive Financial Performance for Gov Cons
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22970 Indian Creek Drive #200
Sterling, VA 20166
11:30am - 1:30pm
Emerging contractors face significant challenges when competing with each other and the largest Primes! The most successful emerging contractors rely on a set of key performance indicators (KPls) to track financial and project performance. These KPIs are utilized by various stakeholders that need real time information to ensure success and profitability. Establishing the right KPls needed to support business goals can be tricky, and in this session we will discuss best practices to establish metrics, how to avoid common mist akes, and see how a single source of truth can help your company get the actionable information needed to drive project success!
Highlights will include:
Speaker: Kim Koster, Unanet, Director of Product Marketing
- Best practices for establishing KPls for your organization
- Aligning KPls to corporate goals
- Common financial and project metrics
- Real-time metrics for reliable decision making
Kim Koster is currently the Director of Product Marketing at Unanet, a leading provider of software solutions for project based businesses. Kim has 28 years of experience working in the government contracting space. She spent the majority of those years working for Raytheon and ATK. Kim held management positions such as Product Line Business Manager, Javelin JV Controller, EVMS Focal Point, and Business Systems Director. She has been a trainer in her organizations and has provided guidance to many finance, project and executive teams. Kim has been a speaker at multiple events to include PMI Global Congress, IPM Conference, EVM World, 8A Conference, and multiple webcasts and other venues. She is a graduate of the University of North Texas.
Who should attend?
No cost but you MUST register in advance. Space is limited.