WEDNESDAY, March 6, 2024 at 10 a.m. PT

Boost your Project Management skills with expert scheduling strategies in this webinar and earn a FREE PDU. Secure your spot for project success!
  • Identify Project Components: Define the tasks required for project completion and assign responsibilities.
  • Sequence Activities:Determine the logical order of tasks, pinpoint critical integration points, and understand how to streamline these to enhance efficiency.
  • Construct Realistic Schedules: Develop schedules that accurately reflect the project timeline and milestones, taking into account resource availability and constraints.
  • Enhance Communication: Improve communication strategies to ensure clarity and alignment across the project team, leading to fewer misunderstandings and delays.
  • Acknowledge Dependencies: Recognize and plan for dependencies between tasks, understanding their impact on the schedule and the importance of contingency planning.
  • Monitor Progress: Implement monitoring strategies that allow for real-time tracking of project progress and proactive adjustments to the schedule as needed.
  • Boost Productivity: Identify factors that contribute to improved productivity and learn how to apply these to project work to ensure timely and quality delivery.
Diane C. Buckley-Altwies
MBM, PMP, CEO & Author
As CEO of Core Performance Concepts, Diane has been managing software development projects for nearly 30 years as a program manager or project manager in the insurance, financial services, and healthcare industries. She has co-authored three books about project management.

She continues to teach and consult for organizations on various program management, project management, process improvement and business analysis topics and develops advanced courseware topics for project managers. She is a lively and engaging speaker at professional meetings and symposia across the country and was honored in 2013 as a Fellow of PMI Orange County, CA.

She is a PMP and has an MBA in Finance and Marketing and a BA in Production Management, both from the University of South Florida.

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Date: Wednesday, March 6
Time: 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET
Duration: 50 minutes