In today’s economy more than ever, an organization’s success is dependent upon leading projects to their successful outcomes. These projects can range from new product and technology introductions and construction projects to quickly turning around an adverse business situation or creating the ability to capitalize on a market opportunity. Starting with much fanfare, projects too often end with a whimper, are considerably over budget and end up delivering something less than expected. The reality is that success relies heavily on the entrepreneurial skills of the project leader. It is art blended with science. It requires dealing with a host of paradoxes managed in the course of connecting independent specialists toward a business objective. This workshop shatters many of the myths surrounding managing projects. Discussions present first-hand experiences and best practices of what works and why.
Illinois Institute of Technology Rice Campus
201 East Loop Rd
Wheaton, IL 60189
Who can attend?:
The event is open to the public.