Data Management Tips & Tricks for Project Managers Using Microsoft Excel
Date & Time:
Saturday, November 10, 2018
8:30am - 5:00pm
Golden Gate University - SF
536 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
$140.00, Member early bird rate before October 21
$150.00, Non-member early bird rate before October 21
Let’s face it – Microsoft Excel is the choice of many a project manager, and its usage far overruns all others including MS Project. It is the only tool that is acceptable to Finance and other peripheral functions.
Being a part of “Office”, we tend to be self-taught, and consequently, end up frustrated. Project managers within the 21st century need the tools, processes, and support to not only lead but also deliver value within every changing corporate landscape. Being a project manager is not just about meeting coordination & facilitation, a project manager means being a leader, a team player, a change agent, an influencer and so MUCH more. Join Sutanu Ghosh, an experienced technology executive, whose background is a project management practitioner & advocate, share hands-on “tips, tools and techniques” that helped differentiate him within his career as well as deliver enterprise value (both across corporate IT landscapes and products).
Registration & Details:
Get all the details and register on the PMI-SFBAC event page. Seats are limited, register early to ensure your space for this popular workshop.