SIM Houston Q1 2019 CIO Quarterly Breakfast
Why Project Management: Lessons from a real world expert!
The very basics of project management are as follows: A project is a temporary endeavor with a defined beginning and end (usually time-constrained and often constrained by funding or deliverables) that an organization takes to meet unique goals and objectives, typically to bring about beneficial change or add value.
The Project Manager must be equipped with certain skills to achieve success on a project. These include: artistic skills, such as leadership, interpersonal relationships, building a shared vision with a team and stakeholders, the art of persuasion and influence, as well as articulating these attributes.
The Project Manager must also possess the knowledge to being able to deliver under constraints of scope, time and costs as well as being able to manage risks and deliver quality deliverables and products.
University of Houston – Main Campus
4455 University Drive, Ste. 210 (Ballroom East)
Houston, TX 77204-3049
Come join us for breakfast and a lively discussion at the University of Houston – Main Campus from 8:00-10:30am (Registration begins at 8:00am).
Dr. Ron Hopkins, Associate Professor and Director of the UH Technology Project Management
Graduate Program, will lead the presentation providing real world experience in an opportunity to demystify project management at all levels.
This event is limited to 25 SIM members - CIOs, VPs and Directors only.
Additionally, 25 UH faculty/selected students may register.
Parking will be available at the UH Main Campus Welcome Center Garage – Visitor Parking
4400 University Drive, Houston, TX 77204
Validation will be provided at the meeting – BRING YOUR TICKET!
Ron Hopkins, Ph.D.
University of Houston
College of Technology