Learning Innovations in Project Management Training
20 May 2011
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hilton Arlington, 950 N. Stuart St., Arlington, VA 22203
Board Member – $99.00
Member Registration Fee – $99.00
Non-Member – $129.00
Student Member – $90.00
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Do you manage projects? Do you anticipate adding that responsibility as your career progresses? Would you like to learn project management skills at the project's expense, or become more skilled at project management before your first project team meeting? Learn how with an expert!
Bill Fournet will engage participants in discussions and lead interactive exercises to enhance the effectiveness of your organization's people, including:
Exploring the benefits of increased project communication and transparency
Exploring the triple constraint of projects (cost, time, scope) and the disciplines needed to keep it in balance
Expanding your project management vision based on industry trends and practices
Participants will explore key project management approaches that support the multi-generational workforce. Learn tools and techniques for project management training delivery. Help integrate project management with your organization's other curricula. Work through several topics, ranging from communications to project constraints as well as best practices via hands-on experiential exercises.
PMPs will earn 7.5 PDUs.
About Our Speaker
Bill Fournet is founder and CEO of The Persimmon Group, a consulting and training firm headquartered in Oklahoma. TPG specializes in project management training and business consulting. Bill has paved his career path by paying attention to our greatest resource: people. His experience managing high-performance teams on multi-million dollar projects has directly influenced his unique business philosophy. Bill has helped enhance numerous Fortune 1000 organizations in various fields including energy, financial services, aerospace, telecommunications, government and human resources. Bill earned a bachelor's degree from Vanderbuilt University and his master's degree from Oklahoma State University.
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