Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
When Dr. Frankenstein created a human being from various dead body parts, his elation was beyond imagination. Little did he know that his complex undertaking would soon become a Monster that was out of control. In a similar way, many organizations may be faced with having to deliver a complex undertaking with many people, functional silos, distributed accountability, etc.
You go thru cycles of:
- Complex Creation…
- Pulse on the Project… check for Life…
- Elation that you have a Live Project, and
- Sometimes faced with realization that This is a Monster Project
Developing a Monster schedule to address this complexity can be daunting. So, we want to arm you with some knowledge that may help you before you begin creating a schedule. This workshop will share the tips & techniques for “Taming the Monster Schedule”.
Nick Campanis, is a PMP with 20+ years of project management experience in planning and implementing a variety of new, multi-million dollar product introductions, ranging from small to larger complex products for the Consumer, Commercial and Healthcare industries. Nick’s passion for project management extends into volunteer efforts as well as various speaking engagements and published articles. Nick is a Project Manager at Bausch & Lomb
Angelo Arcoleo is a PMP with 30+ years of experience in engineering, project management, planning and training. He leads projects and teams to plan and execute critical projects utilizing his experience, quiet-leadership, passion and versatility to work with anyone. He is a professionally trained Civil Engineer and has a BS degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Angelo is a Master Scheduler for Exelis – Geospatial Systems Division; Orange Belt in Microsoft® Office Project; and President of MPUG (Microsoft® Project Users Group).
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