Project Management in the Online World:

posted Jun 28, 2010, 7:49 AM by Chris Sellers



with Jason Fitch


Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 @ 6pm

Abstract:

In an era of instant gratification, technology provides a double edge sword for the project manager and the project team.  While potentially improving efficiency of a team,  technology can conversely increase work load, induce huge levels of stresses, and destroy a team and project.  Lets travel the road from the letter, phone, fax days to age where instant messaging, video conferencing, and even social networking are interlaced within our normal day.

 



Bio:

Jason Fitch has been a project manager developing software applications with small and large teams for close to two decades.  Applications range across the spectrum including school management systems, an organ transplant system, and creating a natural gas liquids logistics web site.   He has played leading roles in large projects for Covisint, GM, and Delphi.  While always wearing his project manager’s “hat,” he believes in consistently walking in the shoes of the customers, key stake holders, and various team members in an effort to better mold the project logistics around the project deliverables.
 
Jason holds a Bachelor of General Studies degree from the University of Michigan. He is PMP certified through the Project Management Institute, a Toast Masters junkie, and a recent convert into the Ann Arbor Computer Society.
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