At times, work can be like a cat rodeo. Whether you’re managing corporate IT initiatives or part of an enterprise project management team, you’re most likely left scrambling to control projects and deliver successful business solutions with nothing but manual processes, disconnected tools, numerous methodologies, and scattered stakeholders to help you. You’re herding cats!
The digital processes for handling all of this complexity are often expensive and dysfunctional, leading to delayed and over-budget projects. Fortunately, there are practices you can implement to successfully manage projects in a rapidly changing environment.
In this on-demand webinar, process experts Jim Shaffer, Sr. Project Management Consultant at Enable Midstream Partners, and Dave Garber, Workfront Sr. Solutions Engineer, discuss why project management is broken and how to fix the problems. In this webinar you will also:
- Gain more confidence in committing to new projects
- Learn ways to demonstrate the value that your team is adding to the business
- Is work automation a threat or a blessing?
- Discover time-saving tips to prevent project chaos and employee burnout
About the presenters
Sr. Solutions Engineer,
Dave Garber is a process and work management expert with nearly 10 years experience in enterprise software consulting. As a Senior Solutions Engineer at Workfront, he consults with some of the largest organizations around the world on improving productivity, collaboration, and visibility across their creative and technical teams. Dave also participates in the Workfront Center of Excellence, where he helps streamline operations and develop best practices for the global solutions engineering team.
Sr. Project Management Consultant,
Enable Midstream Partners
Jim Shaffer is a Senior Project Management Consultant at Enable Midstream Partners. He has over 20 years experience in technical operations, program management, and leadership consulting for enterprises including Harris Corporation and Devon Energy. He is passionate about helping others become better leaders.