Offering tips and strategies for project managers, the event will present a new metaphor to identify the role of the project manager. A serious of situations will be presented in which various building construction related issues arise and will discuss and explain the solution. The fundamental managerial skills are applicable in any situation that involves a large team and accountability to a third party.
Dr. Yasser Osman has a distinguished background in the planning, design, and program/construction management of several unique, large-scale projects. He represented EWH to develop their new hospital, the first St. Regis in the Middle East, along with notable projects in the US and other countries. He was involved in leading the expansion of the healthcare system with new branches, and oversaw the transition of the company into a publicly traded business entity. When he is not involved in expansion, he manages the renovation and expansion of existing buildings, often with historic significance. He is familiar with a variety of project delivery methods, from traditional design-bid-build to design-build; well versed in program management; and has a keen eye for schedule and cost control. Well respected by clients and colleagues, Dr. Osman is known for establishing and maintaining excellent communication across multidisciplines, such as design teams, project stakeholders, owners, and contractors.
Project managers attending the session will have the chance to win one paper copy book (Buildings, Projects and babies, Managing to deliver) signed by the Author and mailed directly to your address. Three books will be offered by the end of the session.