Hosted by Kenneth Zenauskas
VP of Operations
No one likes escalating problems to their Project Board or sponsor. Most project managers would rather struggle than to ask for help. This process can be a pain point and can give rise to strife within the project team and its members. Because of this fact, it is important to know what kind of situations are appropriate when escalating. Also once escalation has happened, how can a project manager use soft skills to avoid conflicts and productivity decreases that usually arise.
In this lecture Kenneth Zenauskas will use real-life situations where escalating made a real difference in their project. He will also go into detail on the five scenarios where it pays to escalate.
|Event End Date||03-12-2020|
|Registration Start Date||01-12-2020|
|Individual Price||$20 (Free for Members)|
|Location||BusinessPMO (Suite D)|
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.