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Project Management for Treasury & Finance Professionals
November 1-2, 2017
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Business Management & Organization
Finance professionals are asked to step out of their role as a firm's manager of cash and capital to serve as project managers. This session demystifies the discipline of project management. Attendees learn to manage a project from beginning to end – establish project goals, obtain buy-in from internal business partners, establish a project roadmap, ensure project progress, anticipate project “turbulence,” and bring a project to successful completion.
- Achieve an understanding of the project management framework as developed by the Project Management Institute
- Learn how to utilize the project management framework and apply its techniques to projects, large and small,
- Achieve a comfort with and an understanding of the dynamics of project management in order to achieve successful outcomes
SpeakerSteve C. Phillips, CTP, FP&A
Assistant Treasurer, AZZ Inc
As Assistant Treasurer for AZZ Inc, Steve Phillips structures debt, executes foreign exchange hedging, implements the corporate insurance/risk management program, and oversees all banking relationships and cash management. He has over 27 years experience in Finance, Risk Management and Accounting and is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP), a Certified Financial Planning and Analysis Professional (FP&A) and a Project Management Professional (PMP). Mr. Phillips graduated with an undergraduate degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan, and received his MBA in finance from Texas Christian University. He has presented at the AFP national conference as well as given webinars, and has been published in the magazine AFP Exchange.