July 18th Adopt a Highway
Saturday, July 18, 2020 08:30 AM
SAVE THE DATE!! September 21st, 2020
TOPIC: Tools and Tactics to Recover Troubled Projects
PDU: 7.5 - Technical
SPEAKER: Shawn Belling M.S., PMI-ACP, PMP, CSP, & Vice-President, Professional Services for CloudCraze
We will be spending the day learning practical applications to asses a project and develop a recovery plan in 'real life' scenarios. For instance, how to get projects, months behind, back on track, to release it and immediately convert it to work with a brand new ERP system that goes live within 8-weeks, MUST work and is plagued by technical, sponsorship, governance issues. Just to name a few.
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