Breakfast Roundtable: "There's a New Sheriff In Town"

24 Sep 2019 - 7:30am
"There's a New Sheriff In Town" - Taking Over Someone Else's Project
PDU Category: 

Although it is a rare occurrence, most project management books and guides assume the Project Manager has control over the entire life-cycle of the project. Most of us have had to take over projects that were already underway, sometimes when the projects were challenged (red or yellow status). In this topic we will discuss how to move into an ongoing project, determine the true status, connect with team members, and take the steps needed to successfully complete the project.

Pre-registration is required (see link below).

Martin Fenelon, PMP, CGEIT
Facilitator Bio: 

Marty Fenelon is a senior manager with solid experience in Information Technology, Business Process Integration, Software Lifecycle Management, Quality and Program Management, developed in the supply chain, financial, insurance, healthcare, and Government sectors. An experienced team leader, facilitator, and an Adjunct Professor of Management whose hands-on expertise includes organizational transformation, project and program delivery, systems engineering, ILS, and quality assurance gained over several decades of consulting work. Marty is currently a delivery risk manager and Director at CGI, Inc, a global consulting services organization with over 78,000 members.

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Event Location: 

This is a virtual meeting, and is limited to PMI Westchester Chapter members only.
Pre-registration is required. Your PMI Member ID (not your PMP Certification Number, and not your sign-in ID) is a required field when registering, for audit verification.

Once you have pre-registered, on the morning of the meeting, you will be sent the link for attending the GoToMeeting session.

Pre-register here.

Pre-registration ends the day before the session, Monday, 23 Sept 2019, at 11:59 p.m