How to Be More Effective and Improve the Success Rates of Your IT Projects
- Wednesday, August 5th, 2015 at 3:00 PM EDT (19:00:00 UTC)
- Jeff Frisk
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
As operating environments become more global, more competitive, and more demanding, so do your projects. If you are like a lot of IT project managers, your budget and resources have not kept pace with demand. If you are being tasked to "do more with less" or if you simply want to be more efficient and improve the success rates of your projects, this webcast is for you.
Certified SANS instructor and course author, Jeff Frisk will walk you through some of the key concepts and best practices behind successful IT projects. You'll gain useful insights as he reviews key skills and qualities of successful project managers-like understanding how to prioritize project tasks and reduce risk to avoid project failure. He will discuss some specific project management tips and techniques, which will be helpful if you are new to the infosec project landscape or transitioning from a technical IT position to more of a project-centric role. You'll learn about the PMI Project Management framework and PMP exam and take away a few tips, strategies, and tools that will help you prepare to pass the PMP.
If you are serious about improving the success rate of your projects or thinking about sitting for the PMP exam, then sign up for this webcast today.
Jeff Frisk currently serves as the director of the GIAC certification program and is a member of the STI Curriculum Committee. Jeff holds the PMP certification from the Project Management Institute and GIAC GSEC credentials. He also is a certified SANS instructor and course author for MGT525. He has worked on many projects for SANS and GIAC, including courseware, certification, and exam development. Jeff has an engineering degree from The Rochester Institute of Technology and more than 15 years of IT project management experience with computer systems, high tech consumer products, and business development initiatives. Jeff has held various positions including managing operations, product development, electronic systems/computer engineering. He has many years of international and high-tech business experience working with both big and small companies to develop computer hardware/software products and services.