PM Blasphemy: When Not to Do PM the Official Way

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
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In 1969, the Project Management Institute (PMI) was founded. Project Management specialists were building large buildings, roads, bridges, some of the first computers, and lunar modules. AT&T telephone operators still plugged wires into boards to transfer calls. Paper memos slowly communicated work to be done. Multitasking was unheard of! The PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) established a standardized and control-focused approach to completing projects, in the same way ADDIE standardized the new field of training. 

Flash forward to 2014: Our work is filled with interruptions, un-ending work, dysfunctional multi-tasking, and highly-matrixed organizations. To be successful, we have to look at our project artifacts and tools in a new way. Join Lou Russell to learn about short-cuts that help “accidental” project managers organize and adapt to chaos.


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Lou Russell is president and CEO of Russell Martin & Associates. She is the author of The Accelerated Learning Fieldbook, Project Management for Trainers, IT Leadership Alchemy, Leadership Training, and 10 Steps to Successful Project Management. She is a frequent contributor to several magazines, including Computer World, Cutter Executive Reports, and Network World. She also publishes the monthly Learning Flash electronic newsletter.

A popular speaker, Lou addresses national and international conferences such as the Project Management Institute, Project World, and LotuSphere. She holds a master’s degree in instructional technology from Indiana University and a computer science degree from Purdue University, where she taught database and programming classes.

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