Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 10, 2010
During the worse economic downturn since the great depression, overwhelmed project managers in small companies to gargantuan corporations around the world are being asked to do even more with less. Employees are being laid off, teams are divided, departments eliminated, company sites closed; everyone is feeling the squeeze. Those functional managers and project managers left behind struggle to pick up the pieces amidst low morale and shattered budgets and many are finding required management projects almost impossible to juggle, let alone complete.
Enter Project Manager Expert and Executive Consultant, Mark Reed, President of Mark Reed Project Management, Inc. Reed’s ". . . by the Numbers" program, http://www.bythenumbers.com is known as a lifesaver for struggling project managers and their frustrated CEOS. His innovative techniques and fast-pasted, value-rich seminars have guided his clients through the difficult stages of objective definition and project planning to achieve timely and cost-effective programs and satisfied customers worldwide, especially in these difficult times.
Reed offers Project Managers a fresh perspective with his unique "Project Management . . . by the Numbers" methodology from MRI’s ProSess International training division and already companies in 110 countries are implementing the process. Reed’s dynamic style, humor and extensive 20+ years experience provides PMs with a strong practical approach for delivering over-the-top results.
MRI also offers an exciting variation as a follow-up to Reed’s popular “Project Management . . . by the Numbers” program. Called, “Behaviors…by the Numbers,” it focuses on how to understand and communicate with anyone based on their natural behavioral profile.
Consultant /Trainer Mark Reed travels anywhere in the world and is also available for private consulting on site or over the phone.
Reed has successfully planned and executed multi-million dollar projects and his knowledge in the information technology and telecommunications industry and skills in business analysis, organizational capabilities, finance, resource management, customer interface and negotiations have been essential factors for the prolific demand for his ProSess International training seminars. Clients include Blue Cross, Shell Oil, Grant Thornton, Harrah’s Entertainment and Dupont Pharmaceuticals. On the faculty of the American Management Association, Reed is consistently rated one of the top instructors.
ProSess International’s customized seminars enables Project Managers to do what they need to do despite the challenges, enabling their companies to meet project time, budget and objective goals in a competitive, changing global environment. For a free newsletter packed with Project Management tips or more information, visit MRI’s new site at http://www.bythenumbers.com or contact their headquarters at 206-251-9910.