[PAST EVENT] Alumni Webinar: Project Success/Project Failure: Setting Your Project Up For Success

October 16, 2013
All day
Online Webinar: Registration Information TBA!
Although project management is a well-developed competency in many organizations, projects continue to fail to achieve the objectives set for them. The key drivers of project success and causes of failure are known; less understood are the approaches that project managers can implement to set their projects up for success.

This webinar will review some of the key causes of project success and failure and discuss some approaches project managers and senior leaders might use to put their projects on a path to success.

Key take-aways include:

- A better way of looking at and defining project success
- An understanding of key drivers of project success and failure
- Some best practices to help set your projects up for success

Mr. Holmlin teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in project management at the Mason School of Business at the College of William & Mary. He is a registered professional engineer (Florida) and holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

He has more than 35 years of experience as a project manager and has managed projects and programs with a value in excess of $1.4 billion. A former Corps of Engineer officer, he was the Corps' project manager for the $225 million debris removal effort in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in South Florida. Of potential interest to Mason School alumni, he was also the project manager for the design and construction of Miller Hall.

Holmlin holds a bachelor's degree Engineering and a MBA from Tulane University and a master's degree in Organization Development from American University. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from George Washington University.

This webinar is offered at no charge to William & Mary l Mason School of Business alumni.

Contact [[m|eliza.parrish, Eliza Parrish]] for more information.