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Real Project Management Strategies for Training Professionals!

  • 15 Apr 2010
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Rubbermaid/Irwin Training Center
Presenter: David Carmichael & Mike Rasmussen

Managing the training deliverables during a project is often like being the last person off the bench on a losing basketball team.  Your starters have dug a hole that is seemingly too deep to get out of and you're entering the game with only a few minutes

What to expect from this program:

At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
• List typical obstacles to overcome when managing a training project as part of a larger program
• Explain the proper front-end steps to execute when you know the production phase will be condensed
• Discuss critical success factors for training components of technology and business process re-engineering projects
• Identify project potential risks and risk mitigation strategies for training projects
• Compare the advantages and disadvantages of developing training concurrently with system development

The Speakers:

David Carmichael has seen the world of education and training through many vantage points in his 10+ years in the industry.  He has logged time as an Instructional Designer, Technical Trainer, Project Manager, and Manager of Production.  Currently, David serves as Vice President of Operations with Handshaw, Inc., where he manages the allocation of Handshaw's production resources across up to 20 concurrent projects.   He also oversees the operations budget and works daily with the Handshaw executive committee to direct strategic initiatives and company goals.
With an eye towards customer service, David has managed to keep Handshaw's production resources billed to capacity, achieving the company’s highest level of growth in nearly 10 years.  David earned his B.A. in English and a Master’s degree in Instructional Systems Technology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  He is currently pursuing a Master's in Business Administration.

Mike Rasmussen is currently an independent systems consultant information systems professional with more than 20 years experience in the application of technology solutions across a broad array of industries including financial services, retail, health care, manufacturing, education, and government.  He has worked in private and public sector organizations as an analyst, project manager, and IT director and managed teams of more than 70 professionals and department and program budgets in excess of $45 million for Fortune 100 companies.  Mike’s consulting and project management experience includes 10 years as a manager with Deloitte Consulting and more than 5 years as an independent consultant managing systems projects with training components including the implementation of a computer based Learning Management System.

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