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Annapolis Junction - How 3D Printing Enables Agility in Multi-functional Projects

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Leadership Techniques, LLC
David B. Newman and Lisa Hammer are co-founders and principals of Leadership Techniques, LLC. Specializing in leadership and project management training and consulting, their public speaking experience has been expanded to include workshops at PMI’s SeminarsWorld®. While often asked to intervene in challenging scenarios, they always try to inject positivity and happiness into the environment and look to reduce stress for employees while driving results for all stakeholders.

David B. Newman, PMP, PMI-ACP, SPHR, ITIL
David B. Newman has over 30 years of experience, and holds a Master’s degree in Technical Management from Johns Hopkins University. He has a diversified background in engineering and product development, is a certified trainer for leadership seminars, and loves to share his experience and extensive background with others. Project teams have excelled under his leadership as he has emphasized that the key to building a high-performance team is to integrate management skills with a collaborative philosophy to influence and motivate teams.

Audiences eagerly engage with David’s interactive presentation style. Through a mix of personal experience, hands-on activities and touches of PMBOK® Guide formality, David’s workshops are entertaining and educational. His passion and humor make his workshops fun while his focus on results drives attendees to reach for practical solutions to real challenges.

David has been selected to present multiple courses for PMI SeminarsWorld®, a series of professional seminars, which are held annually in various cities throughout the United States and internationally.

Lisa Hammer, PMP
Lisa Hammer has more than 30 years of experience, specializing in project management and staff development for both large and small firms. She has managed the implementation of several multi-million dollar programs, which included coordination of staff, consultants and subcontractors to achieve client goals while maintaining budget and cost controls across all activities. Her executive career has been highlighted by a broad range of qualifications, including proven leadership and analytical skills, collaboration with outside groups, along with a reputation for accountability, flexibility, and resourcefulness.

Lisa continues to be a Project Management practitioner, working with clients to improve their ability to execute against demanding deliverables in dynamic environments. Her client base includes many state and local agencies, non-profits and as well as public and private companies. Lisa understands that people who are satisfied with their employment experience are more engaged, which leads to improved quality, productivity and happiness. Her passion for professionalism shines through in her presentations on a wide range of project management topics. Using her broad and in-depth field experience she not only stands behind her training, she expects success!

Lisa has been selected to present multiple courses for PMI SeminarsWorld®, a series of professional seminars, which are held annually in various cities throughout the United States and internationally.

Abstract:

3D printing, generically known as Additive Manufacturing, is not only disruptive to the prototyping and manufacturing industries, it is disruptive to the design process itself! The integration of mechanical packaging, electronic componentry, and software development into a cohesive project requires a continuous rebalancing of priorities as challenges arising in one area impose constraints on other areas.

Project managers everywhere are being asked to produce better, faster, and cheaper results! An Agile approach may or may not be the right answer. Meanwhile, mechanical design has historically been treated as a serial process often involving extended and expensive lead times associated with tooling.

Additive Manufacturing enables an Agile approach to multi-functional projects. Join Lisa and Dave for a brief journey through the history of Additive Manufacturing (also known as 3D printing) and an exploration of how multi-functional project managers may use available and affordable rapid-prototyping processes to reduce risk and increase likelihood of overall project success.

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Event Date 06-11-2019 11:30 am
Event End Date 06-11-2019 1:00 am
Registration Start Date 01-28-2019
Cut off date 06-11-2019 9:00 am
Individual Price $17.00 non-members; $14.00 members
No. of Leadership PDUs 1
Location (Click link for address) CACI Building

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