General Luncheon | A Practical Framework for Decision Support - Meeting the needs of Executives or any Boss | Danny Morton (Power Skills PDU)
PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter Meeting
Title: A Practical Framework for Decision Support - Meeting the needs of Executives or any Boss
Speaker: Danny Morton, MS, PMP, VP of PMI Hawaii
Date: Thursday, January 26, 2023 | 12:00 Noon - 1:00pm Hawaii Time
TITLE: A Practical Framework for Decision Support - Meeting the needs of Executives or any Boss
INTEREST AREA: Decision Making, Crisis Response
KEYWORDS: Executive, Decision Support, Crisis Response
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: Intermediate
VIGNETTE: On a Thursday afternoon a significant event has occurred impacting your project and the Company. Information is sparse while lots of assumptions and rumors are circulating among staff members on the situation. Your boss is highly stressed, perceiving a crisis, and wants to have a quick meeting with you as the project management team to discuss rapid action.
Learning Objectives: Discuss how Project Management practitioners can shape and lead the decision support process; Identify challenges, determining the level of urgency, key considerations and concerns. Delivering requirements determination, situational understanding, validating assumptions, deriving facts, identifying key stakeholders, risk considerations, leveraging support staff, and evaluating options for follow-on action.
Danny Morton currently serves the Vice President on the PMI Hawaii Chapter Board of Directors. He is an Army Veteran who served in multiple leadership roles at the operational and strategic levels of the military, directly responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars in funding, equipment, property, procurement contracts, and a distributed global workforce. His experience includes service at the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Headquarters, The Pentagon, Deputy Director/Portfolio Manager for Medical Systems Advance Development and Procurement, Defense Acquisition Program Manager with the Army Portfolio Executive Office – Enterprise Information System (PEO-EIS), and NATO Afghanistan. Post military he served as a consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH) and currently a Senior Program Manager with the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet Headquarters on Pearl Harbor. He holds the Certified Defense Financial Manager – Acquisition (CDFM-A), Project Management Professional (PMP) and pursuing a PhD in Strategic Leadership.
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