Hope is not a project management method
For Immediate Release
Hope is not a project management strategy or method
We all need a little hope now and then. However, does it seem like hoping is becoming more of an “influence” on project than the planning, controlling and adapting? Constant inundation and distractions make paying attention to all of the details difficult. Reduced headcount, distributed responsibility and executive demands are all trials to effective project management. This creates an environment where our teams may rely more upon hope than appropriate measures to deliver.
Value Transformation LLC founder, speaker and author, Mr. Jon M. Quigley, will present Project Management and HOPE at Hollins University for the Southwest Virginia Chapter of The Project Management Institute (PMI) in Roanoke, Virginia. This presentation will entertain and enlighten on how we may put too many of our eggs into the random chance or hope basket, expecting things to go simply according to plan instead of constant vigilance and adapting to the circumstances as they arise.
The presentation is January 13th 2015 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Hollins University. Details and online registration for the event can be found at:
Value Transformation is a business training company focused on product development from intellectual property generation through to manufacturing and end of life. This includes project management and the quality securing and cost improving activities associated with that development. We have decades of experience in product development much of which is embedded and software as well as automotive focused.
For more information on project management or product development from intellectual property generation to end of life for the product please call or email below. The sooner you call, the sooner you see the improvement you need.
Jon M Quigley
Value Transformation LLC
Telephone: (336) 484-1528
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