Lee R. Lambert, PMP

A Founder of the Original PMP® Certification (1984)
PMI® Fellow (2009)

PMI® Professional Development Provider of the Year (2007)
PMI® Distinguished Contribution Award (1995)

Tools a Successful PM Can and Should Use: No Theory - Just Facts On-Demand

Lee Lambert
4 PDU's (2 Tech, 2 Lead, 0 Strat)

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The profession of project management has experienced an explosion of new value add tools, assessment instruments, and techniques over the years that provide an opportunity for organizations, project managers and individual contributors alike to capitalize on the potential benefits associated with these innovations. Unfortunately the truth remains: “A FOOL with a tool is still FOOL!”

This program will cover some of the most critical value add tools, personal assessment instruments, and techniques for consideration by anyone who desires to improve their personal performance and add substantial value to enhance their organization’s success. The knowledge gained from this experience based coverage of what works and what doesn’t work in the real world will be invaluable to “project people” at all levels.

Participants will hear the truth from someone who has over 50 years of PM experience—Lee R. Lambert, PMI Fellow and one of the Founders of the PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) Credential. Lee’s word renown humorous, but no nonsense, straight from the gut explanations of the potential benefits and how you can attain them.

The information presented in this program will be career changing. Don’t miss the chance to take advantage of the knowledge that will be shared!



  • Upon completion of this program students should be able to:

  • Understand the value of creating and using the project WBS

  • Use the PDM to quantify the amount of float available to manage resources

  • Use the CPM in identifying impacts of change focus on critical impact baseline variances and creation of “what if” scenarios

  • Isolate and analyze critical project variances

  • Communicate the right information in the most timely and efficient way

  • How to become a powerful and effective leader

  • Read people and determine what leadership approach will be most effective

  • Understand the value of knowing your work behavioral characteristics and those of the people you work with

  • Know the power of techniques necessary to convert “people working together” to a high performance team!



  • The Truth about the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

  • Value of a Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM)

  • Benefits of Program Evaluation Review Techniques (PERT)

  • Using the Critical Path Method (CPM)

  • Establishing “Exception Reporting” Thresholds

  • Using a proven Communication Efficiency Model

  • Using Ken Blanchard’s Situational Leadership Model

  • Capitalizing on the Power of the Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI)

  • Considering the Personal Profile System (DiSC)—“The poor man’s Myers-Briggs”

  • Implementing the Tuckman Model for developing High Performance teams

Regular Price :$99

4 PDU's (2 Tech, 2 Lead, 0 Strat )

Tools a Successful PM Can and Should Use: No Theory - Just Facts On-Demand

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