The Success Factor – Why most project projects deliver successfully but still fail
Type: Symposium Track Session Track: Project Management
Monday October 30 2:30pm to 3:30pm Credits: 1 PMI PDU - Leadership, 1 IIBA CDU
This presentation / workshop presents the tools and techniques needed to establish tangible, meaningful and measureable success factors. Work towards the project success criteria throughout your project to ensure your project is a complete success by interim measurements of project success criteria and managing the expectations of project sponsors and stakeholders. Stop your projects from being half successful, half failure.
Learn Why Project Success Criteria is Important in Setting Expectations with Sponsors and Stakeholders
Establish Project Success Factors that are Tangible and Meaningful for Your Projects
Focus Your Project Towards Project Success Criteria
Paul Crosby , Bob the BA Paul is the Co-Founder of The League of Analysts Inc, Chief Financial & Marketing Officier for Bob the BA, and Editor-in-Chief for BA / PM Times. Paul was Past President of Minneapolis-St Paul Chapter which was awarded Chapter of the Year and Most Innovative Chapter by IIBA. With over 25 years of experience in manufacturing, insurance, healthcare, education, and government sectors in the roles of CFO, Portfolio Manager, Program Manager, Project Manager, Educator, Editor, Business Analyst and Green Belt Process Improvement. Paul has helped many companies think, learn, and work differently to achieve amazing results.