Chapter Meeting - Creating Project Teams of Distinction

10 Nov 2015 - 6:00pm
Royal Palace

6:00 | Registration, Networking & Dinner
6:45 | Announcements, Introduction of Program
7:00 | Guest Speaker or Internal Program (1 PDU)
8:00 | Participants network and/or participate in SIGs
8:15 | PMO SIG, Quality SIG programs (1 PDU)

Creating Project Teams of Distinction

The quality of an organization’s project and program teams—specifically, how they are motivated and unified to achieve a mission—has a major impact on the success (or failure) of that project, program, and organization.

The hard truth is, all too many companies are virtually teamless: the people who are supposed to act in unison, are actually divided, battling each other and pursuing conflicting agendas.

When this goes unchecked over time, management winds up flirting with a project or program team that is near extinction, as the enterprise or its goals are jeopardized. But with the proper intervention in the form of a team-building methodology, the negative flow can be reversed, making a U-turn toward a “Project Xceptional Team!”

Tom Mattus

Tom is the President and founder of Successful Strategies International, Inc. As an SSI corporate officer , American Express and other companies, Tom has worked with such Fortune 1000 companies as Johnson & Johnson, L-3 Communications, AEP, Ingram-Micro, Baker Hughes, Olympus, Triumph Corporation, Motorola, and many others to help resolve their project management and leadership needs .As a facilitator, Tom conducted courses on such topics as Project Management, Supervisory and Sales Management. Tom has published several articles in PMI publications, websites and has released his recent book, Boss Talk in the 21st Century, A Leadership Guide. Tom has conducted presentations in over 70 PMI chapters, Middle East Conference (Dubai), PMI International World Congress events in Toronto, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Madrid, Milan, and a host of events throughout North America. Tom has an MBA from Lehigh University, BS from Widener University and resides with his family in Port Jefferson, New York.


$20 for PMI Westchester Chapter Members
$30 for non-PMI Westchester Chapter Members

Location (Address): 

The Royal Palace,
77 Knollwood Rd
Greenburgh, NY
(in Greenburgh Shopping Plaza, next to Cinema 100)

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