Wednesday, March 24, 2021
With Martin VanDerSchouw
8:30 AM to 9:00 AM Registration
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Session
The Grove at Mission Hills Church
620 Southpark Dr, Littleton, CO 80120
LIVESTREAM and RECORDING AVAILABLE
New initiatives, or projects, represent creating something new: a new way of conducting business, a new product, or a new service. Projects represent changing something for someone. They are critical to every organization, because without projects, organizations quickly fall behind the competition. Some organizations execute projects well, while others do not. So, what is the secret sauce?
This fast-paced, dynamic presentation will examine the latest tools and techniques used to successfully deliver business value using the discipline of professional project management. Together, we will explore the hottest trends in the field used by project managers from a wide range of industries and learn how common sense tools and techniques allow the delivery of innovation faster, cheaper, and with less stress. Our focus will be on examining and understanding why some techniques work in some environments and other do not, what are the key indicators of success, and provide participants with the skills necessary to effectively make use of tools that are quantitatively proven to deliver higher business value in less time.
Agile, waterfall, spiral – sometimes it seems like an alphabet soup. This presentation will cut through the jargon and examine the performance differences of various methods and the most effective tools, and give practical advice for how to deliver better, faster, and cheaper, all while keeping your people energized and engaged.
If you are a champion of innovation and seeking to add value to your organization TODAY, this is a presentation you can’t miss.REGISTER FOR LIVE EVENT » REGISTER FOR LIVE STREAM »
Instructor: Martin VanDerSchouw
Martin VanDerSchouw currently serves as President & CEO of Looking Glass Development, LLC. In addition to his position as CEO, Mr. VanDerSchouw is also the author of the books Practical Project Management: A User’s Guide to Getting Things Done, as well as Flavor of the Month and A Leadership Fable, and the upcoming books Scrum for the Rest of Us, PMOs That Deliver, and The Common Sense Leader. Martin and his work have appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Investors’ Business Daily, Forbes Magazine, Interactive Week, Virtual Finance, PM Network, the LA Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the San Jose Mercury News.
With 30+ years of experience as an executive and information technology professional, Martin has served as a Colorado State Commissioner governing all State IT projects, the External Relations and Volunteer Involvement Committee Chair and the Chair of Performance Oversight and Secretary Treasurer as a member of the Project Management Institute’s International Board of Directors. He was PMI’s International Leader of the Year and was named to the Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40. Martin is a member of the University of Kansas’ multi-billion dollar Endowment Board and served as a member of the prestigious President’s Business Advisory Council advising two U.S. Presidents.
Previously, Mr. VanDerSchouw served as Chief Technology Officer for the country’s 3rd largest interactive agency, where he worked with firms such as Amazon.com, HotMail, Sun Microsystems, and ESPN.com. Prior to his CTO posting, Martin was an information technology executive with Wells Fargo & Company in San Francisco, California.
- The different techniques available to manage projects and organizational change.
- Why organizations should not use the same process for every project.
- The most effective tools for the most common project scenarios.
- How to start implementing the most effective techniques immediately.
Competencies and Target Audience
Level of Leaders
MOST appropriate = Level 2 (Leader of Others) = Middle managers, people leaders, frontline supervisors
NEXT appropriate = Level 3 (Leader of Self) = High potentials, emerging leaders, 1st time managers
Registration Options & Pricing
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- $249 per person. Includes coffee service, parking, and materials. (No lunch)
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- $1249 for 25 people
- $1999 for 125 people
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Delivery Method: Group-Live
Elements of Engagement: Large group discussion, small group discussion, partner exercises, individual reflection
Recommended CPE Credits: 3.6 for the Group Live event only
Recommended Field of Study: Personal Development
Program Level: Basic
Advance Preparation: NONE
Cancellation Policy: A 100% refund will be given if notice is received 72-hours (3 business days) prior to the learning event. Within 3 business days, substitutions ARE allowed. No refunds are given for sickness or inclement weather, unless CDOT closes the roads. Registrants who do not attend and do not substitute another person will receive a recording of the event. For more information regarding refunds, concerns, and program cancellation policies, please contact our offices at 303-471-7401. Please email our registrar Nadine Balabanoff at [email protected] to have your ticket transferred to another attendee.
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This program is valid for 3 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.
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