Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Doug Boebinger, MS, PMP, is available for interesting and engaging presentations on a variety of topics. Here’s a list of his upcoming speaking engagements:
October 29, 2014
Responding to program modifications from Sponsors and Clients
October 29 5:00-8:30 dinner at 4:30
Responding to Program Modifications from Sponsors and Clients (how to avoid scope creep and being in trouble with your boss): Changes are inevitable on all projects. How a project manages changes can make a project successful or cause it to fail. However, the project manager is not the only one involved in the change control process. The project sponsor and organizational executives play a key role in dealing with changes. The decision on how to handle a change is more than just a “simple” project decision, it is a business decision too.
Please contact us for more information.
Read what one conference planner had to say after booking Doug as a speaker:
“Doug was our principal speaker last year at our local PMI chapter’s professional development day. The feedback from our participants was so overwhelmingly positive that we retained Doug as the primary speaker again this year, and we are currently working with him to provide a PMP certification prep class to our group. Doug’s mastery of all the aspects of Project Management are evident in his presentations and his responses to participant’s questions. His unique delivery style keeps his audience engaged and fosters active participation from the attendees. While we have had other speakers come to our group throughout the years, Doug’s enthusiasm and knowledge have made him a favorite. We would highly recommend Doug, without reservation, as a presenter/instructor for your group.” — Frank Lopes, PMP, Vice President of Programs, Project Management Institute, Western Lake Erie Chapter
- Black Swans (no, not the movie): Explores the world of highly improvable risks that can have a substantial
impact on your project, your organization and the world
- “Poor Man’s” Approach to Monte Carlo: Explores why projects are planned for failure and ways to improve your probability of success without the expense and time required to use complicated Quantitative Risk Management methodologies
- Recovering Troubled Projects: Outlines the necessary steps to stop the hemorrhaging and get the project back onto the path to success.
- Building Better Parametric Cost Models: Explores ways to build more predictive parametric cost models to increase your cost estimating accuracy and overall project success.
- Personal Time Management: You are given the same 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year like everyone else. The difference is what you do with them; waste them, spend them or invest them