No man is an Island! If you’re a project manager, designer, developer, or anyone responsible for seeing a project or task through from beginning to end, you can benefit from the industry knowledge and experiences of other practitioners! Learn new strategies, or discover how to more effectively use the tools already at your disposal.
During this one day workshop, all of the moving parts that comprise effective digital project management will be explored. At the end of the day you can expect to walk away with a fresh approach to, and renewed appreciation for your chosen field of influence.
What Qualifies Brett Harned to Conduct this Workshop?
Brett Harned is a digital project manager with over 15 years experience in the field; and he is the principal consultant at DPM Consulting. Brett specializes in working with teams to build processes and communication tactics that work not only for their projects, but for their teams and clients. He excels at strategizing, building, and managing digital projects of all shapes and sizes, with a focus on solving issues that are important to organizations who want to produce quality digital projects on schedule, and under budget.
Brett is a champion and builder of the Digital Project Management Community, as well as, the founder of the Digital PM Summit which annually attracts over 300 Digital Project Managers from across the United States and Europe. He is known for facilitating awareness and professional development via blogs, extensive travel to speak and conduct workshops. Brett’s first book Project Management for Humans, will be published by Rosenfeld Media in 2017.
Do yourself a favor, take advantage of this opportunity to learn from Brett, and up your project management game!
This Full day Workshop takes place on October 26, 2016 at Sterling Hall, 560 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403, in two sessions:
- Morning session (Part 1): 9:00am – 12:15pm
- Afternoon session (Part 2): 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Lunch is not included, but the venue sits in close proximity to a host of restaurants in the upper historic district of the City of Charleston.