Project Management Guru part of team for First Caribbean Congress on Business Analysis & Business Process Management in Bridgetown & Port Of Spain

Eric Verzuh can be credited for unleashing the project management fury in the Caribbean over ten years ago. After that first visit, a number of project management organizations came to being in addition to an increased interest in advanced training in the discipline.

He has been influencing the practice of project management around the world for well over a decade. Over 250,000 students and practicing project managers have read his books and attended his workshops.

His bestselling book, The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management, is a standard around the world and is used by students, teachers, and working professionals on a daily basis.

May 8th, 2012 Barbados – The Bagnall Point Conference Center

Eric Verzuh | Founder and President of The Versatile Company; The Congress will also examine a more holistic approach to management through the use of Business process management (BPM) which promotes business effectiveness and efficiency. BPM is about the strategic use of technological integration in an effort to achieve and improve processes continuously.

Eric is the founder and President of The Versatile Company, a consulting and training firm that has focused on improving project results since 1990.

Versatile works with project leaders and executives across every industry including aerospace, public schools, non-profit healthcare, information technology, and many more.

As a Microsoft Partner, Versatile deploys Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management solution. Verzuh is part of the team making the First Caribbean Congress on Business Analysis & Business Process Management an utter success! Decide now: May 8th 2012, Barbados – The Bagnall Point Conference Center or May 9th 2012, Trinidad – Hilton Trinidad Hotel & Conference Center

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