Live Webinar March 29th, 2017 – 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EDT
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training 1 Hour 1 PDU
Provider: The Corporate Education Group (REP 1011 )
Projects are the mechanism to realize business strategy, create competitive advantage and achieve organizational transformation.
Important stuff, but most often, projects are being done in addition to ongoing business operations with constrained resources.
Therefore success is dependent on getting the right resources, spending your budget wisely, and keeping people focused and motivated to execute.
Warning signs that a project is headed to failure include missed deadlines, confusion, conflict and churning. All this can contribute to project manager and team burnout.
Effective project managers look for these early warning signs of failure and burnout so they can take corrective actions, but more importantly, they proactively work to avoid them.
In this webinar you will learn tips and techniques to:
- Cultivate a healthy environment for your project, your team, and yourself
- Create best practices you can rely on to drive the project forward
- Leverage relationships to support and motivate
About the Presenter: Bonnie Cooper (LinkedIn profile), PMP®, Instructor and Consultant for Corporate Education Group, is a twenty-year information technology professional. In her current role as the Program Director for the Massachusetts Medical Society™(MMS) Corporate IT Program Office, Bonnie is responsible for coordinating the efforts of project teams, overseeing the implementation of project standards, managing the corporate IT strategic plan, and leading the program to re-engineer the membership platform for MMS.
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How To Avoid Project Failure & Burnout
|Technical Project Management||Leadership||Strategic & Business Management|
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