PMI-RGC Evening Pathways & PDUs
Projects can be considered successful at their most fundamental level if the scope, schedule, and budget are met. However, it is estimated that anywhere between 50-70% projects are considered failures based on that unmet expectations and potentially unintended consequences from the implemented changes. This presentation will discuss some of the typical failure points to watch for during your project, how to use risk management to help mitigate the risks around some of the most common failure points, and a discussion of some case studies and lessons learned to help you learn from these projects and help you to be better prepared for your future projects.
Beth Barrett, SCPM, is a Project Consultant with UNMH’s IT Customer Service Department providing support for clinical operations improvements and IT project management for the organization's healthcare delivery system. Ms. Barrett has over 30 years of project management experience in a variety of industries including environment restoration, utilities, government programs as well as twenty years of direct experience working with health care information technology strategic and tactical initiatives. Prior to joining UNMH in 2020, Ms. Barrett was the owner of Strategic Project Management, LLC for fourteen years, where she assisted healthcare delivery systems and start ups with their most important business and technology transformation initiatives.
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