Title: How to Get Executives to Act for Project Success
Presenter: Michael O’Brochta, PMP
Duration: 1 hour
Even world-class project managers will not succeed unless they get their executives to act for project success. The trap of applying best practice project management only to have the project fail because of executive inaction or counteraction can be avoided. In this Cadence Distinguished Speaker series presentation, project managers will be able to learn how to get their executives to act and to understand the executive actions most likely to contribute to project success.
About our Speaker
Michael O’Brochta, PMP has been a project manager for over thirty years. He is an experienced line manager, author, lecturer, trainer, and consultant. He holds a master’s degree in project management, a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, and is certified as a PMP®.
As Zozer Inc. President, he is helping organizations raise their level of project management performance. As senior project manager in the CIA, he lead the maturing of the project management practices agency-wide.
Since his recent climb of another of the world’s seven summits, he has been exploring the relationship between project management and mountain climbing.