Lee R. Lambert, PMP, CEO
2009 PMI Fellow
PMI's Prof Development Provider of the Year (2007)
PMI's Distinguished Contribution Award (1995)
Project Management AND the Post-It Note:
Finally there is a hands-on class that provides an opportunity for project management professionals at every level to hone his/her PM skills without having to deal with the burden of complicated and costly systems, tools and procedures. This unique and exclusive workshop will be facilitated by two of the PM Profession’s recognized thought leaders. These two instructors bring expansive real world knowledge to the students experience while delivering the material in a fun, entertaining, interactive and easy-to-learn style. Students will work in competing teams to execute specific project exercises to demonstrate the power of the basic PM techniques—especially when they are combined with the simplicity of using Post-It Notes as the proven conduit to a high quality finished product or outcome.
A Marriage Made in Heaven
with Lee R Lambert and Carl Pritchard
8 PDUs (8 Technical)
During the course of this workshop students will learn, via working examples, of how to capitalize on the Post-It Note and benefit from the role it can play in enhancing the a PM Professional’s performance.
Upon completion of this course a student should see significant improvement in their ability to use Post-It Notes to:
1. Define Scope/Requirements
2. Build a WBS from the Ground up
3. Identify and Categorize Project Stakeholders
4. Specify Project Interface Relationships/Communications
5. Identify and Analyze Risk/Handling Techniques
6. Develop an Integrated Logic Network Schedule
7. Provide NOTES for Project Plan (Assumptions, Resources, WBS Dictionary)
8. Retain Critical Close-Out Information
Carl Pritchard, PMP, EVP
Carl Pritchard is the principal and founder of Pritchard Management Associates. He is recognized lecturer, author, researcher, and instructor. As a lecturer he is considered a leading authority on risk and communications management and presents on a variety of management topics, ranging from project essentials to the complexities of network diagramming and team motivation. As an author and researcher, he has published articles on project management language, advances in risk management, and on the challenges of training on the Internet. His work as an instructor has taken him around the world, training with some of the leading international training organizations, as well as for private clients and the Project Management Institute®.
Lee Lambert, PMP, PMI Fellow (2009)
Lee R. Lambert, has established the standard against which educators and practioners in the field of Project Management are measured. In 1981 he was invited to join the team that created the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Program. He is a Past President Central Ohio PMI. Lee authored two books and more than 30 professional article/whitepapers. He is also PMI SME for the EVMS Practice Guide and the Project Estimating Practice Guide Educated in Engineering Design at Utah Technical College. He is a holder of a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University. As the creator of the “Stealth Learning” concept, no other educator/speaker can contend with his uncanny technical knowledge, unique material content and refreshingly entertaining delivery. Lee takes the saying; “Been there, done that, got the T-shirt” to the next level as he continues to “make a difference” in his chosen field.