Presenter: Rosanna Dill, PMP
Title: What I learned about Project Management from Working in Motion Pictures
Date & Time: 2016 September 15, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Location: Courtyard Marriott Santa Fe
Members: Online Registration $30 Members; Door Registration: $40
Non Members: Online Registration $35; Door Registration: $40
Registration includes dinner!
Making a movie or a television show can provide lessons to other project contexts. Motion pictures are highly skewed for speed, so workflows and processed have evolved to suit it. Some of this could be usefully applied in other contexts. Motion picture projects also have the advantage of a very clear mission statement and goal. The presentation will share my observations of movie making from a project management perspective with insights for communications, change management, execution, and team management applicable to other project types.
Rosanna Dill has been an IT project manager for about 5 years, receiving her PMP in 2013. She worked for HP and Applied Biosystems as a PM. Before being a project manager for health care clients she did high end server hardware support, as well as software support, installation and training as part of a professional services consulting team for a LIMS system. Rosanna also worked in architecture and has a BA in Architecture from Rice University. She most recently switched gears and is doing costuming for motion pictures. She has worked on Better Call Saul, The Scorch Trials, Gunslingers Season 2, Manhattan, and Longmire