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Improving Project Performance through Line of Sight
February 25, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm$60.00
Projects are intended to improve organizational results and yet often they fail to do so. During this discussion you will learn about project process, project roles and line of sight that links project work to organizational results. When you have line of sight in your projects, projects become results generators. Without it, projects either fail outright or fail to generate the needed business results. This program will help you understand what elements are missing from your process and why it is costing you between 15 and 50 percent of your project budget. You will leave this presentation knowing how to impact the performance of your projects immediately.
If you are looking for improved project results then this discussion is for you.
Andy Miller is a Senior Lecturer at UW Oshkosh. Prior to coming to UW Oshkosh he had almost 20 years of experience in project management, sales and marketing, and software engineering. He has six patents to his credit for software development. He is a certified project management professional (PMP) and is president of the PMI Northeast Wisconsin Chapter (PMI-NEW).
Mark Swiderski is a global expert, author and lecturer in the deployment of improved project management and operations performance. Mark has 35-plus years business experience, with 25-plus years of helping companies achieve their goals through the skills of people and improved methods. He helps individuals grow their capabilities at all levels and is a certified project management professional (PMP).