Register for our May 30th online webinar “Shifting the Worry Curve”

Event: Webinar: Project Management and “Shifting the Worry Curve”

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Description: Anyone who’s worked on projects knows that surprises can often become the norm, not the exception. Unfortunately, many project surprises that could have been identified early go unnoticed until it’s too late. These “last minute surprises” lead to an inordinate amount of time spent on playing catch-up and, ultimately, missed deadlines, cost overruns, and poor quality.

The solution is to shift the worry curve earlier in the project life cycle. This shift requires a formal project management methodology, one that includes a structured and disciplined control process.

In this 1-hour webinar, Jay Wilson, Director of Training for PMAlliance, Inc., will explain why project teams and project managers continue to operate in the panic mode, and how a shift in focus can dramatically improve project outcomes.

Agenda

  • Overview of the elements of project management
  • Examine the typical project worry curve
  • Evaluate a superior approach to managing focus and project deliverables
  • Understand the interrelationship of project management elements
  • Learn to manage client and team member expectations

Who Should Attend? Project sponsors, managers and team members seeking to gain greater insight into successful project management methods.

 

Sponsor: IMEC and PMAlliance, Inc.

Presenter: Jay Wilson, Director of Training for PMAlliance, Inc.

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Location: Online

Date: 05/30/2012

Time: 10:00AM-11:00AM

Status: Confirmed

Cost: $0

Audience: Manufacturers

Contact Name: Amy Fitzgerald

Contact Phone: 309-677-2977

Contact Email: [email protected]

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