2009
New England Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition

APICS - The Association for Operations Management North Shore Chapter 20 and Boston Chapter 10    --   The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) New England Roundtable    --    The Northeast Supply Management Group, A Special Interest Group of ISM®

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2009 New England Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition - Larry Radowski Presentation

Intermediate Project Management: Project Management Strategic Decision Making (Case Studies)
Larry Radowski, PMP, MBA, Six Sigma Black Belt, Director, Regional Operations, Integrated Project Management Company

The strength of the PM process is predicated upon “planning and flawless execution”, but it can also be applied to the strategic decisions facing an organization, as typified by those encountered in managing the supply chain. At the strategic level, the decisions facing the executive team are complex, cross-functional, and financially impact the direction and success of the business. Sound familiar? Through real project case studies, learn how the principles of project management can be applied to also facilitate strategic decision making and corporate alignment. Highlights include:

• Elevating project management to the strategic level
• Applying project management principles to the strategic process
• Effecting strategy through project design and execution
• Understanding net impact to the business
• Expanding project management competencies within the organization
• Balancing project management between strategy and tactics


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