Most, if not all, of the problems we encounter while managing our projects can be traced to a communications breakdown of some sort, perhaps even an overall lack of effective communication. When you communicate effectively, you are better able to interface with others and develop stronger relationships.
This lively and engaging presentation will help to emphasize the importance of good communication within the project management arena and provide you with the whys, whats, whens and hows of effective project communication.
Jim is a project management champion with more than 30 years of professional experience in the areas of project and program management, and professional and organizational development. He retired from AT&T in December 2013 after a long and satisfying career. At AT&T, he created and led several professional project management organizations, including the corporate Project Management Center of Excellence (PMCOE).
Jim has delivered numerous presentations at Project Management Institute (PMI)® meetings, both at the national and local levels. He recently delivered a keynote presentation at the sold-out, 32nd annual PMI® New Jersey Chapter’s annual symposium. He has been a contributing author for several recent project management books and has taught at Stevens Institute of Technology and Montclair State University.