Project Management Boot Camp for Entertainment Managers, Part Four: Closing a Project


LDI’s Project Management Boot Camp presents several proven templates that will improve your ability to track and manage any size project. Taught by Rohan Garricks, a trained project manager, practicing educator, and a 20-plus year entertainment management practitioner, the LDI2018 course demonstrates the use of several tools and techniques to assist you with managing your projects in a more systematic way, resulting in increased success. The principles taught are immediately applicable and will result in an increased level of control over all aspects of your projects. It will also show how to assess your progress and alter your approach to keep projects on budget and on time at the prescribed level of quality.

In session four, Closing a Project, learn how to finish a project versus stopping when the “shiny” portions are done, as well as how to translate working files into useful reference information for improving future projects.

Check out Part OnePart Two, and Part Three here, and watch Part Four below. Stay tuned for the final session: Putting It All Together.

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