Applied Project Management Forum
The Applied Project Management Forum is a bimonthly speaker event sponsored by the UT Dallas Project Management Program. It was formed to facilitate ongoing education for project managers on topics that are relevant in today’s business world. Speakers from both the business and academic communities share their experiences and insights.
The APM Forum is held on the third Tuesday of the odd months.
This event earns 1 PDU (Professional Development Unit)
For additional information contact the Project Management Program at (972) 883-2656.
Stop Being Difficult! How to Handle Challenging Stakeholders
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Attendees will learn how to effectively manage the most problematic stakeholders using principles such as “Gaining Consistency” and “Positions versus Interest”. By being conscious of what matters to the difficult stakeholders, we can more effectively negotiate and help them make decisions that are in the best interest of the organization.
View Previous Presentations
Are You Agile Or Are You Doing Agile?
Make Yourself Matter
Shami Dugal, Hon. B. Math, MPA
Andrea Nicholas, MBA, PMP
The Future U.S. Workforce: A Perfect Storm
Maureen Townsend, PMP-March 19, 2013
Effective Team Communication: The Human Connection
Vince Yaugher, PMP-January 15, 2013
Breaking the “Bad Boss” Cycle: Leadership Excellence in PM
Dave Berry, PMP — November 20, 2012
Is It The Same Red Project; “Deja Vue All Over Again”?
Huma Sohrwardy, PMP — July 17, 2012
Project Portfolio Management Implementation
Fred Richards — May 15, 2012
Gary Rechtfertig, PMP — March 20, 2012
Karen Saloman — January 17, 2012
Valerie Pelan — November 15, 2011
Project Managers, Is Your Personal Brand Working for You?
Ron Wichter — September 20, 2011
Portfolio Management: Are you letting yourself be constrained by
the economy or can you do something about it? That is the question!
Peter Burns — July 19, 2011
Effective Project Leadership in a Multi-Generational Environment
Debbie Mrazek — May 17, 2011
Project Management Challenges: Proven Cash Producing Sales Processes
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