Topic: Defining Project Success
Speaker: Dwayne K. Melton
6:00– 6:45 pm – Networking and Food
6:45-7:00pm – Introductions and Chapter Business
7:00-8:00pm – Presentation – Dwayne K. Melton
Project Management has traditionally defined project success as a completed project that meets the scope requirements within the boundaries of budget and time allotment. However, there are definite instances of perceived project success in projects that violate those constraints. Research indicates the level of stakeholder satisfaction may override the conventional success factors. The specific problem of interest is that the impact of stakeholder management on long-term project success is not currently well understood. In response to this problem statement, a qualitative case study was conducted to assess the perspectives of project managers on the impact of stakeholder management in the context of long-term project success. This conversational presentation will provide data from the research conducted, address the assessment of project success, and encourage further research for measuring project success.
Dwayne has served in the field of higher education for almost 12 years in various capacities ranging from Advising to Academic Operations, and currently as an Associate Dean for the College of Applied Studies and Academic Success. Prior to his time in higher education, he served 4-years in the Air Force, worked in parks and recreation, and has experience with non-profit organizations focused on leadership for the next generation and community outreach.
He and his wife Becky have been married for 16 years. They have three kids, Norah (12), Tessa (8), and Isaac (4).
Education and Degrees:
Jerry Falwell Library, the Terrace Conference Room at the bottom of the steps
Come down University Blvd and park in front of DeMoss or in the Furnace Lot. See Below:
|Event End Date||11-14-2017|
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