Project Business How to Assess a Project in 5 Minutes

Webinar: How to Assess a Project in 5 Minutes

Just as people have vital signs, projects have vital signs. There are a handful of things whose presence or absence gives a project manager key information about the health of a project.

Join Fergus O’Connell, one of the world’s leading authorities on project management and creator of the disruptive, common sense project management method – The Ten Steps , for a look at his latest innovation – the Probability of Success Indicator . “How to Assess a Project in 5 Minutes” will outline how answering six simple questions can give your project an instant health rating.

During This Webinar You Will:
  • Learn the benefits of “shortening” projects
  • Learn how to make quicker, more accurate calls on the health of projects
  • See a live example of the Probability of Success Indicator (PSI) in action
The Webinar was recorded at the 2020 PPM Innovator’s Virtual Summit

About Fergus O’Connell

The Sunday Business Post has described Fergus as having ‘more strings to his bow than a Stradivarius’.
In addition to holding a “First” in Mathematical Physics from University College Cork Fergus O’Connell is one of the world’s leading authorities on project management, the author of fifteen business and self-help books and a best-selling novelist!

His first project management company – ETP was founded in 1992 and his disruptive, common sense project management method – The Ten Steps – has influenced a generation of project managers. In 2003 this method was used to plan and execute the Special Olympics World Games, the world’s biggest sporting event that year. Fergus’s experience covers projects around the world – in Europe, North America, South America and Asia. He has written on project management for many publications including The Wall Street Journal. He has lectured at University College Cork, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin Institute of Technology, Bentley College, Boston University, the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, the Irish Management Institute and on television for the National Technological University. He also holds two patents.

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