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March 2018 Temecula Breakfast Meeting - Dr. Thomas Fryer, Ph.D.

March 17, 2018
9:00 AM PDT to 10:30 AM PDT
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Residence Inn by Marriott Murrieta
25407 Madison Ave
Murrieta, CA 92562
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PMI Talent Triangle Competency:

1 PDU in Technical Project Management

Presentation Title:

‘Project Governance Elements for Success' -- Presented by Dr. Tom Fryer, Ph.D., 'C' Level Entrepreneur & Visionary

Presentation Abstract:

In order to understand how to successfully execute their projects, today's project managers must answer two strategic questions; 1) "What is the goal of business?" and 2) "What is project governance?"  All too often, organizations may decide to change scope, increase risk, reallocate resources, or cancel a project without looking at the effect on the strategic goals of the organizaion. Project governance provides today's project managers a defined process and methodology to ensure that both the strategic goals of the business and the reason the project is undertaken have been successfully met.

In this interactive and informative session, Dr. Fryer will provide attendees with a basic understanding of project governance and the challenges that may be encountered implementing this governance, as well as providing insight into how organizations evaluate project success based on the principles of project governance. Following are some key takeaways from this presentation:
- A fresh perspective on the current challenges facing project managers and stakeholders
- An understanding of how to address these challenges
- Best governance practices to achieve both project and strategic success

You will leave the session with a basic understanding of the importance of project governance at both the project level and the strategic level to help ensure both project success and business success.

Speaker Biography:

Dr. Thomas Fryer provides technology and management consulting services to small-to-large organizations throughout Southern California. Dr. Fryer has many years of executive level experience as a CEO, CTO, and CIO, managing large-scale technology operations. He is a forward-thinking technology leader with a record of accomplishments in leading, improving, and transforming existing and start-up technology companies. Dr. Fryer also holds multiple US Patents in software security and software processes.

With a keen eye for identifying new revenue streams and introducing cutting-edge technology innovations, Dr. Fryer is very adept at restructuring business operations to minimize costs, maximize profits, and optimize growth. He has also developed innovative business strategies that increase market share and sales revenue. One of his stongest traits is that of a savvy negotiator, which has resulted in the generation of new revenue through the closure of multi-million deals, and the capture of considerable venture capital to help grow his clients' businesses.

Dr. Fryer served as an officer in the United States Air Force (USAF) during the Gulf War. As a System Engineer during his tenure in the USAF, he worked on Global Positioning Systems, Defense Satellite Programs, Ballistic Missile Early Warning Systems, and Phased Array & Over-The-Horizon Radar Systems. Dr. Fryer teaches graduate engineering courses at the Bourns College of Engineering at the University of California Riverside (UCR), and is a frequent speaker at PMI Chapter and other professional organization events.

Agenda:
8:45-9:15 AM Check-In
9:00-9:45 Breakfast
9:00-9:15 Meeting Deck
9:15-9:20 Break & Speaker Presentation Setup
9:20-10:25 Speaker Presentation
10:25-10:30 Wrap-Up

Tickets

$20.00 PMI CIE Member

$25.00 Non-Member

$15.00 Presentation Only / Student

$15.00 Presentation Only

Documents

2018-03-17 Project Governance - Dr. Tom Fryer