Course Information

Number:FNU0014252
Name:Strategies for Managing a Growing Project Workload

New Course:No
Description:

The public expects cities, counties and utilities to deliver infrastructure improvement projects quickly. However, those expectations seem to be increasing — along with a desire for more public engagement and communication. Meanwhile, most government entities are fiscally conservative, so managers and supervisors must rely on limited staff to continue operations and maintenance while delivering capital improvement projects and/or bond projects. Our team will explore options for supplementing limited public staff with resources dedicated to delivering projects or programs.

 

Florida Provider No. 0008234


Objectives:

 At the end of this course, participants will better be able to:

  • Explore how augmenting an existing team is scalable and customizable
  • Identify how staff augmentation can help focus resources on any or all phases of the project life cycle to improve program or project delivery
  • Investigate program and project management tools to help keep projects on schdule and keep community leaders, key stakeholders and the public informed



7/27/21 Seats Available: 196 / 200

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Central)
Featured Speaker: Tricia Hatley (Oklahoma/North Texas)
Virtual. Details to be emailed later.
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7/28/21 Seats Available: 199 / 200

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m (Central)
Featured Speaker: Drew Hardin (Central/Southeast Texas)
Virtual. Details to be emailed later.
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7/29/21 Seats Available: 198 / 200

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (Eastern)
Featured Speaker: Morgan McIlwain(North Carolina)
Virtual. Details to be emailed later.
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