Webinar: VIRTUAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT via ARMA NOVA on September 21, 2021 at 12pm EST


Enable People and Organizations to Exceed Their Potential

No cost to register!

What is good project management? How can we best do that virtually or in the new hybrid world? What are lessons learnt and best practices for sustaining virtual project management?

Please join us at 11:30 AM for a facilitated networking session on a related topic prior to the presentation at noon. Get a chance to “meet” your fellow attendees!

  • 11:30 AM – 12 Noon ET – Networking
  • 12 – 12:45 PM ET – Webinar
  • 12:45 – 1 PM ET – Q&A

Webinar facilitated by Korn Ferry

Korn Ferry is a global organizational consulting firm which works with clients to design their organizational structures, roles and responsibilities. The company helps them hire the right people and advise them on how to reward, develop and motivate their workforce. And, it helps professionals navigate and advance their careers.?

Its 8,600 colleagues serve clients in more than 50 countries with five core solutions:
– Organizational Strategy
– Assessment and Succession
– Talent Acquisition
– Leadership Development
– Total Rewards 

All registrants will be required to acknowledge the following statement before registering: In exchange for this free event, I acknowledge that my registration information will be collected by ARMA NOVA, which may use my registration information in outreach and marketing, and that I can be unsubscribed from the mailing list at my request at any time. Further, I acknowledge that I will not record nor reproduce any portion of this webinar.


Shelly Butler-Jones has been a federal sales professional for over 20 years. Shelly has specialized in cybersecurity, staffing and specialized trainings in the federal government.  She holds many cybersecurity and many technical certifications.  Shelly is a strategic thinking who wants to help solve her customer’s problems.

Bruce Falk, PMP, has been affiliated with the Korn Ferry instruction team for over 25 years. Bruce brings a unique ability to connect and explain the intricacies of project management with the real world needs of clients.  With more than forty-five years’ experience at large companies (IBM) and consulting organizations, he brings effective and timely knowledge on subjects including project management, business skills, risk management, leadership and change.  He is a member of the Project Management Institute and is a regular speaker at many PMI chapter meetings around the US. 
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