Is your organization struggling with completing projects on time? Are there too many distractions and roadblocks keeping teams from achieving project goals? Are you interested in improving schedule adherence and increasing project speed to market significantly? Then this workshop is for you!
Project pro, Steve Stucky, will show you how Pipeline Management can improve project speed and organizational alignment, as well as increase clarity on functional and resource bottlenecks. Specifically, Pipeline Management delves into best practices for:
- How projects are evaluated, prioritized, and communicated across an organization
- What constitutes robust governance practice
- How resource forecasting and self-governing work rules are critical for improving project flow and speed
Participants will take away an understanding of what Pipeline Management is and why Pipeline Management is a key area of focus for successful project delivery in any organization.
Top managers, functional leaders, project leaders, and project team members who are interested in improving speed to market and/or organizational alignment will benefit from the specific tools and methodologies we’ll discuss.
Buckle up for this two-day workshop (two hours each day) and get ready to launch your projects into hyperdrive!
Steve Stucky is a Product Development leader with over 30 years of experience in large manufacturing organizations. He has Lean leadership experience having led the transition to Lean Product Development / Agile methods in multiple businesses, shrinking time-to-market cycles from concept to launch, improving project team effectiveness, and increasing revenue & profits from new products.
Steve has led a Lean Office Transformation effort, and has had regional & global leadership responsibilities in Program Management, Product Management, and Strategic Marketing.
Steve is the current President of the MN Chapter of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), and leads a consulting practice focused on improving Product Development results for manufacturers using Lean methods.