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 Improving Project Management Effectiveness

(Practical Tools for Managing Project Resources Effectively)

Saturday - October 16, 2010  (Part 1 of 2)
Saturday - October 23, 2010  (Part 2 of 2)

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St. Andrew United Methodist Church (UMC)
(1/2 mile east of the Dallas North Tollway)
5801 W. Plano Parkway
Plano, TX  75093-4637

     This special education/training seminar is intended for the benefit of unemployed and underemployed individuals who wish to become familiar with the ANSI standard guide to the project management body of knowledge.

Key benefits from attending this seminar

§  Learn how to set project goals to meet customer expectations

§  Explore ways to motivate project team members and support staff

§  Understand how to successfully work across functional boundaries

§  Examine tools for coping with scope, time, and cost constraints

§  Recognize the value in differentiating leadership from management

§  Learn how and when to implement change in project scheduling

If you are serious about improving your approach to managing projects, this seminar/workshop is for you !

 We hope to see you there.

David J. Lanners
MBA (Harvard), CFPIM, CIRM, CMQ/OE, CQA, CQE, PMP
12140 Larchgate Drive
Dallas, TX  75243-5053
469-287-8936 (office)
972-467-8559 (mobile)
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 AGENDA – Part I   (Sat - Oct 16)

  8:00a  -  8:29a  Participant Arrival and Sign-In

  8:30a  -  9:39a  Agenda Review, Seminar Expectations, etc.

                           Introduction via “Fearless Project Management”

                           Project Management Standards and Context

  9:40a  -  9:49a  Morning Break

  9:50a  - 10:59a  Processes and Integration Management

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

11:00a  - 11:19p  "Working Lunch" (with work as needed)

11:20a  - 12:19p  Scope and Time Management for PMs

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

12:20p  - 12:29p  Afternoon Break

12:30p  -  1:19p  Cost and Quality Management for PMs

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

  1:20p  -  1:29p  Afternoon Break

  1:30p  -  2:14p  Break-out Session for Knowledge Management

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

  2:15p  -  2:30p  Day One Review and “Homework”

 

  AGENDA – Part II   (Sat - Oct 23)

  8:15a  -  8:29a  Participant Arrival and Sign-In

  8:30a  -  9:39a  Agenda Review and Feedback from Day One

                           Team Exercise based on “Homework”

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons  Learned

  9:40a  -  9:49a  Morning Break

  9:50a  - 10:59a  Human Resources and Communications

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

11:00a  - 11:19p  "Working Lunch" (with work as needed)

11:20a  - 12:19p  Risk and Procurement Management

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

12:20p  - 12:29p  Afternoon Break

12:30p  -  1:19p  Professionalism in Project Management

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

  1:20p  -  1:29p  Afternoon Break

  1:30p  -  2:14p  Break-out Session for PM Simulation Exercise

                           Discussion and Analysis of Lessons Learned

  2:15p  -  2:30p  Day Two Review and General Q&A

 

We hope to see you there.

Best regards, David

PS: This is an excellent program! You won’t be bothered with commercials or promotions of any kind.

David J. Lanners
MBA (Harvard), CFPIM, CIRM, CMQ/OE, CQA, CQE, PMP
12140 Larchgate Drive
Dallas, TX  75243-5053
469-287-8936 (office)
972-467-8559 (mobile)
Email:
leaderhelper@gmail.com
Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/leaderhelper
Twitter: twitter.com/leaderhelper

Gratias ago ergo sum
"I thank therefore I am."

** THE BEST COMPLIMENT I CAN RECEIVE IS A “THANK YOU” **

This is a FREE event sponsored by CareerCare
RSVP is required at
http://bit.ly/cym3XZ

 Improving Project Management Effectiveness

(Practical Tools for Managing Project Resources Effectively)

Description: David Lanners,   CFPIM CIRM CMQ/OE CQA CQE PMP

David J. Lanners
CFPIM, CIRM, CMQ/OE, CQA, CQE, PMP

David Lanners specializes in service operations management, new business and product development, engineering administration, and project management education and training as an executive consultant.  He has a long history of success in identifying major opportunities for productivity and quality improvement through organization transformation; and starting in early November 2010, he will be delivering Continuing Education classes at Richland College.

Key benefits from attending this seminar

§  Learn how to set project goals to meet customer expectations

§  Explore ways to motivate project team members and support staff

§  Understand how to successfully work across functional boundaries

§  Examine tools for coping with scope, time, and cost constraints

§  Recognize the value in differentiating leadership from management

§  Learn how and when to implement change in project scheduling

David has refined his analytical skills through more than two decades of delivering executive consulting services and custom (tailored) seminars in operations management, new product development, engineering administration, and project management.   Before his most recent assignment as a senior consultant with NEC,   David directed an international consulting firm and held technical, senior advisory and managerial positions with several major high-tech companies.  David served on the Industry Advisory Council for the SMU School of Engineering and on the Program Advisory Council for LeTourneau University.   His community service includes substantial contributions in numerous appointed and elected positions with D/FW area non-profit organizations and international professional societies.

David received project management professional certification from the Project Management Institute in 1993 and served three terms as president of the 2,500+ member Dallas Chapter where under his creative disciplined leadership more than 1,000 chapter members earned their PMP certification and the chapter tripled in size in less than three years.   David is certified as a quality auditor, quality engineer, and quality manager by the American Society for Quality.   He is also certified at the fellow level in production & inventory management and certified in integrated resource management by the American Production & Inventory Control Society.   David was elected to Beta Gamma Sigma national business honor society and is a member of Mensa and Intertel.   He received an A.E.S. degree from Normandale College, a B.S.B. degree from the University of Minnesota and an M.B.A. degree from Harvard.