PMI-Montreal first Matinee of the season!
In this presentation, I discuss overlooked issues in project management, especially in the preliminary phase. Most feasibility studies focus on marketing, financial, technical and/or environmental concerns. I show that the psychodynamics forces of a project must also be considered, and that points of vulnerability ought to be identified in order to strengthen the possibility of success of a given project.
Olivier Mesly, DBA, MBA is an University professor and consultant in project feasibility having for clients for exemple: Kruger packaging, Group Beaucage, CLD-Gatineau (local business centre). He is also author of the book on Project feasibility (in French): Faisabilité de projets - Aspects oubliés de l'analyse -. Montréal: Presses internationales Polytechniques, 200 pages.
- Member PMI (Project Management Institute)
- Post-doctorate fellowship: HEC Montréal
- Doctor in Business administration (DBA): University of Sherbrooke
- MBA Guelph University (international marketing)
- BA McGill University (East Asian studies)
- Holds two (mechanical) patents
- Languages (fluent): English, French, Spanish. Japanese: basic.
- Scientific production: over 30 scientific articles, 7 books (one on modeling in psychology published by Springer, in English); six business cases at HEC Montréal
7h30-8h00 : registration and breakfast buffet | 8h00-9h00 : conference
No cancellation or reimbursement 5 working days from the event.