Project Rescuer Workshop: Get Your Projects On Track!
Project Rescuer Workshop:
Get Your Projects On Track!
The #1 area companies lose money are with projects that go off the rails. The stats are shocking. 71% of projects fail to be delivered on time, on budget, and with satisfactory results.
What is this costing you and your company?
When projects go off the rails your company loses. Revenue is lost and brand reputation suffers.
Project failure can be prevented. In this Project Rescuer Workshop you will discover how!
This Project Rescuers Workshop provides a step-by-step process to prevent projects from going off the rails through a process to help align culture, strategy and methods.
This interactive workshop is for leaders, owners and founders — or really anyone interested in improving project delivery effectiveness.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
Identify key characteristics of culture, strategy and methods
Understand the role of culture, strategy and methods in keeping projects on track
Create a culture, strategy and methods map
Learn how to develop alignment between these three elements
Identify which metrics to track to measure project outcomes
Where and When
Date: March 31 from 8:30am to 12:00pm
Location: Viatec 777 Fort Street, Victoria BC V8W 1H2
*Waitlist for afternoon session 1.00-4.30 available if am session full*
Regular Price: 499.00 per person
Early Bird: UNTIL MARCH 11th 425.00 per person
Bring a friend, get a deal!
Two or more from same company: 10% off
+Viatec Members 10% off
email firstname.lastname@example.org for promo code
++Registration includes one hour consultation on Project Rescuing services for your firm. Sign up at workshop.
Meet Your Facilitator
Carrie Elrick, Founder + Owner Project Rescuers
Inspired to help businesses stop the madness of failed projects, Carrie Elrick founded Project Rescuers — a boutique project management consultancy that helps companies make every project a success.With over 20 years experience working with clients in dozens of industries, Carrie comes to Project Rescuing with proven, hands on experience. She achieved her Master of Business Administration from the University of Victoria and her Master of Social Work from Carleton University. Her strength lies in understanding the nexus between human behaviour and business process.