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Jennifer Whitt

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Jennifer Whitt is a speaker, trainer, Certified Performance Coach, author, and company president of Optimo, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in team and leadership enhancement as well as project management.

She is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and is the Editor in Chief of The Optimo Exchange Newsletter. Most recently, Jennifer launched PDUs2Go for Project Managers on the Go. From experience, she knows how difficult it can be to make time for classroom or online learning so she has developed a new way for Project Managers to Earn n' Learn while on the go.

For almost twenty years, Jennifer has tackled the challenges that come with managing individuals, teams, and multimillion-dollar projects. Drawing from her extensive experience and working with a highly qualified team of experts, Jennifer refined the techniques into proven and practical life skill principles, which can be applied to virtually any situation in life. She teaches these principles with keynotes, seminars, workshops, and roundtable discussions. At PDUs2Go, she's now making these teachings available as portable courses.

Jennifer is a member of the National Association of Female Executives, Women in Technology International, and Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. Jennifer works with NAAR, the National Alliance for Autism Research, to help coordinate the signature fundraising event for the Atlanta metropolitan area. She also volunteers her time to handle event coordination for Visionary Films and the Georgia Big Picture Conference.

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The project charter is very important in the beginning because it is the formal authorization for a project. Not a whole lot of the planning and analysis has been done yet, so all that's known at the

Business > Management l 2 years ago

It's that time again: we are off to the races on projects. Many companies are trying to implement things and roll out new products as quickly as they can to expand their businesses and gain new

Business > Management l 2 years ago

There are times, of course, when I as project manager forget about my team, and I have to be reminded how important it is to keep them and myself motivated and engaged. I'd like to share four tips

Business > Management l 2 years ago

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