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Project Management History in the Making
Joe Luttrell & Mark Kozak-Holland
Thursday, November 4, 2010PDUs: Attending this program earns 7 PDUs.
Location and Cost
8:00 AM: Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM - 10:30AM: Part 1 of the Roadmap to the Revolution Series – Joe Luttrell, PMP
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Part 2 of the Roadmap to the Revolution Series – Joe Luttrell, PMP
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM: Lunch
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM: Churchill the Agile PM – Mark Kozak-Holland
4:30 PM - Seminar Ends
Sheraton Crystal City
1800 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
(Fee includes seminar, materials, breakfast, and lunch. )
About the PresentationProject Management History in the Making
Roadmap to the Revolution Series- Joe Luttrell
- Develop a personal action to plan to attain the 3 Key personal leadership skills Washington and Lincoln mastered to make themselves into “Good to Great” level 5 leaders.
- This session contains two team exercises that provide interaction with your peers and reinforce the learning experience.
- Draw lessons from the leadership of Winston Churchill in 1940 and how he came to grips with a no win situation and survived the disaster at Dunkirk.
- This segment is followed by a team exercise that provides interaction with your peers and reinforces the learning experience.
Joe, “You kept me interested, you provoked thought and I definitely didn’t miss the pool. I can hardly wait for the tour you promised.”
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Mark’s insights into how Churchill approached his "project," (leading Britain through WWII), were right on target and offered a unique perspective on how to achieve success under the most difficult conditions imaginable.
-Dave Maurer, Lieutenant Colonel, US
Army (Ret.) Vice President PMI, Washington DC
About the Speaker
Joe Luttrell, CEO, EQ Seminars, LLC
Joe is a Systems Integration Consultant at Mead Johnson. He is a PMP Prep Instructor at the University of Louisville Delphi Center, a Dale Carnegie Graduate Assistant and a 6-year Board Member of the Kentuckiana PMI Chapter. His speaking accolades include a successful seminar series, two Dale Carnegie Awards and a trip to Orlando to speak at PMI’s 2009 Leadership Institute Conference.