Paper and Presentation: Enabling Startup Venture Success through a Project Management Framework
Abstract: While social impact and mission driven ventures exploded over the past year to include investments in healthcare, climate tech, and sustainability, it was quickly followed by an unstable market trending downwards. As a result, ventures were impacted in what they could feasibly invest in and startups were affected in their ability to hire and scale.
This session will share experience from working within the venture startup space and how project management tooling and expertise was prioritized as an approach to navigate through organizational changes, build strategy, and track project outcomes. This session will share how various frameworks such as Agile, Scrum, and Kanban were leveraged to organize cross-functional teams’ workstreams in an ever changing environment. Finally, participants will learn how to develop an operational framework or strategy within a startup environment.
PMI Talent Triangle: Technical Project Management (Ways of Working)
Biography: Ms. Priyanka Surio has over a decade of healthcare/public health experience in academia, public and private sectors, and the clinical setting. Her professional areas of expertise include health systems transformation, program management, data analytics, public health informatics, mixed-methods qualitative/quantitative research, and health policy development.
She serves as a Senior Program Manager at Redesign Health, a venture studio at the heart of healthcare innovation. She’s also an Adjunct Professor at George Washington University for a graduate school course on Health IT, Informatics, and Decision Making. Ms. Surio is an Author of a non-fiction book, Third Culture Kids of the World, covering topics on globalization, sustainable travel, remote work, and the significance of activism in creating a better world for all.