Video: (Preview) - Breaking Training Development Project Rules

This benefit is only available for logged in members. Click here to login or join (free).
Interactive Video
Breaking training development
  • Path to Expertise
    Delivering Training
This benefit is only available for logged in members. Click here to login or join (free).

Description

In 1969, the Project Management Institute (PMI) was founded.  Project Management specialists were  building roads, buildings, the new 'computers' and lunar modules. The AT&T telephone operators still plugged wires into boards to transfer calls!  Paper memos slowly communicated work to be done. Multitasking was unheard of.  The PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) established a standardized and control-focused approach to doing projects, much like ADDIE brought to the new field of training.   

Now, 45 years later our work looks more like a Flashmob: interruptions, unending work, dysfunctional multi-tasking and highly matrixed organizations.  Everyone needs everyone to do their pile of projects.  We have to embrace the structure of the PMBOK while looking at our project artifacts and tools in a new way. Join Lou to learn about short-cuts that help 'accidental' project managers organize and adapt to chaos.
 
 

Speaker

Lourussell2
President and CEO, Russell Martin & Associates and L+EARN

Sponsored By

This benefit is only available for logged in members. Click here to login or join (free).