Free Dr. K webinar for all your chapter members as part of the PMI Chapter Challenge
Dear PMI friends,
We are pleased to invite you all to an exclusive webinar led by the globally recognized PM expert Dr. Harold Kerzner.
An Introduction to Innovation Project Management
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Time: 19:00 - 20:00h
PDUs: This webinar provides up to 1.0 PDU (0.5 Technical Project Management for PMP/PgMP and 0.5 Strategic & Business Management).
(If you aren’t able to attend at the specified time, register to receive a copy of the recorded session.)
About the Webinar
In both academia and industry, the words “project management” and “innovation” are not often used together in the same sentence or paragraph. There are numerous types of innovation projects and in most of them, the traditional material we teach in project management courses cannot be used without modifications.
In this webinar, we will discuss the different types of innovation projects, including business model innovation projects, and how project management must be looked at differently. We will also discuss the roadblocks that project managers will face when managing these projects.
We will look at different types of innovation and why these innovation projects are the focus for business model development and sustainable corporate growth. Participants will learn the relationship between innovation and project management and recognize the roadblocks that prevent innovation from occurring.
About Dr. Harold Kerzner
Harold Kerzner is Senior Executive Director with International Institute for Learning (IIL). He has an MS and Ph.D. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the University of Illinois and an MBA from Utah State University. He is a prior Air Force Officer and spent several years at Morton-Thiokol in project management. He taught engineering at the University of Illinois and business administration at Utah State University, and for 38 years taught project management at Baldwin-Wallace University.
He has published or presented numerous engineering and business papers in addition to more than 80 college textbooks/workbooks on project management, including later editions. His latest book is Innovation Project Management: Methods, Case Studies and Tools for Managing Innovation Projects (Wiley, 2019).
- Order your physical or digital copy of the book here. Use the promo code “CHAPTERDRK” at checkout to claim the $20 discount.
For any questions in advance, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you online for the webinar!