Chances are, you’re experiencing one (if not more) of these issues. However, focusing on solving a particular issue will not solve it; it is just a band-aid. The root cause of ALL these issues is bad management. Specifically, bad project management. Knowing and practicing good project management results in a holistic solution, that allows you to properly manage:
➡ The work and how it’s done (scope)
➡ Achieving milestones (schedule)
➡ Having enough money (cost)
➡ Satisfying your customers (quality)
➡ Acquiring & developing a great team (HR)
➡ Communicating with & managing everyone (stakeholders)
➡ Handling opportunities & threats (risk)
➡ Getting what you need (procurement)
➡ Handling change, and how it everything fits together (integration)
If you’re experiencing any of these issues, and are serious about your business and how to make it successful, you really need to attend this seminar! No how-to book or article will help you if you lack the processes to sufficiently integrate & implement them.
Based upon the speaker’s decades of entrepreneurial experience, and consulting with hundreds of startups, good project management is - by far - the #1 way to generate success (and do it consistently)! Being successful isn’t about hits, it’s about doing it right the first time... This seminar is for entrepreneurs, business owners and/or managers who are tired of the “same ol’, same ol’”. Learn the basics of how you can stop working for your business, and have it working for you!
Rupert Meghnot, MBA, has been at the center of Central Florida’s tech and entrepreneurial ecosystems since 1992. He’s helped 500+ startups, and taught project management both at UCF and Full Sail (bachelors & masters). His former students have managed $billions in businesses & projects. As CXO for Burnout Game Ventures, he manages multiple startups and projects, a 550+ person Talent Pool, and 30 top industry Advisors.
His popular “Meal with a MentorTM” program is nearing 200 satisfied customers.
If you’re thinking about starting a business, and
“I wanted it to go on and on. Took tons of notes!”
- Susan, Experienced Project Manager want do it right the first time, this is the person you need to know.