Overcoming Prioritization’s Toughest Challenge: Human Nature
The power of prioritization is undeniable when it comes to accomplishing objectives. However, many organizations struggle with effective prioritization. In this engaging session, we will delve into the topic
The power of prioritization is undeniable when it comes to accomplishing objectives. However, many organizations struggle with effective prioritization. In this engaging session, we will delve into the topic of prioritization, examining approaches, benefits, challenges, and the often-overlooked impact of human nature.
Managers, directors, and executives should attend this session to:
- Understand the significance of effective prioritization and explore the common challenges that hinder organizations from prioritizing well.
- Recognize the hidden influence of human nature on prioritization outcomes. Explore the biases that can lead to failures and setbacks.
- Discover practical strategies and approaches to overcome the challenges posed by human nature and enhance prioritization effectiveness. Engage in discussion, share experiences, and learn from experts on how to navigate through difficult situations and improve decision-making.
Speakers for this event
Jenn Tadros is a Principal Consultant in IPM’s Chicago office, where she focuses on projects and expertise in Project Portfolio Management (PPM) and is on the leadership team of IPM’s PPM Center of Excellence. Jenn started her career in aerospace manufacturing, where she guided teams through building and testing satellite components and where launch dates were literally launches. Since joining IPM in 2015, she has applied her strong leadership skills and technical project management knowledge to a variety of industries including pharmaceutical, medical device, healthcare, and food and beverage. Jenn holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Scott Crosson, SSM, PMP
Scott Crosson, SSM, PMP
Scott Crosson is a Director in IPM’s Boston office, where he leads a team of project management consultants helping Life Science companies to achieve their complex and critical initiatives. He has supported the Life Sciences for over 12 years, including leading medical device new product introduction, manufacturing, and operations; and leading pharmaceutical business process improvements and regulatory submissions in the US and EU. Scott’s experience also includes business development, account management, and leading high-performing teams. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering and Management from Clarkson University. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma Black Belt.
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:00 am ... PST, 4pm in UK