PMIWDC

Stakeholder Management: Applying Military Experience for Project Success  

Stakeholder Management: Applying Military Experience for Project Success  

featuring

Rich Perry

Commander, USN, Retired

Senior Analyst, SAIC

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$20.00
Event Date: 
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
AUSA Conference & Event Center
2425 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, Virginia 22201

About the Program

Managing the dynamics of a project can be a challenge. Add the frequently conflicting priorities of people and organizations that have an interest in your project can add more obstacles in your path to final delivery. Join us to explore how the lessons learned throughout our military career, from that first “indoctrination” through to our latest leadership challenge when deployed, have given each of us a solid foundation to successfully navigate through the hazards of stakeholder management.

These sessions are designed for active and transitioning veterans to assist with educational and soft skill training by applying PM principles as you transition into a civilian workforce. Our guest speakers are PMIWDC veterans who have been out of the armed services for a minimum of 7 years. These individuals know the challenges veterans face.

PDUs Available: 
1 PDU for Certified PMs
Talent Triangle Category: 
Strategic and Business Management

About the Speaker

Rich Perry

Senior Analyst, SAIC
Commander, USN, Retired
Rich Perry has more than thirty year's leadership and technical experience in leading teams to develop operational and technical solutions in both in the U.S. and in Europe. He is currently a Senior Analyst at SAIC with more than ten years recent experience managing complex projects supporting government clients. Prior to joining SAIC, he was a career nuclear submarine officer holding leadership positions of increasing responsibility on four nuclear submarines in the U.S. Submarine Force that conducted operations in the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. Staff positions included programming and budgeting planning at Navy Headquarters as well as operations officer for submarines operating in Europe.

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