Top 10 Project Management Productivity Hacks
How can project managers improve productivity?
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- Top 10 Project Management Productivity Hacks - Workbook (Valued at $29)
- Project Portfolio Management Office Envisioning Worksheet (Valued at $59)
- Action / Risk / Issue Spreadsheet Templates (Valued at $29)
- Productivity Status Report Word Document Template (Valued at $29)
- Seminar recording of Learn How To Build An Expert Status (Valued at $29)
- Total Value of $175.00
Gerald J. Leonard offers a unique approach to accomplishing more productivity in the workplace. As an accomplished musician, creativity, innovation and peak performance are part of his world. Gerald leverages these very principles to give your business the edge needed succeed in a highly competitive workplace. He is the author of Culture Is The Bass: 7 Principles for Developing A Culture That Works and the upcoming book, Workplace Jazz: How to IMPROVISE – 9 Steps to a Successful Agile Project Team Transformation.
He is the CEO of Principles of Execution (PofE), a Certified Minority Business Enterprise, Strategic Project Portfolio Management and Culture Change consulting and coaching practice with over 20+ years experiencing working with large Federal and State Governments and Multi-National Corporations.
Gerald provides an insightful and unique way of combining his experience and expertise as a professional bassist and a certified Portfolio Management Professional consultant.
During the last 20+ years he has worked as an IT Project Management consultant and earned his PfMP, PMP, MCSE, MCTS, CQIA, COBIT Foundation, and ITIL foundation certifications. He has also acquired certifications in Project Management and Business Intelligence from the University of California, Berkeley, Theory of Constraints Portfolio Management Technical Expert from the Goldratt Institute, Hoshin Kanri Strategic Planning, Executive Leadership Certification from Cornell University and The Wharton School: Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program.
Gerald is also a contributor at PMWorld 360 Magazine
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