Falk's Eight Rules to Project Management Success
We only have 60 minutes. How much can we learn in that amount of time? How about over 40 years of business experience boiled down to 8 rules to make your life immensely easier. Whether you are a full time project manager or someone just starting your career, this presentation will give you a unique perspective on how to do your job more effectively. Bruce's humorous and somewhat irreverent look at how to manage your projects will ring true with common sense and reality. Come join us on May 26th. Walk away with information you will remember and use at home that night, at work the next day or right away with the person you have a Zoom call with when we finish.
Learning Outcomes & Objectives
Build and maintain genuine relationships at all levels
Determine when and how to make decisions and realize the consequences thereof
Define and use a workable team vocabulary and set of acronyms
Consider how to present information and material to upper management and team members
Test for responsibility and accountability, while easing your work burden
Learn to consider the politics of any given situation or organization
Implement effective risk management
Create an effective plan, use it and be ready to change it when the situation evolves
Have a little fun and build some morale as we do all of this
Bruce Falk, PMP, a senior partner with H. C. Phoenix Group, has more than 40 years experience as a project manager and consultant. He has worked in staff and management positions for IBM, helping both large and small organizations achieve significant success. At IBM, he initiated and led a national team in reengineering massive changes to long standing processes, resulting in notable savings, increased productivity, better morale and improved customer satisfaction. He currently teaches courses specializing in risk management, schedule and cost control, Earned Value Management, PMP certification, presentation skills and project management applications to many Fortune 1000 companies and government entities.
Bruce has been married for 30 years to the wonderful Dianne, who puts up with a lot. He has two sons recently finished with college and starting their loan repayments, so retirement is not an option anytime in the near future. In his spare moments, he is an Assistant Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 51 in Herndon, Virginia, whose motto is “Active Beyond all Reason”.
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