PMI Bluegrass Chapter Meeting
Some companies start from a position of vulnerability within unstable, out-of-control environments to rise to become great companies with spectacular performance. According to Jim Collins, the author of Great by Choice, companies that thrive in chaos are characterized by “Fanatic Discipline, Productive Paranoia, and Empirical Creativity.” This presentation will apply these principles to project management and provide project managers with tools to help them lead successfully in a chaotic environment.
Brian Nutter, PMP, Senior Project Scheduler, Stantec Consulting, Inc.
With over 15 years of experience as a project scheduler and several years’ experience using Earned Value Management (EVM), Brian Nutter has worked primarily in engineering related fields. He worked in project management for the Coast Guard, NASA, and is now a Senior Project Scheduler for Stantec Consulting.
Brian obtained his PMP in May, 2015 and paused his career for four years to attend Asbury Theological Seminary, graduating with a Master’s in Divinity. He recently opened his own martial arts school in Nicholasville which currently has 86 students and is also a licensed minister serving in a church in Lexington.
Thursday, June 23rd (3:30 – 5:00pm)
Jessamine County Public Library, 600 S. Main St., Nicholasville, KY
3:45pm: Program Begins
About the PMI® Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter
The PMI Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter is recognized as a dynamic organization for professional project managers dedicated to serving the business, academic and government communities of central Kentucky and the advancement of project management – adding value to our members, our community, and our profession.
We want to be your authoritative source for project management information in Central Kentucky.