Project Management is the discipline to initiate, plan, execute, control, and closeout work of a team in order to achieve a specific goal. Today, many resources are available through books, blogs, templates, and seminars that provide insight into this meticulous, yet necessary practice. Though information wealth is abundant, many of these solutions do not provide direction specific to the food industry, nor food safety initiatives.
Have you ever been asked to prepare for an inspection or certification, implement a new product line, or create a Food Safety Manual? The many needs of a food facility are without limitation, and often we are given a project on top of an already demanding work schedule. Learning ways to effectively manage a project can take weeks or months, which we simply do not have time or resources to devote.
This presentation by expert speaker Valerie Scheidt, MBA, CP-FS, will provide you the 10 essential ingredients for success in food safety project management. Valerie will discuss specific strategies to support your current program architecture and immediately streamline your current projects. By providing a pertinent industry-related scenario, you’ll be provided with the ability to become active participants in creating a winning project management strategy. You’ll be able to INSTANTLY apply this example to benefit the current state of your organization.
This program is valuable for any business professional wanting to learn more about project management in 60 minutes or less, and how to apply tools and techniques to improve collaboration, meet deadlines, and reduce rework.
Who should attend?
Learning and performance expert, speaker, writer, consultant and facilitator, Valerie Scheidt, MBA, CP-FS is the founder of Keystone Quality, LLC, an Arizona-based consulting firm with expertise in food safety, compliance, performance improvement, change management, procedural enhancement, and knowledge transfer. Keystone’s mission is to create more positive and productive workplaces while aligning performance strategy to organizational goals.