"Project Planning: Lessons Learned from the Field", Speaker: Joseph Griffin - West Region Virtual (Asheville & Fayetteville) Meeting
Project planning is a topic that almost all project managers become familiar with from the earliest days of their career. But it isn’t the tools that make them successful over time, it is the skill and wisdom they earn through the experience they gain over time. This presentation provides a seven lessons or principles for approaching project planning. Attend to hear these lessons, as well as to share your own.
- Understand the importance and role of project planning
- Reflect on lessons learned shared by the presenter and others
- Share their own lessons learned related to project planning
Presenter:Joseph Griffin, D.Min, PMP
Joseph is the Interim Associate Dean for the Graduate School of Education in Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies, where he also holds a faculty appointment as an Associate Teaching Professor in Project Management. Previously, he served as the Vice Chancellor of Educational Innovation, the Associate Vice President of Business Development, and Acting Vice Chancellor of Regional Campuses within the Office of the Chancellor. He also served both as Associate Dean of Partnership & Engagement and as Faculty Director for graduate programs in Analytics, Informatics, and Project Management. Prior to joining Northeastern, Joseph worked in a variety of roles within the construction, land development, and real estate industry in project and program management roles.
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