Webvent

Project Management

Thursday, February 11, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Lou Russell, President and CEO, Russell Martin & Associates

We all have good intentions, but once we start a new training project along with all the other projects we've got going, the projects can take on a life of their own. This webcast, developed in partnership with Russell Martin & Associates, will present concrete steps to improve your project management skills. Participants will learn critical project management strategies, helping them deliver learning and performance solutions that better support their business goals. 

After the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Differentiate between project management and project work.
  • Define the roles of the project manager, project sponsor, and other key individuals working on a project.
  • Create a project charter.
  • Build a project plan that includes schedules, resource allocations, and budgets.

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Presenter

Lou Russell
Lou Russell

President and CEO, Russell Martin & Associates

Lou Russell is the CEO of Russell Martin & Associates, as well as an executive consultant and speaker whose passion is to create growth in companies by guiding the growth of their people. In her speaking, training, and writing, Lou draws on 30 years of experience in helping organizations achieve their full potential. She inspires improvement in leadership, project management, and individual learning.

Lou is also the author of seven popular and practical books: IT Leadership Alchemy, The Accelerated Learning Fieldbook, Training Triage, Leadership Training, Project Management for Trainers, 10 Steps to Successful Project Management, and Managing Projects.
 


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