Developing Successful Project Estimations
Date: September 22, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Scotiabank Building, 44 King St. W, 4th Floor, Schooner Room, Toronto
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Professions: Information Technology (IT), Other
Organized by:Leadership in Project Management Network (LPMN)
The Leadership in Project Management Network (LPMN) is hosting a Skills Development Event, next Thursday, September 22, 2016 about "Developing Successful Project Estimations" deliver by Gerardo Amaya, Digital Architect at Microsoft Canada, and also a successful Coach in the Business Edge Program at UofT.
LPMN is committed to enable our members and events participants to be successful leaders. At this event participants will get to know about the most common myths and traps to avoid, when running projects and will learn about the anatomy of a successful estimations and the quantitative approach to be used, independently of the industry or type of project.
LPMN Memberships are opened to anyone wanting to learn more about project management, how to successfully lead teams and/or sharpen your project management experience while getting PDUs for attending the Skills Development Events or volunteering. The volunteer job opportunities broaden your PM experience while giving back to the community (send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or check for available opportunities at http://lpmn.ca/index.php/career-opportunities). For membership registration go to http://lpmn.ca/index.php/login-register
September 21, 2016
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