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June 20, 2024 at 12PM: Educational Webinar Series: Milestone-Kanban: A Hybrid Scheduling Technique

The Zoom link for the June Educational Webinar will be sent to you via email on June 19, 2024. Attend for a chance to win a FREE SUMMER COURSE

During this webinar, Alan Zucker will introduce participants to the Milestone-Kanban Scheduling Technique, a practical and effective tool for managing knowledge-work projects. This technique, optimized for projects like those undertaken by the NIH and other health sciences organizations, will equip you with the skills to navigate your projects with ease.  

The Milestone-Kanban Scheduling Technique is not a one-size-fits-all approach. It is designed for projects like yours, where the milestones and deliverables are understood, but the effort to create them is not. This lightweight technique will provide you with the structure and tools you need to manage your projects successfully.  It works well for personal projects and team efforts.  It creates transparency and promotes accountability and collaboration.  The 5-step process allows teams to quickly build a plan and easily maintain it.

Alan Zucker has over 25 years of experience leading projects and project organizations in Fortune 100 companies. Now, he is an instructor, consultant, and coach, sharing his leadership and project management knowledge with businesses across the country and around the world. He teaches at several leading universities and national training companies and organizations including FAES (TECH 071 and TECH 073), and his clients include Fortune 500 companies. Alan has his PMP®, PMI-ACP®, Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master (DASSM), and Coach (DAC) certifications from the Project Management Institute. He also holds advanced certifications from Scrum Alliance and Scaled Agile.

View our previous Educational Webinars here!

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Milestone-Kanban: A Hybrid Scheduling Technique
Online Synchronous
12:00PM to 12:30PM ET
Jun 20, 2024
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