Turning the Titanic: Charting a New Course for Your Troubled Project
Jana Axline, Founder, Project Genetics
kHUB Post Date: June 16, 2021
Originally presented: April 15, 2021
Watch time: 55 minutes
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One of the most expensive situations organizations face are failing projects. Understanding techniques to get an off-course project headed the right direction is critical before it adversely impacts the expected outcomes. In this energetic session, Jana teaches valuable critical-thinking and problem-assessment skills, as well as techniques to build executable strategies that allow an organization to course-correct before it’s too late.
Attendees will learn:
- The best way to communicate with frustrated stakeholders and sponsors.
- Effective questioning to find the true problem areas.
- How to be a champion for your project and team, revitalizing their resolve.
About the Presenter
Jana is a focused leader who achieves ambitious results. Adept at moving between big picture and small details, she is able to help clients execute the right initiatives to implementation, maximizing value to the organization. Her expertise stems from more than 20 years of experience in leadership and ten years in project and portfolio. Jana is the founder of Project Genetics, a project delivery consulting firm, and is immediate past president of the Project Management Institute Mile High Chapter. She is an active PMP, ACP, CSP-SM, and Scaled Agilist and has a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Colorado.