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Project Management isn't just for construction engineers, product development directors, and project management professionals (PMP's). Today, in addition to "regular" job duties, managers, supervisors and team leaders are often expected to take on extra assignments – and to get that additional job done well, done under budget, and done on time.
Planning a project takes more than good organizational skills – it takes a clear understanding of what needs to be accomplished, knowledge of the resources available, and the interpersonal skills to involve the right people.
This presentation is designed to help participants gain an understanding of project management and the ability to take a project from conception to completion by following proven step-by-step project management techniques.
About the Presenter
Alan Tsuda assists clients in process improvement, integration projects, leadership development and global innovation processes. Clients have included biotech firms Nuvelo and Incyte, food service company Instill Corporation, global beverage firm Suntory, and government agencies such as the city of San Francisco and the Silicon Valley Transit Authority.
Mr. Tsuda has managed large projects designing and implementing systems for global clients including General Motors, General Electric, and Warner Communications. He has also founded several startups involved in both software and specialty hardware.
Mr. Tsuda is an instructor in project management for the University of California extensions in Berkeley and Santa Cruz and is the master instructor for the instructional design program at UC Santa Cruz.
(1st floor of San Jose City College Technology Building)
600 S. Bascom Avenue, San Jose, CA 95124
Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm
Complimentary Lunch will be served.
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