Managing Remote and Distributed Teams
Presented by George Freeman ll, PMP| Canon USA
Project Management Thought Leader | Author | Architect
During the Lunch and Learn event, George Freeman will present on the following key knowledge areas relevant to successfully managing distributed teams:
- Challenge-Based Leadership A way of working that produces the knowledge one needs to achieve objective-success (i.e., Quantifiable sustained success).
- Architectural Awareness A path for navigating knowledge domains for project managers and team members.
- Project Plumbing A strategy to prepare your projects for managing negative corporate politics
- PFD Modeling Pre-Formal Development modeling provides a knowledge foundation that fuels, jumpstarts and energizes remote and distributed teams
You can claim 1.0 PDU for the this Lunch and Learn. Lunch and Learn topics align with any/all of the PMI Talent Triangle® components.
Presentation and Recording:
Known as the battle-hardened project manager, Mr. Freeman has four decades of experience working as a project professional across varying industries, countries, and cultures. He operates in business and technical domains using the practices of “challenged-based leadership” and “architectural awareness.” You may know him for his humorous and borderline counter-intuitive views, which he uses to challenge our profession to newer and greater heights and to keep it from becoming – a footnote in history.
HIS PROJECT EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:
International and Remote Teams, Enterprise Integration, Configure-Price-Quote, Business Rule, Meta and Physical Data Management, Content Management and Personalization, Customer Portals, CRM, Service, Mobile, Single Sign-On and Application Security, Intranet/Extranet, Document Generation, Mapping, Financial, Compensation, Financing/Leasing, A/R, A/P, G/L, Vectorization, OCR, School Administration, and many others.