Webster Space Coast Seminars: The Changing Architecture of Project Management
By Kimberly A. Bianco, Webster University Space Coast Project Management Certification Program
With today's projectized world, management of simple and complex projects has become part of the critical skill set needed by multi-generational leaders for success. Increased expectations are due to corporate initiatives and growth strategies, decreased product life cycles, goals of entering new markets, global expansion plans along with being part of a diversified team. Organizations often lack training and expertise that provide a clear blueprint for the project management strategy to implement these complex initiatives. The seminar will provide the theoretical framework for project management, the disciplined, yet flexible approach to project management, and soft-skills and hard-tools needed to plan and manage projects effectively locally and globally.
Kimberly Bianco currently serves as the Program Manager for Nautique Boat Company where she is responsible for overseeing all project management activity for new boat models and changes to existing boat models. Since joining Nautique, she facilitated the successful development and production of over a thousand new development projects. Kimberly has an extensive background in managing large-scale new product development programs, complex international projects, small scale 'just do it' projects and Lean Six Sigma (L6S) Initiatives. Before joining Nautique, Kimberly served as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at United Space Alliance (USA) where she completed several Multi-Space Partnership projects with USA, Boeing, and NASA. Ms. Bianco has also mentored Green Belts and served as Co-Chair for Lean Six Sigma Roundtable. Kimberly received her MBA from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science from Barry University.
Networking / Hors d'Oeuvres begins: 6:00pm
Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 6:00pm to 7:30pm
150 N. Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island, FL 32953