If your company has processes for running the business, does it have processes for changing the business? As Artificial Intelligence (AI) expands, the quantity of projects will increase and project duration will decrease, i.e. more projects faster. If your company is not consciously creating its future, then it’s at risk of becoming obsolete.
Project management is your organization’s business process for creating your company’s future.
If you’re interested in improving how your company does projects, then this workshop is for you. If you’re starting with a blank slate, if you’ve implemented portions of a process and not sure what to do next, or if you’ve implemented a project management process and it’s not producing the expected results, then this workshop is for you.
Participants will work in teams sharing issues & suggestions to help each other develop a tailored project plan for improving their company’s project management results. The workshop will focus on process and be software neutral. During the exercises participants will start with best-in-class processes and templates, apply guided training and coaching, and produce a tailored process for their company.
Most companies struggle when it comes to planning and implementing projects. It doesn’t need to be that difficult. Project management can be simple, easy, & rewarding, when you have and follow a process tailored for your company.
(Students should bring a laptop, PC or Mac, with them to class. Introduction to Basic Project Management is a recommended prerequisite for this workshop, but not required.)
Stephen Stofanak is a senior management consultant with over 35 years of business experience. He started his career as an engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation spending 23 years in various technical and management positions in the field as well as at Corporate Field Service and Corporate Manufacturing & Logistics. While at Digital he helped develop the Digital Program Methodology which was used by Digital's consultants for planning & implementing customer projects. He had his own consulting company delivering project and organizational change management training, consulting, and coaching to over 300 companies throughout New England. He worked with such companies as Fairchild, The Jackson Laboratory, Public Service of NH, Cornell University, Laconia Savings, Felton Brush, Kennebunk Savings, York Hospital, Saint-Gobain, and St Joseph's Hospital/Bangor.