Have you ever been assigned to lead a project that was already in trouble? Can troubled projects be recovered, or are they doomed to fail? How do we know whether we can still rescue it or we just have to terminate it?
With little time to hone the perfect approach, project managers need to be able to identify and address the major causes of their troubled projects. Then, by understanding the causes, they can effectively deal with the issues, mitigate major risks and manage stakeholder expectations.
Whether a troubled project ultimately succeeds or fails depends on the effectiveness of the actions taken to recover the project. Before these actions can be taken, however, project managers need to be able to recognize problems and prepare to take appropriate corrective measures.
Through this session you will learn practical processes and techniques to assess the status of a project, to determine whether you can rescue the project through recovery plans, then finally to turn the project around.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
With more than 20 years of experience in IT, Anna has led a number of projects as Project Manager, and supervised these projects as Program Manager. She is currently teaching Project Management in University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. Prior to this assignment, she worked as a Project Manager in IBM, and Senior Technology Advisor at Deloitte Consulting. Anna holds a Bachelor Degree in Engineering from University of Indonesia, and a Master’s Degree of E-Business Management from the University of Japan. Currently she is pursuing PhD in Project Management from the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.She started her volunteer work in the PMI Japan Chapter in 2009. She is PMP certified and also the first PMI-SP credential holder in Indonesia. She is a seasoned speaker at international conferences in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. She has visited Madrid and she loved the city, people and the food.
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