Michael O’Brochta, PMP: Top 10 Factors of Great Project Managers

Session Information

Title: Top 10 Factors of Great Project Managers
Presenter: Michael O’Brochta, PMP
Duration: 1 hour
Credit: 1 PDU

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Learning Outcomes

Find out how to become a great project manager. Learn about the recent studies and research about what top project managers know and do, about why their projects succeed or fail, and about their project manager competencies. Hear about one of the greatest sea-going projects of all time and understand the project leadership lessons applicable to today’s environment. This is a “how-to” presentation. Discover the top ten factors associated with great project managers.

Speaker Biography: Michael O’Brochta, PMP

Mr. O’Brochta has been a project manager for over thirty years. He is an experienced line manager, author, lecturer, trainer, and consultant. He holds a master’s degree in project management, a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, and is certified as a PMP®. As Zozer Inc. President, he is helping organizations raise their level of project management performance. As senior project manager in the CIA, he lead the maturing of the project management practices agency-wide. Since his recent climb of another of the world’s seven summits, he has been exploring the relationship between project management and mountain climbing. Mr. O’Brochta’s papers and presentations at PMI national, international, and regional conferences have consistently been popular and well received; his last three PMI Global Congress presentations have drawn the largest audiences at those events.