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The Project Recovery Process – Do You Know How to Recover a Project?

 

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:

Project Management is a tough job and even tougher when you have to step in and recover a troubled project. Do you know what to look for when you have to step into a new project that is struggling? Do you even know where to start? Join Bill Dow, PMP where he will take you through the steps to recover a troubled project. In this presentation, you will learn the three main components of recovering a troubled project. 1. Project Management 2. Project Execution 3. Change Management.

Learning Objectives
• Where to start when recovering a project
• What are the key components to look for in recovering a project
• How you should document and report your findings

 

Presenter Info:

Bill Dow, PMP, is a published author and project management professional with more than two decades of experience in information technology, specializing in software development and project management. Bill has built and operated large project management offices (PMOs) and is the author of three project management books. The latest is Project Management Communication Tools, co-written with Bruce Taylor. Contact Bill at billdow@dowpublishingllc.com.

 


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Bill Dow
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Bill Dow, PMP, is a published author and project management professional with more than two decades of experience in information technology, specializing in software development and project management. Bill has built and operated large project management offices (PMOs) and is the author of three project management books. The latest is Project Management Communication Tools, co-written with Bruce Taylor. Contact Bill at billdow@dowpublishingllc.com.

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