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Management Solutions upcoming events.

 

Professional Education Courses

November 13th, 2018

Agile vs Traditional Project Management

Presenter: Scott Major, PMP

Location: University of Tennessee Chattanooga

9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

We’ve all heard the cliché of insanity being the practice of doing the same thing and expecting a different result. Though overused, it is often applicable and that is especially true in project management.  How often have you been part of a team or an organization that has done something because it has always been done that way, knowing that the results were less than desirable. Today, the most commonly discussed project management methods are traditional and agile. But what if we keep applying the wrong methodology for the project? These methodologies are simply tools for project managers to use and to fit best to each unique project. This session aims to provide some overview on both methodologies and explore the factors to consider when choosing which to use.

Risk Management

12:30 p.m.. – 3:00 p.m.

Risk is a part of every project, whether we manage them or not. Unmanaged, they wreak havoc on our project plans. Management of those risks allows us the ability to understand, and to some extent, control how they impact our projects. Learn how to use some of the basics of risk management like developing a risk management plan, identifying risks, assessing risks and responding to risks.

 

December 4th, 2018

Project Financial Management

Presenter: Sue Oliver, PMP, PMI-SP

Location: University of Tennessee Chattanooga

9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

From managers to engineers to consultants, we all make business decisions that impact the bottom line. Learn how to make informed decisions that reduce financial risk on projects and result in “no surprises” for your company and clients. Specific topics include contract types, financial metrics, charging guidance, and project accounting.

Change and Stakeholder Management

12:30 p.m.. – 3:00 p.m.

Explore the journey of change as it relates to both organizational change and project changed conditions. Learning and applying the people side of organizational change management helps the team become part of the solution. These same concepts can be applied to contractual change control, leading to successful projects that meet company goals and maintain stakeholder approval.

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