Topic: "Lessons Learned from Great Projects in History."
Summary of Event:
Presented as part of the Baldwin Wallace University Center for Innovation and Growth’s Kerzner Lecture Series.
Focusing on International Project Management Day’s 2015 theme of sustainability, speaker Chris Wright will present an impactful presentation designed to illustrate that the fundamental challenges, obstacles, and constraints faced by projects of yesteryear are not much different than what project leaders face today. While technological advances and innovation have changed how project management is employed, many of the lessons learned from these great projects can serve as valuable insight into today’s projects.
Chris will provide insight into several of the greatest endeavors in history, including The Panama Canal project, through the lens of sustainability and modern day project management. Participants will not only gain knowledge of a historical event, but also learn how some of today’s “great” projects are not so great in comparison. Riveting and fascinating alike, this presentation will further promote the importance of integrating key lessons learned in every project.
Speaker:Chris Wright, owner of Tanden LLC
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2015
Time: 5:30-6:30 (Networking/appetizers)
6:30-8:00pm (Keynote Address)
Location:Baldwin Wallace University • Center for Innovation & Growth
340 Front Street, Berea OH 44017
Refreshments: Appetizers and beverages will be provided.
Parking: Complimentary parking is available around the building. For this event visitors can park in any visitor or student lots.
Register: Register online via the “Kerzner Lecture Series” link online at: http://www.bw.edu/academics/professional-development
PDU/s: 1.5 PDUs
Speaker Biography: Chris Wright is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Certified Professional of Learning and Performance (CPLPTM) with over twenty-three (23) years of project leadership, mentoring, consulting, coaching, and organizational learning and development experience.
Mr. Wright specializes in maximizing human capital performance through optimally aligned adult learning systems, leadership development and proven project management expertise. Mr. Wright’s primary strengths and proven expertise are in the following areas: project management, strategic/portfolio alignment, learning & development, competency development, curriculum design, and meeting/workshop facilitation.