NASA Virtual Project Management Challenge 27 January 2016



7 January 2016 – Washington, DC, USA – On January 27, 2016, from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time in the USA (GMT + 5 hours), the Academy of Program/Project & Engineering Leadership (APPEL) will host a new Virtual Project Management Challenge:

Project Derailed?
Get Back on Track with Schedule and Cost.

Program and project management professionals are invited to join this online event to learn more about what project managers can do if an aerospace project falls behind schedule or runs over budget.


Over the course of the Virtual Project Management Challenge, presenters Vernell Jackson and Cynthia Simmons, both from Goddard Space Flight Center, and moderator Ramien Pierre from APPEL will discuss the actions project managers can take to recover in-house instrument projects that experience unwanted schedule or cost growth, and how a high-functioning project manager-business manager partnership can support project success.

Participate in this educational and engaging event on Wednesday, January 27. If you are interested in attending the Virtual Project Management Challenge, please click here to learn more or to RSVP.

Created in 1958, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is America’s focal point for research, development and exploration of outer space. For over 50 years, NASA has been leading the world in the development and usage of advanced program and project management. Additional information about NASA can be found at http://www.nasa.gov/.

Source: NASA

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