SLDS Webinar - National Center for Education Statistics

SLDS Webinar - National Center for Education Statistics

K-12 Project Management and ROI Analysis November 15, 2011 10:00 11:00 Neal Gibson (AR) Troy Wheeler (ID) Jim McMahon (LA) 1 K-12 PM and ROI Analysis: AR

2 K-12 PM and ROI Analysis: AR 3 IT Steering Committee Educating ALL Staff on process Publish Results

Return on Investment Project Planning K-12 PM and ROI Analysis: ID Current Investments $8.5 M in total build out $1.8 M ongoing operational spend No formal ROI review to date

End to End audit in process Estimate between $5-15M in overstatement of ADA in our first year of operation 4 4 K-12 PM and ROI Analysis: LA Client defines the expectations. Vendor and Client are clear on

expectations. Deliverables are identified. Milestones are identified. Process to manage the project on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Process to get acceptance and fulfill contract.

5 K-12 PM and ROI Analysis Contact Info: Neal Gibson, 501-852-2296, [email protected] Troy Wheeler, 208-332-6982, [email protected] Jim McMahon, 225-342-1803, [email protected] 6

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