Type: Symposium Track Session Track: Project Management
Monday October 15 2:30pm to 3:30pm Credits: 1 PMI PDU, 1 IIBA CDU
All day long each of us is making choices and decisions. These build up to heavily impact the outcomes of our projects. How much of each decision is influenced by the information we have and how much by the way it’s presented?
Stephen Brown will discuss the role between human decision-making behavior and project information; how to leverage human bias in your favor to achieve better project outcomes.
1. Making processes quick and efficient
2. Ensuring outputs from projects are actioned around an agreed Visual-Action Framework
3. Reporting is visual and appealing to the recipient.
Stephen Brown Co-Founder and Director of Innovation, Polarisoft Stephen Brown is co-Founder and Director of Innovation at Polarisoft. For the last 20 years, Stephen has been addressing the needs of businesses to consume and manage more and more information. Advising some of the world’s largest companies on IT Strategy, he has shown how to create a significant return on investment on limited budget by implementing technology in very specific ways. His passion for technology and simplicity has helped Polarisoft build solutions that not only function, but are intuitive and simple to use. Stephen is a graduate of Purdue University and shares his time between the US and London.