Don't Forget This Important PCM Resource

By Michael Humphrys posted 07-22-2019 07:20 PM


HEUG offers members a tremendous array of resources to support their work with Oracle. The Alliance and Regional Conference are arguably the most visible of these resources.  We also can't forget the great work and support of all the Communities and Product Advisory Groups.

Another valuable resource offered by HEUG are On Demand Education sessions.  These webinars are offered regularly and cover a broad spectrum of topics of interest to HEUG members.  Just go to the E-Academy On Demand Education page to learn more about what's coming up and to explore the archives.

There are several archived webinars that cover Project & Change Management (PCM) topics. For your convenience, below is a listing of some recent PCM webinars.






June 27, 2019

Agile Project Management Methodologies

February 12, 2019

The Organized Trainer

December 13, 2018


November 1, 2018

Best Practices in PowerPoint

September 26, 2018

Effective Change Management Strategies: Top 6 Questions to Ask and Answer

September 20, 2018

Best Practices in Webinars

September 13, 2018

Process Mapping for Efficiency and Cross-Training

September 12, 2018

Leveraging Project Management Skills to Become a More Effective Leader

June 27, 2018

Change Management for Key Stakeholders and Users

January 25, 2018

Projects - Factors for Success

December 11, 2017

Cloud ERP Training for the Modern User

December 11, 2017

Waterfall, Iterative, Incremental, or Agile? Advantages and Disadvantages for Changing Methodologies Mid-Implementation

September 14, 2017

Using a Train-the-Trainer Approach: Tips, Tricks, and Lessons Learned

August 17, 2017

Agile Doesn’t Mean Sloppy

July 24, 2017

Business Process Improvement

June 15, 2017

Business Analysis & Project Management: The Why, the What, & the How

April 6, 2017

Cloud Readiness (Huron 6-part series) - To get started, view Part 1

September 27, 2016

Planning for Oracle Cloud Applications (Huron 6-part series) - To get started, view Part 1

April 29, 2016

How to Write Specifications