Managing Troubled Projects


Brian Munroe

Trainer, Coach, and Consultant for Corporate Education Group

About the Webinar

Any project at any organization with any team can fail. However, projects never go from being well managed, on-budget and on-schedule to outright failure overnight. There is always a transition period during which time the project is “troubled”. It is during this time that a window of opportunity exists in which the project can potentially be rescued and is likely the last chance to save the project. This webinar will give project managers a high-level overview of the knowledge and tools needed to quickly and accurately assess the current status and root causes of problems, decide the most appropriate course of action and plan and execute that decision.

Topic Areas

  • Determine the differences between projects at risk and projects in trouble.
  • Gain an understanding on leading a team through a troubled project.
  • Ways to spot troubled areas before they lead the project to an unrecoverable state.
  • Various courses of action to apply.

About the Presenter


Brian Munroe, trainer, coach and consultant with Corporate Education Group, has over 25 years of experience focusing his efforts on the training development and leadership of people through portfolio/program/project management. Brian enjoys complex projects and programs and thrives off an environment of constant change, flux, and yes, even chaos. As a result, he uses his expertise in rescuing troubled project as a learning and development platform to further enhance the skills of those he works with. Brian has a degree in electrical engineering and computer systems engineering from Fleming College, a certificate in executive leadership and change management from Cornell University, and is a Six Sigma Green Belt, a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master, and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). He has also been a guest instructor and speaker at several large organizations and has spoken at several PMI Goal Congresses and at over 50 PMI chapters around the world.

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