Ever wonder what the most common, often simple things that happen during a project that can make or break its success? In this presentation we will discuss the ten most common ways a project could go wrong and some lessons learned on how you might change that. From communications and sponsorship to political landscape, risk management and good planning, learn how you might help correct the course of a project gone wrong.
1. The top 10 most common mistakes that derail your projects
2. Joe’s Truisms - how to overcome the common mistakes
3. Leadership tips and techniques
4. How to learn from “Dilbert” - the keys to repeatable, consistent project success
5. Communications - what you need to know and practice
Learn to take your “game” to the next level by accepting and practicing these common sense, yet often overlooked, principals.
Speaker: Joe Perzel
Speaker's Title: Partner, JPerzel, Corp
Joe Perzel has been leading projects of all sizes and managing staffs since 1982 in both a corporate and vendor capacity. He has a background in multiple industries including healthcare, insurance, finance, government, non-profit, K12 and higher education, audit and compliance, manufacturing and agri-business. Presently Joe is Partner JPerzel Inc. as well as Program Manager at Surescripts LLC. He has also held leadership positions at Cargill, MN Workers Compensation Insurers Agency, Thomson Reuters and International Multifoods.
Joe has been presenting since 2002 on topics ranging from project management, leadership, strategy, negotiations/sales, career management and entrepreneurship. Most recently he has been the keynote at the Rochester CTC Leadership conference, Manitoba PMI PDD, Central Arkansas PDD, as well as presented to PMI-MN, PMI International, PMI (Atlanta, Delaware Valley, Dallas, Heartland, MileHigh, Silver Springs), IIBA, MN State Symposium, St Cloud State University and the University of St Thomas.
His presentation and workshops range from topics for beginners through intermediate and advance attendees.
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