Since childhood we’ve heard this story and been clearly taught that the two pigs who were lazy and cheap were wrong. The hero of the tale was the pig who took the time to plan and deliver a high quality brick house. As a result, it has influenced our project management beliefs as adults: We expect organizations managing projects to approach their work with the same methodical and ultimately successful set of steps that the wise pig used.
What the Session Provides
This workshop will guide and help the Project Manager to plan, organize and control the project effort as well as costs. You can deliver the results the business demands!
What You Will Learn
- Differentiate between project management and project work
- Define the roles of the project manager, project sponsor and other key individuals on a project
- Create a project charter
- Build a project plan including schedules, resource allocations and a budget
- Create activity networks and other tools for communication project scope and activities
- Create criteria for monitoring and reporting progress
- Identify and manage project risk
- Anticipate changes that occur during project execution
- Estimate project activities accurately
- Manage external vendors more effectively
- Discover the power of the review process to improve future performance
ASTD NORTHEAST FLORIDA’S BIG EVENT
LEADING at the SPEED of TRUST®
Based on Stephen M.R. Covey’s Best Selling Book
“The Speed of Trust”
The ability to establish, grow, extend, and restore trust with all stakeholders – customers, business partners, investors, and co-workers – is the key leadership competency of the new global economy.” – Stephen M.R. Covey.
In the Leading at the Speed of Trust keynote, participants will learn a proven approach and experience practical tools that will allow them to increase and leverage trust. In the program participants will:
- Examine the need for trust in organizations and the high cost of low trust
- Analyze the factors that make you “trustworthy”
- Understand self, relationship and organizational trust
- Identify opportunities to grow, extend, and restore trust
- Learn the 13 behaviors common to high trust and understand the ‘Language of Trust’ as an important cultural and performance lever
The Multiple Pathways Model: Using Brain Research to Orchestrate Learning
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In this exciting presentation, infused with real brain images and interactive experiences, attendees will see how learning takes place. Go beyond visual, auditory, and kinesthetic pathways and learn about additional pathways strongly involved in learning. Acquire strategies for accessing these pathways in order to reach diverse learners.