Posted by William Mullane | February 23, 2017
23 Oct 2019 - 01: pm to 23 Oct 2019 - 04: pm
Post Falls, ID 83854
Effective Program Management Course
Managing Multiple Projects with Constrained Resources
Presented by Inland Northwest Aerospace Consortium
Led By Gene Hamacher of TechHelp and the University of Idaho
Manufacturing Specialist, Gene Hamacher, of TechHelp and the University of Idaho will teach a course on Effective Program Management beginning October 9 at the UI Research Park in Post Falls, Idaho. The course will run from 1-4 pm on the Wednesdays of October 23, 30 & November 6, 2019.
This course will focus on managing multiple projects and will dive deep into the needed skills & techniques to deal with conflicting priorities, team & group dynamics, and tracking performance metrics.
The target audience for this class is anyone tasked with juggling multiple projects in an official management position or not. The class will spend some time focusing on leadership styles and how to influence others.
Course Fees & Registration
- The course fee is $500/person or $400 for INWAC members who enter the coupon code. (see below for instructions)
- To get the INWAC coupon code, registration assistance, special needs, food requests, or questions, contact Jane Hokanson at 208-426-3820 or email@example.com.
- For specific course information, contact Gene Hamacher at 208-449-8053 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Registration is Open
Resource Constraint Management
Selecting Between Multiple Projects/Opportunities
Program Management Organization Structure
Group Dynamics and Conflict Management
Effective Methods for Change Management
Standard Work Methods for Leadership
Manufacturing Specialist Gene Hamacher of TechHelp and the University of Idaho is based at the University of Idaho Research Park in Post Falls. He is offering assistance to Idaho manufacturers across northern Idaho from the Canadian border south into the Lewiston area.
Prior to joining TechHelp, Gene was an Instructor at DeVry University where he taught online courses on Production Control Methods and Lean Manufacturing/JIT. He was also an Instructor for ITT Educational Services, Inc. where he taught classes on Business Management, Project Management, Mathematics & Problem Solving, and Electronics. At Lane Community College, Gene provided classes and advising for small business owners and focused primarily on agricultural businesses and production processes. Gene was Director of Support Services at Triumph Composite Systems; a $70m production facility. Gene started his career at Boeing in Spokane as a Senior Production Manager responsible for leading and managing Production Operations, Maintenance, and Technical support organizations.
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