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Webinar: How do you Manage Major Event Programs


Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description: 

Pcubed has worked on some of the most high profile, complex projects around the world including  the upcoming Olympics in London in 2012 and Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014, the World Cup, Formula 1 Grand Prix at Port Imperial New Jersey and others.   Ky Nichol will be discussing critical success factors for these large, complex initiatives and some important lessons learned including how to bring a diverse groups of stakeholders with differing agendas together so they agree on priorities and a shared goal as well as how to maintain momentum and support throughout so that the event is successfully delivered on time and on budget.

Presenter Info:

Ky Nichol is an accomplished consulting leader with over 12 years of experience in delivering complex programs and business transformation.  In addition to currently leading Pcubed’s sporting events practice with clients such as the Olympics Delivery Authority, Commonwealth Games, FIFA World Cup and Formula 1 Grand Prix of America, he has led change programs in areas such as outsourcing at the International Space Station, restructuring at Accenture, HR alignment across Shell, IT systems development in financial services, and building manufacturing facilities. Influencing at the board level, he has extensive experience in organizational change, strategy development, program management, and performance improvement.  For more information on Pcubed, please contact Ilona.kopelman@pcubed.com.

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