Project managers may fail to work on the right things at the right time with the right people, resulting in challenged and failed projects. Why does this happen? A top reason is the failure to organize projects properly. Learn to structure and manage your projects through risk categories and assessments, making it easier and quicker to complete your projects. While we will focus on project tools and techniques, these same concepts may be applied at the enterprise, portfolio, and program levels. Furthermore, these tips may be used in your personal lives.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Harry Hall was a speaker at our annual PMI Palmetto Symposium. Harry’s speaking style is personable, with relevant stories and actionable take-aways. His topic of risk is well-presented and relevant to both the project manager and most business professionals. We had the pleasure of having Harry speak in past years and he always received high marks from our attendees, so we were very pleased he could join our event. -Kathi Soniat, Past President, PMI Palmetto Chapter
Harry has led many workshops for the Columbus, GA PMI Chapter as he is one of the most requested facilitators. He is wonderful to work with in customizing workshops for our chapter members and always delivers a quality program. Harry has a wealth of knowledge and experience from which we all benefit in his workshops. -Alison Mills-Long, VP/BankCard Vendor Relationship Manager | Past President, PMI Columbus, GA Chapter
"I've received many outstanding responses from participants concerning Harry's Project Risk Management training." - Lanny Wingrove, Past President - Chattanooga PMI Chapter
Harry Hall, PMP, PMI-RMP
Hi, I'm Harry Hall, the Project Risk Coach. Many project managers spend their time putting out fires, rather than proactively moving things forward. The results are a loss of time, missed dates, frustrated team members, and adverse impacts to your project management career. Hey, I can help!
In this workshop, you will learn to do the things that matter most. Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let's start the discussion.