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- Business & Professional
- Constant Contact, Waltham MA
DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
We apologize for this inconvenience, but please stay-tuned for a rescheduled date.
Session date/time: Friday, April 19th, 2013 noon-2pm Central time
Project estimating is a critical step that starts early in a project lifecycle. Estimates are a driving factor behind the right projects being selected, and a guiding force for projects being executed as planned. Estimates are “just that”, but an estimate that doesn’t provide the business key data needed to make important decisions can result in a lot of money being expended on the wrong initiatives.
This Lunch-N-Learn session will present the levels of estimates and appropriate techniques that are used under various circumstances with project planning. This session will also be open to those knowledgeable Project Managers to share your estimating tips with others.
Please join us for this exciting session!
At the conclusion of the meeting, students will learn the basic foundation blocks and techniques for estimating a project.
Larry Christofaro, PMP, MCITP
Larry Christofaro is the president and Executive Consultant with EPM Solution Partners, with over 20 years of project management experience. He combines strengths in EPM architecture and project management to successfully manage Project, Program, and Portfolio engagements ranging from 50-2000 users that deliver winning solutions for his clients.
You can contact Larry at email@example.com
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