Topic: How to Recover Your Project
Location: Online Webinar
Date: Coming Late September
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
1 PDU - Technical Project Management
Our September webinar will focus on how the Recovery Machine can help you recover your projects.
What does a dynamic project model look like and what are its critical performance metrics?
How does entre (rookie-pro) learning affect progress early in the project?
How well does the Recovery Machine detect and respond to shocks to the project?
Does it respond in time?
What role do traditional earned value metrics play in the Recovery Machine's success?
Why should we avoid overtime as a response?
What is the "desert of resources" at the end of a project and how do we manage it?
How do these lessons apply to agile projects?
Finally, can we apply these lessons to our own projects in an effective way?
Attend this webinar to hear how the Recovery Machine can help you recover your projects. Have a pencil and paper handy to make some notes on typical problems.
About the Speaker: Jack Nevison
Jack Nevison, PMP, is President of New Leaf Project Management, a premier project management training and consulting company. He is the author of six books and numerous articles on computing and project management. He is the primary author of New Leaf’s cornerstone program, “Five Sigma® Project Management”, the 15-step web-based educational series "QPM™" (Quantitative Project Manager), and, most recently, two articles in the Journal of Modern Project Management on the dynamics of project management.
Nevison has built and sold two businesses, managed projects, managed project managers, and served as both an internal and an external management consultant. He has been featured in articles in The Wall Street Journal, and his comments have appeared in Science, Time, U.S. News and World Report, and the Project Management Journal.
He is a past president of the PMI Mass Bay Chapter and a past chair of the Greater Boston Chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery. He served on the editorial board of the PMNetwork for ten years and chaired the Chapter 7 (Cost) revision for the PMBOK Fifth Edition.