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Getting Assigned in the Middle of a Project

Getting Assigned in the Middle of a Project

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PARKING/DIRECTIONS:


Recommended parking on Lady St. near 808 Lady St., or on Lincoln St. at the intersection of Lincoln and Lady Streets in the Vista area. The event location is in the "SOCO" building on the 1st floor, and the entrance to "Suite D" is on the side of the 808 Lady St. building.

 

DURING THE PRESENTATION:


Most of us know what it is like when we arrive late to a party and don't know anyone. Maybe we remember when we started a new school in the middle of the year and did not know who we could trust or befriend? These times can be frustrating, embarrassing, and confusing. When we are thrust into a situation late, most of us know instinctively that they have to catch up to the level of the group. Conversely, when a project manager gets put onto a project while in the execution phase, it is rarely a matter of learning where on the schedule the project team may be because most of the time, the project is over budget and behind schedule.


As an experienced project manager Mr. Kenneth Zenauskas will take the audience through several real-life projects to discover the common pitfalls that PMs fall into in situations like these. Through this lecture you will learn tried and proven methods that will help project management professionals know what to look for and how to begin managing a project in trouble.

 

BY THE END OF THE PRESENTATION, PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN: 

  1. What to do your first week
  2. Identify key risks and discard the nonsense
  3. Uncover the real problems
  4. Learn how to identify missed key stakeholders
  5. Understand the red flags
  6. Restart the project right
  7. Explain “sunk cost” and rebuild a realistic project budget and schedule

 

KEY TARGET AUDIENCE: 

Project Managers, Business Analysts, IT Developers, PMO Directors, and all other persons interested in learning more about breaking down complex projects into simple work packages using a hybrid project management methodology.

Event Properties

Event Date 11-14-2019
Event End Date 11-14-2019
Individual Price Free
Location BusinessPMO (Suite D)

Speakers

Kenneth “Kenny-Z” Zenauskas, BS

Vice President of Operations, BusinessPMO, Columbia, SC

As a founding Partner of BusinessPMO, Mr. Zenauskas has worked with clients such as the FBI’s Medicare Fraud Unit, Caterpillar, CIGNA, Boeing and most recently works with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Agency to design and manage many Information Technology projects. One of his most exciting recent projects was to get the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner off the ground.

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