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Special Division: South Bay Training Professionals Breakfast

  • 12/06/2013
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Toyota Auto Museum 19600 Van Ness Avenue (between Del Amo and 190th) Torrance, CA 90501


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What Do You Need To Know About Every Project?  Or, Can You Count To Five?

A good starting point is right there in your own left hand - a learning aid that's always with you to remind you of the five key variables you need to understand on every project:

  1. Money [index finger]
  2. Time [third finger]
  3. People [fourth finger]
  4. Quality [pinkie finger]
  5. Scope [thumb]

What about the meaning of those five variables?  How do they relate to each other?  Which one impacts all the others?  What do you do if you can't accomplish them all?  Can you be a hero or heroine on your next project?

We will answer these questions through a Text Study RoundTable session facilitated by Vince Budrovich.  We will review a short passage from a recent ASTD publication and discuss these issues together using the GEMS RoundTable methodology.  

The GEMS Text Study RoundTable format is provided by Sue Gabriele, President and Owner, Gabriele Educational Materials and Systems.

Our Presenter

Vince Budrovich, CPT (Certified Performance Technologist), has BA degrees in Economics and Political Science from the from the University of California and a graduate degree with an emphasis in Planning & Administration from San Francisco State University.  For several years, he served as President of ISPI-LA (International Society for Performance Improvement, Los Angeles chapter) as well as Vice President of ASTD-LA. 

Vince has successfully worked on projects at Dell Computer, Square D Corp., Cendant Corp., Leviton Manufacturing, Parasoft, iQwest Technologies, El Camino College, and Performance Solutions Group.  His specialties include instructional design, performance improvement, organizational development, project management, consultative sales training, technical writing, and organizing creative solutions. 

His key skills involve facilitating outcomes for an organization that are faster, better, and (frequently) cheaper.  

Please RSVP by:

A) Clicking the "Register" button to the left, or

B) Sending an e-mail to Anthony Markovich at: anthonymarkovich@gmail.com.

ATD-Los Angeles Chapter
9852 W. Katella Ave. #187
Anaheim, CA 92804
Chapter Code: CH8028

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