I'm sitting here today working on my ASTD ICE presentation titled An Organic Approach to an Organizational Project Management Dashboard (I'm also doing a pre-conference ASTD Certificate Program called Project Management for Learning Professionals).
While searching for the exact title I had proposed (!), I ran across this review from ICE 2011 of my session from Jennifer Labin who I don't really know:
"Powerful Learning Experiences in Spite of Frightful Constraints: Lou Russell
Before I walked into the room, I loved Lou Russell. Two of her books (Project Management for Trainers and Leadership Training) are always within reach on my bookshelf. After I left this session, I loved her even more. Here’s why – she did a 90minute session on very dry basic project management and still made it engaging, fun, challenging, and interesting to everyone in that room. Quite a feat!
Another session where I wrote down tons of notes: great exercises for debriefing activities, class maintenance is a process not a project, how a project lifecycle dovetails with the ADDIE model.
Let me put it this way: I am currently writing a book about this exact topic and I still felt like it was a really valuable session for me."
Wow, what a compliment! Thanks Jennifer - hope to see you there this year.