Boston: No ‘Fooling’ With Cross-Project Links
- Business & Professional
- Constant Contact, Waltham MA
This seminar is designed to answer three important questions by introducing participants to world class, thoroughly vetted best practices in use now to evaluate the health of project plans and schedules across public and private enterprises of all sizes in a variety of industries.
During this event, the student will learn the 10 best practices for schedule and where to find resources for future exploration. Students will also learn what can be expected from a schedule risk analysis.
Keith Hornbacher and Kristin Hauser of Hornbacher Associates are schedule/risk analysis consultants based in the Twin Cities. They are independent from software vendors and select tools that align with clients’ needs. For more than twenty years they have collaborated with project owners and independent authorities to create, review, revise and repair project schedules. Examples of project schedule/risk assignments include the Hibernia off-shore oil platform (Canada), advanced (stealth) tactical fighter aircraft, software intensive systems (air traffic management – US and Europe), NASA missions, and heavy construction (pipelines and bridges). Mr. Hornbacher, MBA, holds the position of Affiliated Faculty, Organizational Dynamics Graduate Studies, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania. The Fall 2014 semester will mark the his ninth year leading the graduate seminar: Managing Project Risk, Uncertainty, and the Unexpected.
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