Event Title

PDH/CEU/FBPE Session #2

Location

Bermuda Room

Start Date

24-5-2016 7:30 AM

End Date

24-5-2016 8:30 AM

Description

Inspiration for innovation is everywhere we look; however to go from idea to successful execution and development, risks need to be mitigated along the project’s lifecycle. With project complexity increasing due to advances in engineering technology and generational differences among team mates, leading-edge projects require teams to be well trained in the science of Project Management. This presentation focuses on the importance of Risk Management while highlighting the new Project Management Institute talent triangle, the differences from the 5th edition to the new and upcoming 6th edition of the PMBOK, and the communication differences between generations. This is designed for project teams, leaders, and managers who want to gain a better understanding into the fundamentals of effective Risk Management practices in relation to the innovation process.

Top Three Takeaways

1. PMI credit

Biographies

Matthew Breault

Matt has an intrapreneurial spirit with a track record of organically creating, developing, and executing innovative projects that add to companies’ value creation chain. Matt is currently part of the Project Planning team for AECOM’s Institutional Services Contract at National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC). As a certified Project Management Professional he serves on the board of the Project Management Institute Space Coast chapter and works to help teach the strategy and science of Project Management.

Matt earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology. He is currently working on his graduate degree MBA where he has focused on innovation, entrepreneurship and product lifecycle management. In addition, Matt serves as the Treasurer for the American Society of Civil Engineers Cape Canaveral Branch. He was awarded the prestigious Project Management Institute Educational Foundation’s scholarship for his leadership role with internationally diverse teams performing research in Florida Tech’s Center for Lifecycle and Innovation Management. Matt is also the recipient of this year’s Florida Tech’s Outstanding Student of The Year Award for his ability to amalgamate academia teachings, community service, and professional development.

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PDH/CEU/FBPE Session #2

Bermuda Room

Inspiration for innovation is everywhere we look; however to go from idea to successful execution and development, risks need to be mitigated along the project’s lifecycle. With project complexity increasing due to advances in engineering technology and generational differences among team mates, leading-edge projects require teams to be well trained in the science of Project Management. This presentation focuses on the importance of Risk Management while highlighting the new Project Management Institute talent triangle, the differences from the 5th edition to the new and upcoming 6th edition of the PMBOK, and the communication differences between generations. This is designed for project teams, leaders, and managers who want to gain a better understanding into the fundamentals of effective Risk Management practices in relation to the innovation process.